Maryland Live Casino three new appointments; WPT to land in Prague tomorrow; Ladbrokes World Darts qualifier finalists announced

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maryland live casinoMaryland Live! Casino today announced key appointments to its executive management team for the new $500 million gaming destination currently in development at Arundel Mills.

Vice President of Marketing will be Mario Maesano and he will be in-charge of the implementation and execution of the Maryland Live! marketing initiatives. Along with Mario, Ted Mazotas has been appointed as Vice President of Information Technology, responsible for the planning, installation and maintenance of infrastructure and technology systems. In the announcement, Lynn A. Norris was also confirmed Vice President of Human Resources, responsible for the management and direction of all aspects of company’s staffing and recruitment efforts.

Robert J. Norton, President and General Manager, said: “The collective quality of skills and experience these individuals bring to the project provide an excellent foundation on which to build upon as we take our next steps in bringing Maryland Live! to fruition, including the launch of our recruitment efforts to fill more than 1,500 new jobs.”


world poker tourThe World Poker Tour lands in Prague for the first time ever tomorrow, with the €3,200 + €300 main event kicking off at the Corinthia Casino. But to win your seats, €110 buy-in super satellites will be taking place at 2 pm and 7 pm at the casino today.

The occasion is a re-entry event meaning players who bust-out on day 1a can re-enter on day 1b. Players will start with 30,000 in chips and 60 minute levels which will rise to 90 minutes as the game progresses.

Those planning to stick around in the Czech capital for a little longer after the event should note the European Poker Tour Prague gets underway on Monday December 5.


ladbrokes WCDThe finalists of the 2012 World Darts Championship at the PDPA Qualifier in Wigan have been announced.

Arron Monk and Joe Cullen are the two young ‘uns who will join 70 other players at Alexandra Palace next month in the 2012 Ladbrokes World Darts Championship, held between 15 December and 2 January.

Bet they can’t wait to have a pop at the prize, especially considering it’s a cash amount of £1 million.



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