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Discussion in 'The Archives' started by mary, May 20, 2001.

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  1. mary

    mary Dormant account

    Global Gaming Expo Oct 1-3 Las Vegas
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    A.C. Coin & Slot Service Co 4601
    Able Card Corporation 1109
    Acres Gaming 1535
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    Advertising Edge 1616
    Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd. 1125
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    Anchor Games 2307,2407,2507,2607
    Arborite, Inc. 1463
    Ardent Gaming Inc 5058
    Aristocrat Technologies 4201
    Arthur Andersen LLP 1044
    Asahi Seiko USA Inc 4941
    ASIS 1503
    Asociacion Latinamericana de Juegos de Azar(ALAJA) 1455
    Astro Systems Inc 6307, 6407
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    Avva Corporation 4949
    B & D Signs 4656
    Bally Gaming &Systems 4419
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    Beat The House 1545
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    Belgium Gaming Technology 5056
    BestCo 1334
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    BMM North America 1348
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    Brown Manufacturing 6400
    Cadillac Jack, Inc 1035
    Capco Enterprises Inc. 1637
    Cart America, Inc. 5055
    Carta Mundi .Inc 1114
    Cashcode Company Inc 1025
    Casino Careers Online 1060
    Casino International 1144
    Casino Promote 1315
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    Casino World 1345
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    Directions In Design 1042
    DP Stud Inc 5429
    ECR 1063
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    EnterPrise Magazine 1459
    Experian 1416
    FastFunds 1163
    FortuNet, Inc. 4457
    Fun Industries 6301
    Gage Corporation International 1409
    Gamblers General Store 1145
    Game Craft Inc 1162
    Game Tech International, Inc. 1401
    GameCash 5241
    Games Magazine 1448
    Gaming Industry Observer 1253
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    Gaming Systems International 4429
    Gaming Today 1248
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    Gemaco Playing Card Co 4251
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    Gold County Realty 1548
    Golden State Gaming 1609
    Greyhound Lines, Inc. 1017
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    Hemisphere West 1414
    HH Robertson Floor Systems 1012
    Idea Center Signs 4956
    Illinois Lock Company 1215
    Imperial Bank 5411
    Indian Gaming 1456
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    Infinite Peripherals 1164
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    Innovative Casino Products, LLC 1157
    Interactive solutions Corp 1225
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    JCM American Corp 2007
    John Huxley LTD 5043
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    Kaba High Security Locks Corp 5160
    Kem Plastic Playing Cards Inc 5403
    Key Devices 1053
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    Kristel 1262
    Lakeland Company Inc 1644
    Lamplight Farms, Inc. 20905
    Las Vegas Gaming, Inc. 1216
    Lock America,Inc. 4361
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    Loom Craft 1508
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    Mats Of Colorado 1209
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    Microtouch Systems, Inc. 5417
    Mike Moloney Entertainment LLC 1113
    Mikohn Corporation 4619
    Millennium Displays 5401
    Millennium Gaming Inc. 4755
    Mobile Gaming Solutions 4259
    Money Controls 1263
    Morse Watchmans, Inc. 4257
    MultiMedia Games Inc 4019
    Nanoptix 1011
    Nation Wide Record Search Inc 6201
    Native American Casino 1446
    Neotec Graphic 1618
    New Vision Gaming 5355
    New Wave Automation 1101
    NoPeek 21 6500
    North American Hygiene, Inc. 1413
    North American Training Institute 4357
    Omniprint 1357
    Outcalt & Associates 1349
    P.T.C. Industries Inc 1201
    PAL 1519
    Paltronics 4239
    Par Chaevalier Trading Co 5319
    Paul Steelman Design Group 4539
    Paul-Son Gaming Supplies Inc 4027
    PDS Gaming 1363
    Peripheral Resources, Inc. 1211
    PHI Enterprises, Inc. 1738
    Pinnacle Furnishing Inc 4007
    PitTrak Player Tracking 1108
    Pompeii Furniture Co. 5233
    Powell Cabinet&fixture Co 4060
    PricewaterhouseCoopers 4003
    Prime Table Games LLC 5235
    Pro Shuffle/Summit International 4057
    Progressive Specialty Glass Company, Inc. 1061
    R. Franco 4401
    Raving Consulting Company 1309
    Reldom Corp 4647
    Roger Williams Mint 1057
    SAGSE 1743
    SCA Promotions 1049
    Scan Coin Inc. USA 1152
    Sega Gaming technology 4047
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    Service Central 4556
    Shift4 Corporation 5156
    Shuffle Master Gaming 5001
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  2. mary

    mary Dormant account

    October 17- 19 Las Vegas
    Sands Expo Center

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  3. mary

    mary Dormant account

    Dueling trade shows is right. World Gaming Congress to get a show floor pass used to cost $$$.
  4. dave_r

    dave_r Dormant account

    This annual report is a MUST READ for all
    gamblers, investors, and casino owners:

    You must register/login in order to see the link.

    You'll see full color photos of the senior management team, the board of directors, even the manager of the Webdollar dept. (Patrick) that Mike interviewed at Casinogazette.com. There's photos of the cust service supervisor in Sweden along with one of the programmers. They list names, addresses, and phone #'s of all offices.

    I was extremely impressed to say the least. This annual report was released in March 2001, and gives away secrets of the industry which only people like Brian C are aware of. Better yet, it spells out, on a silver platter, the underlying formula for being a successful casino software developer. Right in thier mission statement it states thier main goal is to get players paid quickly.

    It explains Boss' ownership of Gold Club Casino, lists out its total profits, and goes into great detail on the Casino.com portal. There are several chapters that explain about thier service/support team, internet security, and employment.

    You must have Adbobe Acrobat of similar program to view this report as it is in PDF format. Also, you need to expand page size to 100% or even 150% and move the frame in center of screen to the very left of screen.
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  5. mary

    mary Dormant account

    I agree Dave, there is much of value in this Annual Report. I'm looking forward to the Boss implementation of Sun International's Internet casino.
  6. dave_r

    dave_r Dormant account

    Mary, what a difference between the Annual Report of Cryptologic and Bossmedia. Bossmedia goes into depth about its operations, while Crypto barely brushed the surface. Also, Claude Levy is right about Cryptologic. They've always owned Intercasino, but have always refused to to admit it. First they claimed it was licensed to WWTS, and then to CCHM. Why can't they just come out an admit the truth. Sheeeeeesh. Anyway, I still like Crypto's new software a lot.

    I am considering investing in Bossmedia.
    Its been something I've been thinking about a while, and if I do this, I wonder if they'll still allow me to gamble at thier casinos?
    Its an obvious conflict of interest, but will they they lock out my casino accts just because I had shares of stock in the company?
  7. mary

    mary Dormant account

    That's exactly what is keeping me from buying any CRYP--I don't think any Nevada operator will go with them becuase of WWTS. But, what do I know, Station Casinos is partnering with Online Gaming Systems for Gamecast Live.

    I don't know what's with the Nevada operators going with crapola software providers.

    I don't see any reason why you can't play in a casino and be a shareholder too. They should be happy you're that confident of the gamble!
  8. mary

    mary Dormant account

    This is the kind of quotation that really makes me wonder about these people:

    "A newly formed subsidiary of Station Casinos will offer a computerized, in-room gambling system that it will market to competing casino companies and could pave the way for the company's entry into online gambling.

    The company has formed a separate firm to market the technology through its GameCast Live LLC, which will target cruise ships and tribal casinos.

    "A hotel guest will be able to sit in his room or out by the pool and play a real game, not a virtual game like those offered on Internet casino sites," Station Casinos Chief Financial Officer Glenn Christenson said Wednesday. "

    How is the RNG in a standalone slot machine more real than the RNG in an internet server? It can't be getting reality vibrations from Las Vegas. Or maybe all the slot machines in Las Vegas suck reality particles from their surroundings so they become more real than average, and the rest of Vegas becomes less real. That must be it!
  9. mary

    mary Dormant account

    I think Fred Faust's article on rgtonline.com makes it pretty clear that Nevada isn't interested in cutting any slack for the current operators and suppliers:

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    and notice the emphasis in this press releasea bout approaching software generators who are *not* already in the industry:

    Friday June 15, 8:23 pm Eastern Time
    Press Release
    SOURCE: Interactive Gaming Institute of Nevada
    Regulated Casino Industry Meets Interactive Gaming; Historic Expo and Conference Scheduled for September 26-28, 2001
    LAS VEGAS, June 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Following Nevada Governor Guinn's signing of a bill legalizing Internet gaming, the Interactive Gaming Institute of Nevada (IGI) announced today that, for the first time, traditionally licensed gaming will embrace Internet gaming at the ``Interactive Gaming Exposition and Conference'' scheduled for September 26-28 at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas.

    Keynote speakers already committed to appear at the September conference include Brian Sandoval, Chairman, Nevada Gaming Commission; Christie Hefner, Chairman and CEO, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., which operates PlayboySportsBook.com; and Phillip Muhl, Senior Vice President/Business and Legal Affairs for Disney, who will discuss their new venture, skillgames.com.

    Las Vegas Attorney Anthony Cabot, an internationally recognized authority on the legal and regulatory issues involving Internet gaming, will be chairman of the conference. Cabot heads the gaming law practice of the Nevada law firm, Lionel Sawyer & Collins, which has the largest such practice in the nation.

    Founded in March 2001, IGI was officially launched last week after the passage of a bill by the Nevada Legislature that included provisions allowing the Nevada Gaming Commission to develop a process for the approval of interactive gaming applications.

    ``We formed IGI to serve as a bridge between the gaming licensees in Nevada who will be eligible to apply for an interactive gaming license, and the technology companies who have the capability to make the licensee's plans a reality,'' said Richard Fitzpatrick, CEO of IGI.

    ``This historic conference is the first step in bringing together these two unique, diverse groups so they can pursue the most significant new gaming opportunity in decades,'' Fitzpatrick said.

    The Interactive Gaming Exposition and Conference will include presentations by key decision makers, panel discussions that explore a variety of perspectives on technology and regulatory issues, and a series of in-depth workshops that look at some of these complex topics.

    At the conference, Marc Falcone of Bear Stearns & Co. Inc., will oversee an investor showcase where presidents, CEOs and CFOs will have the opportunity to explain how the implementation of interactive gaming may affect their publicly-held companies. These corporate presentations will provide attendees, investment analysts and journalists with important, up-to-the-minute information on a wide range of gaming and technology companies, which may be directly affected by Nevada's new law.

    Fitzpatrick sees the Expo portion of the Interactive Gaming Exposition and Conference as being particularly valuable. ``We are actively recruiting high-technology companies who have never considered utilizing their expertise for gaming purposes. A lot of work is already underway by various tech companies to address issues like authentication, server security and location. These firms will have an opportunity to demonstrate the viability of applying their innovations to interactive gaming. This will also offer gaming license holders and the public policy makers who attend our event an opportunity to see, touch and question various technological options,'' he explained.

    On Wednesday, September 26, the Nevada Gaming Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting in Las Vegas. That evening, the Interactive Gaming Exposition and Conference will open, allowing companies to demonstrate their technology. The Expo, Educational Conference and Bear Stearns Corporate Presentations will take place all day on Thursday and until Noon on Friday, September 28.

    IGI was founded by the Internet Business Alliance of Nevada (IBAN), a non-profit, statewide alliance of information technology, networking, communications, and e-commerce businesses and their employees, suppliers and investors. The creation of IGI was announced at a legislative hearing in Carson City, on March 30, 2001.

    More information on IGI and the September Expo and Conference are available at www.IGINevada.com; by e-mailing This email is not visible to you. or by calling (702) 317-0761.

    2001 Interactive Gaming Exposition and Conference is being presented in partnership with Gaming Education Conferences (1300 Nicollet Mall, Suite 3003, Minneapolis, MN, 55403; e-mail: This email is not visible to you., phone: (612) 337-0003).

    For further information please contact Richard Fitzpatrick of Interactive Gaming Institute of Nevada, This email is not visible to you., 702-317-0761; or Pete Codella of Ballard Communications, This email is not visible to you., 702-836-3000, for Interactive Gaming Institute of Nevada.

    SOURCE: Interactive Gaming Institute of Nevada
  10. mary

    mary Dormant account

    From the www.iginevada.com site:

    "A Consumer Confidence Campaign will be ready for deployment once the Nevada Gaming Control Board is prepared to issue licenses for interactive gaming. This multi-media and public relations promotion will develop public recognition via a Seal of Approval emphasizing the importance of only doing business with gaming sites and companies that meet IGI standards and have the State of Nevada's licensure. The campaign that is now being developed will assist Nevada's licensed interactive gaming community to increase international consumer confidence and establish a substantial, needed level of credibility."
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