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Thread: WYNN's Mobile Wagering goes live 2/29

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    WYNN has announced that on 2/29 you can download there mobile wagering ap. It's a free download in the Apple Store. Google Play for Android.
    I can be eating in a restaurant lounging by the pools or in my room.

    This means I can enjoy March Madness away from the drunken kids.

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    Caesars has this, I think?? Any other casinos? The Nevada Gaming Commission approved this about two years ago. But I thought wagering from your hotel room was NOT permitted and only wagering in PUBLIC areas was permitted?
    It's all about quitting when ahead.

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    Caesars does not have it. Cosmo does for years with Cantor Gaming.
    The law states as long as you're in the State of Nevada you can wager anywhere, even in the toilet



    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    Caesars has this, I think?? Any other casinos? The Nevada Gaming Commission approved this about two years ago. But I thought wagering from your hotel room was NOT permitted and only wagering in PUBLIC areas was permitted?

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    Just checked again with Caesars they have no ap for mobile wagering at this time

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    Originally Posted by LoneStarHorse View Post
    Just checked again with Caesars they have no ap for mobile wagering at this time
    You're right. Just the online poker from anywhere in Nevada.
    It's all about quitting when ahead.

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    Originally Posted by LoneStarHorse View Post
    The law states as long as you're in the State of Nevada you can wager anywhere, even in the toilet
    Lonestar ever since you posted above that remote, mobile gaming was allowed in hotel rooms I've been searching the Internet to find some reference to indicate this is true. But I can't. I only remember reports that said remote gaming was allowed only in public areas and it was not allowed in private areas such as hotel rooms because there would be no way to prevent minors from using the devices.

    For example I found this article: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/11991715/n.../#.VsrMaPkrLIU

    The key line from this article from NBC News is this:

    "Rules allow a range of games, including bingo, poker, blackjack and horse race betting. Use in hotel rooms and other places that cannot be supervised is prohibited."

    I have also searched the regulations of the Nevada Gaming Commission and I just can't find a reference that says use of the mobile devices is permitted in hotel rooms.

    Could you please cite your source for this?
    It's all about quitting when ahead.

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    You really are annoying... For someone who was a journalist don't you know how to research ?


    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    Lonestar ever since you posted above that remote, mobile gaming was allowed in hotel rooms I've been searching the Internet to find some reference to indicate this is true. But I can't. I only remember reports that said remote gaming was allowed only in public areas and it was not allowed in private areas such as hotel rooms because there would be no way to prevent minors from using the devices.

    For example I found this article: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/11991715/n.../#.VsrMaPkrLIU

    The key line from this article from NBC News is this:

    "Rules allow a range of games, including bingo, poker, blackjack and horse race betting. Use in hotel rooms and other places that cannot be supervised is prohibited."

    I have also searched the regulations of the Nevada Gaming Commission and I just can't find a reference that says use of the mobile devices is permitted in hotel rooms.

    Could you please cite your source for this?

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    Here is the word for word quote:

    “This is an exciting development we’ve been working on for quite some time and are pleased to now be able to offer this amenity to our guests,” said Johnny Avello, director of race and sports operations at Wynn Las Vegas. “Whether dining in our restaurants, lounging by the pools or in your guest room, the Wynn Mobile Sports allows guest to enjoy the first-rate, luxury experience of our Race & Sportsbook in the palm of their hand.”

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    Was that quote from an email or website? There's no need to be offensive and call me annoying. I just needed to ask.
    It's all about quitting when ahead.

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    I get daily emails from the WYNN


    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    Was that quote from an email or website? There's no need to be offensive and call me annoying. I just needed to ask.

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    Lonestar using your quote I was able to search more and found this is a cell phone app and not a casino device. Casino devices are blocked from use in rooms.

    While you can download the app the account must be set up and activated in person at the casino.
    It's all about quitting when ahead.

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    Alan if you read through my first sentence it clearly states it's an ap.
    The Cosmo has been using this ap for the past two years. William Hill has the same option.

    Yes you deposit money at the Sports Book then you can be anywhere in the Wynn and make wagers, this feature is great for March Madness since all the kids clog up the place while making their $5-$10 parlays


    Originally Posted by Alan Mendelson View Post
    Lonestar using your quote I was able to search more and found this is a cell phone app and not a casino device. Casino devices are blocked from use in rooms.

    While you can download the app the account must be set up and activated in person at the casino.

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    I was hoping that Wynn would actually have the portable casino device that has been envisioned.
    It's all about quitting when ahead.

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    Sad to report but Wynn's ap is only good within their property. William Hill's ap is good within the entire state of Nevada

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    Originally Posted by LoneStarHorse View Post
    Sad to report but Wynn's ap is only good within their property. William Hill's ap is good within the entire state of Nevada
    Caesars online poker is also good anywhere in the state -- not just on their property.
    It's all about quitting when ahead.

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