Trump Casino’s $25,000 Plastic Surgery Promo Can’t Help Gamblers Save Face
COMMENTARY | The Donald’s Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City is offering to feed two popular addictions at once with an October promotion. A player’s card contest will award a dubiously lucky winner $25,000 worth of cosmetic surgery. Plenty of physicians and psychologists are getting their noses out of joint over this one, and I have to agree.
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Casino gambling facts:
- Keno, the casino version of lotto, originated in China nearly 2000 years ago when Cheung Heung devised a lottery as a way of raising funds for his province's army.
- The MGM Grand, situated on the a Las Vegas strip has come up with a brand new slogan to promote the casino, "Think of all the New Year's resolutions you'll break." Some say it might even rival the famous Las Vegas catchphrase, "What happens here, stays here."
- The major differences between regular poker and video poker is that you are playing against a machine rather than real people, and your goal is to achieve particular hands rather than beat opponents hands.
- Indian tribes have used their position as sovereign entities to develop a number of gaming establishments. Indian casinos operate in 22 states. This number is expected to grow.