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Sunday, November 06, 2005

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It appears Genosha isn't the only place where mutants work for the “normal” humans. InterCasino.com has “inked a deal” with Marvel Entertainment, and will shortly release new games to its site, featuring characters such as Wolverine, Daredevil, the Fantastic Four, Spiderman and others.

"Our players demand the best, and that is exactly what we are providing them with Marvel Hero online slot machine offerings. These games have the best graphics, the most interactive options and the most entertaining bonus features of any casino on the web," said Peter Markus, InterCasino spokesman.

Ryan Hartley, InterCasino manager, was reported as saying, “We like to give our players an added incentive to game with us, whether through higher payouts, competitive rewards programs or innovative software. Our new Marvel Hero games are just another way of making InterCasino the most rewarding place to play."

Players can now join forces with Professor X in battling evil enemies during special bonus rounds, or go after military tanks and helicopters along with the Hulk. The online casino will feature detailed graphics, which are bound to leave Marvel fans, as well as casino fans, satisfied.

Local gaming giant Tsogo Sun is the proud winner of South Africa's Dealer Competition. The company's prize is a chance to represent South Africa in the International Casino Dealer Championship, which will commence at ICE 2006 in London. Should Tsogo Sun Casino's representative win the international competition, she will receive an all expenses trip for two to the Global Gaming Exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Winning the local casino championship was no easy task. The finalists had to face the judges, who were recruited from other competing South African casinos. The twelve finalists were given a quarter of an hour to display their skills, and were judged on their casino dealing abilities, including speed dealing, accuracy and style.

The Illinois Gaming Board has approved the Casino Queen's proposal to move nearly 700 feet inland. The casino will be rebuilt near the Casino Queen's hotel. However, the board has yet to approve the financing package for the $150 million project. Should the plan be approved, this will be the first time an Illinois casino moves inland.

A Casino Queen spokesperson, reported that the Casino Queen hopes to break ground on the new site around the first quarter of 2006, and to complete construction within up to 16 months. The relocation plan also includes selling the current three-level boat, which has been in use since 1993. The new one-level construction will hold 40,000 square feet of gambling space.

The new casino will offer 1,200 various games and gambling machines, which is the maximum allotted by Illinois law. In addition, higher ceilings will be constructed in the hopes of having an easier time ventilating the lingering cigarette smoke. Casino officials believe that this expansion will create an additional $1 to $1.5 million a year in gambling taxes.