Anthony F. Lucas In The News

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CDC Gaming Reports
November 13, 2019
Artificial intelligence has weighed in on the ongoing debate over whether regular slot players can tell the difference in house edge from one game to another.
Rockford Register Star
October 21, 2019
Bad news for lovers of Texas Hold ’em, seven-card stud and Omaha Hi-Lo: Hard Rock Casino Rockford is not planning to offer live poker.
Herald & Review
October 21, 2019
Bad news for lovers of Texas Hold 'em, seven-card stud and Omaha Hi-Lo: Hard Rock Casino Rockford is not planning to offer live poker.
Ars Technica
October 3, 2019
It's a well-worn mantra that when it comes to casinos, the house always wins, at least in the long term. That's because casinos maintain a small house "edge"—not enough to scare gamblers away, but sufficient to ensure that the house ultimately comes out ahead. Some gamblers think they can get around this by jumping from slot machine to slot machine, for instance, in hopes of hitting one at just the right time to win a big payout.
CDC Gaming Reports Inc.
July 30, 2019
A series of studies led by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas said regular slot players can’t tell the difference between the house edge from one game to another.
July 29, 2019
A series of studies led by UNLV researchers says regular slot players can’t tell the difference between the house edge from one game to another.
World Casino News
July 17, 2019
The long-held myth that casino patrons are somehow able to detect slot machine payout percentages has reportedly been shattered by a pair of researchers following the completion of a nine-month study involving two pairs of machines in Australia.
February 1, 2019
Gambling comes with a lot of superstition. Maybe you have to wear your lucky socks or bring your lucky friend or bet your lucky numbers.