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Sway Pool at Silverton Keeps It Relaxed, Affordable

The dayclub trend makes it off the Strip.

If you want a no-frills dayclub experience -- and a price to match it -- check out Sway Pool and Lounge at the Silverton, 3333 Blue Diamond Road.

Read more at the Las Vegas Review-Journal

Birthday Party for Silverton


The Silverton hosts a 14th birthday party today, featuring food and clothing giveaways.

Silverton will have activities going on throughout the day. Mi Casa Grill Cantina will be hosting the birthday celebration with Tequila Girls, $1 tacos, $2 Corona bottles and surprise giveaways. There will also be a sombrero toss to give guests the chance to win prizes. Cupcakes and t-shirts will also be given away to customers. Guests must be 21 and over to attend.

Guests at Mi Casa who are Silverton Rewards Club members will also have the chance to win a coupon for $5 in Free Slot Play when they win the 14th ticket of the day. This coupon will be good through the month of July.

Silverton Job Fair Brings Out Hundreds of Applicants

Silverton Job Fair Brings Out Hundreds of Applicants

A job fair at the Silverton drew more than 750 applicants for just a few dozen jobs.

The hotel and casino located off Blue Diamond Road recently talked to 8 News NOW about its struggles in finding qualified people to fill its positions, even as the Nevada economy struggles and unemployment stagnates at high levels.

As a smaller property, the Silverton does not have training programs in place to develop basic competencies in its positions, so officials look for workers with necessary skills already in place.

The two-day job fair held by the Silverton resulted in 85 of the applicants continuing on to a security and background check process. From that process, officials hope to fill 37 jobs.

World Series of Poker Main Event Starts Thursday

World Series of Poker Main Event Starts Thursday

The World Series of Poker will start its main event on Thursday at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino.

Thousands of players from across the country are expected to pay the $10,000 entry fee to play in the No-Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament. All those players will be narrowed down to play in the final scheduled for July 19. From there the field will be whittled down until just nine players who will move on to the final table in November.

Attendance at this year's World Series of Poker has jumped more than 7 percent over last year. Already 65,056 entrants from around the world have played in the tournament, 55 of the coveted World Series gold bracelets have been handed out and more than $121 million in prize money awarded. The prize that everyone playing poker wants to get is the World Championship currently held by Jonathan Duhamel. 

World Series of Poker Starts Tuesday

World Series of Poker Starts Tuesday

The 42nd Annual World Series of Poker starts Tuesday at the Rio Hotel and Casino.

The series starts with the biggest names in poker competing in the exclusive $25,000 buy-in Heads Up No-Limit Hold'em Championship. Poker players will face off in a bracket-style format. The tournament kicks off with the shuffle-up and deal event at noon. Viewing for the tournament is free and open to people 21 years old and older. 

On Saturday, professional and amateur poker players from around the country will be at the hotel for the $1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em tournament. That part of the series starts at noon. 

All the players are competing for millions of dollars in prizes and the coveted World Series of Poker gold bracelet.

Boyd Gaming’s ‘March Hoopla Pick the Winners’ begins March 14

Boyd Gaming’s ‘March Hoopla Pick the Winners’ begins March 14

Celebrate March Madness with the March Hoopla Pick the Winners college basketball contest! The contest is free and open to all B Connected Cardholders. People just need to pick their teams at any Boyd Gaming Kiosk. There are 10 total picks throughout March Madness, and the grand prize winner will receive $10,000, seconf place recieving $5,000, and third getting $1,000. March Hoopla Pick the Winners at The Orleans, Sam’s Town, Suncoast, Gold Coast, California and Fremont.

More Homeowners Falling Delinquent on Mortgages

LAS VEGAS -- The number of Southern Nevada homeowners delinquent on their mortgage payments has climbed steadily for the past several months. In some cases, it's people just willing to walk away from their homes, and in other cases, homeowners are holding out hope that they will get a loan modification.

In any given neighborhood, chances are good that a homeowner is the process of walking away from their mortgage. In the past, five months was typically the longest a homeowner could stay in their home until the bank would come knocking. But that is no longer the case.

Nick Nolf with The Nolf Group has been in the real estate business through the boom, the bust, and now the slow turn-around.