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Harrah's Rincon Resort & Casino to double in size

Expansion proposed for Harrah's Rincon Resort & Casino that would see it double in size.

California casinos see revenue decline

The ills affecting Las Vegas' locals gaming market, including high unemployment and a horrible housing crisis, are having the same effect on California's Indian gaming community.

Caesars Entertainment announces 2011-12 WSOP Circuit schedule

The eighth season of the WSOP Circuit features several exciting enhancements, all leading to the most dramatic conclusion to any season played so far.

Another champion crowned at WSOP Circuit event

Bob Yamaguchi, a software developer, won over $20,000 after outlasting 286 players over two days at Harrah's Rincon.

Mystery man wins WSOP Circuit event

A player known only as "Albert" outlasted more than 200 other players to win a No-Limit Hold'em bracelet.

Nearly 200 seniors compete in WSOP event

The WSOP Circuit was the first major tournament series to place seniors’ competitions on the schedule.

Deputies: Guest at casino claims she killed husband

News Brief: Sheriff's deputies are searching for a woman who may be armed inside Harrah's Rincon Casino and Resort in Valley Center.

San Diego Native American casino threatened by wildfires

News Brief: Flames burned through and near San Diego County's Indian reservations, burning down historic buildings and homes, and threatening a casino Tuesday.

Tribe challenges casino negotiations

News Brief: The Rincon Indian band is challenging a long-standing practice in which states ask for cash when negotiating with Indian tribes trying to open or expand casinos.

Harrah's Rincon to Host World Series of Poker Circuit Event

Harrah's Entertainment, Inc. said a World Series of Poker Circuit stop is scheduled for Harrah's Rincon in Valley Center, California, from February 26 to March 7, 2006.

Couple Sues Harrah's, Rincon Tribe Over Fire Death

News Brief: A couple whose daughter died in the 2003 Paradise fire filed suit Monday against Harrah's and a band of Indians, alleging they refused to equip firefighters with the resources needed to protect the reservation.

Pokers Series Draws World's Best

News Brief: Some of the best players have come from all over the globe to play in the first World Series of Poker event staged in California.

CI Host to Sponsor Poker Contender

CI Host reports television sponsorship of ESPN World Series of Poker contender Dutch Boyd during circuit competition.

Welcome to the 'Ultimate Getaway' at Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort

After 13 months of construction and anticipation, Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort, located in the Palomar mountains of San Diego County opens the doors of its new $168 million expansion December 20 at 10 a.m.

California Tribe Sues to Stop Tax Collection

ews Brief: The Rincon Indian band is suing San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister in federal court, seeking to halt the county's efforts to collect $1.6 million in room taxes on the hotel at Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort.

Harrah's, Tribe Blamed for Teen's Death

News Brief: The family of a fire victim filed Thursday a negligence and wrongful death lawsuit against Harrah's Casino and a formal complaint with the Rincon Indian tribe.

Harrah's Reports $165 Million Expansion

Harrah's Entertainment, Inc.has plans for a $165 million expansion of the Harrah's Rincon hotel-casino owned by the Rincon San Luiseno Band of Mission Indians.

Harrah's Rincon Casino to Reopen

News Brief: Harrah's Rincon Casino and Resort is scheduled to reopen today at 11 a.m.

California Tribe Planning Hotel Expansion

News Brief: Rincon Indian tribe hopes to expand its 200-room resort in northern San Diego County with a 22-story tower that would have 500 hotel rooms.

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