On the Inside

November 2010, Volume 20 No. 11

A special thanks to Raymond Nordwall for allowing us to feature his artwork, "Protectors" on the cover of the November issue of Indian Gaming. Raymond is Pawnee, Cherokee and Ojibwe Indian and lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. To view more of his work, call Nordwall Gallery & Studio at (505) 988-5057 or visit www.nordwallart.com.

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Magazine Cover

Inside This Issue

Gaming Laboratories International

Bally Technologies (back cover)

IGT (center spread)

WMS

Doug Hyde Studios

Aristocrat Technologies

Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

Konami Gaming

Table of Contents

American Gaming Systems

Cadillac Jack

Hnedak Bobo Group

Ainsworth Game Technology

Thalden-Boyd-Emery Architects

World Game Protection

Bally Technologies

Agilysys

National Indian Gaming Association

Multimedia Games

Welcome to G2E: The Global Gaming Expo Turns Ten! - by Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr.

Speak Out: The Two Touch Myth - by Joseph Valandra

Rocket Gaming Systems

NIGA Report: Indian Country Moving Forward - by Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.

Gasser Chair Company

Klas Robinson Q.E.D.

Opinion: In Defense of Our Defenders - by Jamie Hummingbird

The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Foundation: A Lasting Legacy of Chumash Generosity

Key Bank

BPI

Case Study: Rebranding Viejas Casino

Wright Casino Marketing

Hard Rock Holdings

Gaming Trends ‘10: Casinos Getting Very Social

MEI

Internet Gaming: Tribes Claim a Seat at the Table - by Leslie Lohse

DreamCatcher Hotels

Airistar Technologies

What's Next for U.S. Internet Gaming? - by Knute Knudson

Casino Careers Online

Looking at Internet Gaming Demographics, Cross-Pollination and Overseas Operations - by Grant Eve

Media Logic

California Nations Indian Gaming Association

Information Technology: Business Process Management for Casinos - by Ram Patrachari

Opinion: What’s Next for the National Indian Gaming Commission? - by Penny Coleman

Smart Alert Systems - by Kim Essendup

Food & Beverage Systems: The Final Frontier - by Bill Schwartz

Doug Hyde Studios

Then & Now: Gaming Brings Prosperity to Middletown Rancheria

Case Study: Colusa Casino Resort Launches the World’s First Class III Mobile Personal Gaming Device

Sol Casinos & Pima Community College Collaborate on Hospitality Training Program

One Year Later: Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino Has Positive Impact on Tribe and Community

Adapting to Change in Your Security Department - by Eric K. Rodriguez

Knowledge Sharing: Harnessing the Power of Employee Experience - by Scott J. Smith

High Definition CCTV for Gaming - by Randy Jones

Initial Impressions

SMSC Wind Turbine Successfully Completes First Year of Operation: Generating Electricity With Low Environmental Impact

Case Study: Air Curtain Helps Turning Stone Resort’s Nightclub Add 5,000 sq. ft. of Space for Less than $5,000

World Game Protection

Legal Front: Native American Farmers, Ranchers and USDA Reach Historic Settlement

10 Simple Steps to a Better Retirement Plan - by Blake Overbay

Keeping Entertainment Cost Effective - by Kell Houston

Buss Productions

Cherokee Nation Entertainment Holds 5th Annual Art Market

Gaming Market Advisors

2010 IAGA/IAGR International Gaming Conference a Success

Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

Spas in Indian Country - Part IV
Oka Spa, Choctaw Casino Resort; Serenity Springs Spa, Chukchansi Gold Casino & Resort; The Norwich Spa at Foxwoods, Foxwoods Resort Casino; G Spa, MGM Grand at Foxwoods; Sereniitee Spa, Shooting Star Casino; The Spa, Tachi Palace Hotel and Casino; Spa at Thunder Valley, Thunder Valley Casino Resort; T Spa, Tulalip Resort and Casino

Smithsonian NMAI

G2E New Games Rollout - Part II

American Red Cross

Indian Gaming Magazine

Indian Gaming Buyer's Guide & Directory

 

Monthly Features & Columns

Openings & Expansions: Sweetgrass Golf Club and Island Resort & Casino Break Ground on New Conference Facility; Hard Rock International Announces New Tampa Cafe Will Open at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino; New Salish Cliffs Golf Club at Little Creek Casino Resort on Target for Opening in 2011; Ho-Chunk Gaming – Wisconsin Dells Holds Mini-Baccarat Grand Opening; Groundbreaking Held for ARRA Project at the St. Francis Indian School in South Dakota

 

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Extraordinary Employee

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Product Spotlight

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People

Calendar of Events

From the White House

In the News

Community Outreach

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