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Entertainment Gambling

  • Donald Trump

    Donald Trump has a message for the two Atlantic City casinos that bear his name, five years after he gave up running them: You're fired.

  • Betting big on horses

    Yearlings are one-year-old horses bred from champions but not yet trained, and they are sold at Fasig-Tipton's Saratoga Sale. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports owners say the key to investing in thoroughbreds is scale.

  • Moody's: Atlantic City a risky bet

    CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports what led to Atlantic City's downgrade by Moody's.

  • Singapore updates anti-gambling ad after German success

    Singapore has put a new spin on its anti-gambling advertisement, which was mocked globally following Germany's World Cup success. CNBC's Martin Soong and Sri Jegarajah discuss.

  • Greenlight Capital President David Einhorn sits at a poker table in Atlantic City, N.J.

    Billionaire hedge fund manager David Einhorn is still alive after three days (and nearly 30 hours of play) in the World Series of Poker Main Event.

  • High-end, high-stakes poker ring

    CNBC's Andrea Day speaks with Molly Bloom, the host of a busted, high-stakes poker ring involving celebrity A-listers.

  • High-stakes Hollywood poker

    Molly Bloom, author of "Molly's Game," shares her story of running poker games for Wall Street hot shots and Hollywood's elite, including Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.

  • Belgium's Jan Vertonghen (5) shoots during the 2014 FIFA World Cup group H soccer match between South Korea and Belgium in Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 26, 2014.

    How are those World Cup bets faring? Let's just say your chances were better with this former Wall Street whiz than Goldman Sachs.

  • Uruguay forward Luis Suarez (R) puts his hand to his mouth after clashing with Italy's defender Giorgio Chiellini.

    A Norway gambling website posted a silly prop bet before the World Cup, and 167 people have cashed in.

  • Should online poker be legal in US?

    Rep. Jason Chaffetz, (R-Utah), does not think online gaming is right for the U.S., while Tom Russell, C4Cop.com executive director, pushes back.

  • Atlantic City's Revel Casino Hotel filed for bankruptcy and warned its staff that it will shut down soon without a buyer.

  • Amaya buys PokerStars for $4.9 billion

    Amaya Gaming is talking to New Jersey gaming regulators about licensing Poker Stars in the state. Darren Heitner, Wolfe Law partner, discusses the potential for PokerStars becoming the online poker leader.

  • Sportsbet: We're behind the Socceroos

    Christian Jantzen, Spokesperson of Sportsbet, explains the betting house's decision to fly a hot air balloon replica of Brazil's iconic Christ statue over Melbourne.

  • A Qatari official stands near the FIFA World Cup trophy following its arrival in Doha.

    Here’s why I’m betting that Qatar will be stripped of the 2022 World Cup, says former assistant US attorney Mitchell Epner.

  • Edinson Cavani (L) of Uruguay vies for the ball with Hugo Campagnaro of Argentina during a match between Uruguay and Argentina as part of the 18th round of the South American Qualifiers for the FIFA's World Cup Brazil 2014.

    Wall Street guys will bet on ANYTHING. Ex-trader Raj Mahal offers this guide to betting on the World Cup Wall Street-style.

  • International Game Technology decided to seek a buyer after company stock plummeted.

  • California Chrome's worth less than you think

    CNBC's Robert Frank says horse California Chrome was bred for $10,000, but what matters more for the value of horses is its blood line, and his isn't great.

  • Triple Crown stock bets

    What stocks investors should bet on ahead of this weekend's Triple Crown horse race, with Ted Parrish, Henssler Finance, and Sandy Villere, Villere & Co.

  • Belmont boss says racing needs millennials

    More than 100,000 visitors are expected at this weekend's Triple Crown horse race. CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at this weekend's race, as well as the state of the racing industry.

  • Betting on Chrome

    CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports the odds are overwhelmingly in California Chrome's favor at this year's Triple Crown.