Delta Corp takes Daman gov’t to court over casino license delay

Operator kasino Poker88 terbesar di India, Delta Corp, akhirnya mulai serius meluncurkan operasi permainan di resornya di wilayah persatuan Daman dan Diu.

Pada hari Kamis, Delta Hospitality Private Limited memberi tahu para investor bahwa mereka telah mengajukan petisi tertulis di hadapan Pengadilan Tinggi Bombay terhadap berbagai cabang pemerintahan Daman dan Diu, termasuk Direktur Pariwisata, dengan harapan bahwa pemerintah akan mengeluarkan Delta lisensi untuk instal dan operasikan “permainan mesin hiburan / slot elektronik” di resor terpadu The Deltin.

Delta saat ini mengoperasikan empat kasino – tiga mengambang, satu berbasis darat – di negara bagian Goa, serta Casino Deltin Denzong di Sikkim, bersama dengan bisnis ‘permainan keterampilan’ baru yang ditambahkan secara online yang mencakup situs poker Adda52.

Delta membuka Hotel Deltin di Daman – bagian terkecil dari divisi federal India, yang terletak di pantai barat negara itu, sebuah cara di utara Goa – pada tahun 2014, tetapi lantai kasino resor telah kosong selama ini, karena pemerintah setempat menyeretnya. kakinya pada penerbitan properti lisensi game.

Selain Goa dan Sikkim, Daman adalah satu-satunya wilayah di India yang telah menyetujui undang-undang kasino,

tetapi tidak seperti dua lainnya, Daman belum benar-benar mengotorisasi operator mana pun untuk memulai aktivitas permainan. Pada April 2017, saham Delta jatuh karena laporan bahwa Daman dan Diu sedang mempertimbangkan ‘merger’ dengan negara tetangga Gujarat, yang tidak hanya melarang perjudian tetapi juga penjualan alkohol.

Delta awalnya membayangkan properti Daman yang menghosting hingga 1.200 ‘posisi game’ alias kursi yang menghadap ke beberapa jenis permainan, elektronik atau sebaliknya.

Delta, yang baru-baru ini merayakan ulang tahunnya yang ke-10, adalah satu-satunya operator game terdaftar di India. Pada bulan Oktober, perusahaan melaporkan pendapatan yang kuat dan keuntungan keuntungan dalam Q2 fiskal, sebagian karena pangsa pasar kasino bayaran Goa dari pesaing yang lebih kecil.

Nancy Matson picks up her first WSOPC gold ring at The Bike

Video editor by day, poker aficionado by night. That sums up Nancy Matson’s life in a nutshell. Her poker skills have paid off, as she took down the WSOPC $1,125 NLHE event at The Bike this Nancy Matson picks up her first WSOPC gold ring at The Bikepast weekend to take home $42,940 and her first WSOPC gold ring. She now has earned over $129,000 in live poker action, according to Hendon Mob Raja Poker.

Matson only wanted to earn enough points to be in the top 100 of the poker women on the Global Poker Index, but was able to achieve something better. The LA resident emerged victorious from a field of 159 players to take down the event and add a little high-priced bling to her jewelry box.

The event lasted two days and the field helped create a prize pool of $159,000.

The top 18 finalists all took home a little cash, with $2,130 being the least amount. 141 players were all given their walking papers on Day 1, leaving the final 18 to duke it out on Day 2. Of those, Matson was neither at the top or the bottom of the stack, but was able to hold her own to make it all the way through to the final table.

She described herself as the “dark horse” of the tournament – a relative unknown surrounded by a bunch of tournament regulars. This probably gave her an edge, as her anonymity meant that players weren’t used to her style and couldn’t get a proper read on her moves.

With the final table in place, Matson was somewhere in the middle of the pack in chips.

As she bided her time and survived as others fell, she continued to grow her stack, waiting to pounce. She would finally face Todd Rebello, a WSOPC ring winner who earned his bling when he took down the $300 NLHE tournament at Caesars Atlantic City in 2008, to decide the tournament winner.

Rebello, who has over $720,000 in live-action earnings, was on a quest to pick up another WSOPC gold ring. Although he almost made it, he would have to settle for $26,530 for finishing in second place.