Skulldugery Challenge

Following on from the successful Big Kahuna Challenge last week and the Thunderstruck Challenge the week before that, in the penultimate of these 4 challenges, is giving all slot machine fans the chance to win £1000 in 7 days on the swashbuckling Skullduggery between 24th and 30th May 2004.

To take part users must simply open an account, play Skullduggery for real and compete for the best score on the Skullduggery Gangplank (leader board) which will be updated regularly. Also as per usual any new customers can receive up to £125 when they open an account at the Red32 Casino.

At Midnight (GMT) on 30th May the slot machine player with the best payout to bets placed ratio is crowned Skullduggery Captain and will receive £1,000 into their casino account.

Three land-based casinos collect $61m from gamblers in April

Three Southeastern Indiana casinos cashed in on a busy April by pocketing nearly $61 million from gamblers, reported The Inquirer.

The gross pretax revenue from slot machines and card tables grew by 8.4 percent year-on-year.

Grand Victoria Casino & Resort in Rising Sun collected $12.4 million in April gaming win – a 9.7 percent increase over April 2003. Grand Victoria’s percentage gain was the largest among the three casinos closest to Cincinnati.

Greater Cincinnati’s top grossing casino, Argosy Casino & Hotel in Lawrenceburg, took $37.1 million from gamblers, up 8.3 percent from a year ago. Belterra Casino Resort near Florence, Ind., brought in $11.4 million, a 7.4 percent gain.

Belterra is aggressively adding new amenities as it attempts to cast a wider net for gamblers from other Midwest cities. So far this year, the hotel/casino owned by Las Vegas Pinnacle Entertainment has opened a 300-room hotel tower and 33,000 square feet of meeting space. Cincinnati restaurateur Jeff Ruby will open a restaurant at the casino next week. Plans call for a Starbucks coffee shop to open this summer, too.