“Family Feud” is a popular television game show in which contestants guess the top answers to questions in a survey of 100 people. The top four to nine answers are ranked by popularity, with the No. 1 answer being the one that received the most responses; the No. 2 answer, the second most, etc.

MGM Resorts International last month introduced a Military & Veterans Program (MVP) — a year-round discount program honoring the service of active duty military, members of the National Guard and Reserve, retired military, prior service and spouses of eligible military personnel.

Unless you’re a high roller who gets meals comped, casino restaurants can take a big bite out of your gambling budget. Here’s a less expensive alternative: players lounges. Depending on their card level, many gamblers can eat and drink or free, or for less than $13 per person.

If Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) interests you, but you think you can’t compete against “professional” players, FastPick.com may be the alternative you’re looking for.

Not wanting to carry lots of cash when they travel to Atlantic City, many gamblers used to depend on their banks’ ATMs in their favorite casino. They could check their balance and withdraw small amounts of cash several times during a trip at no charge.

Caesars Atlantic City is betting that spectators will pay to see professional and amateur Gears of War 4 video game players face off in the inaugural Gears Pro Circuit Atlantic City Open Friday to Sunday, March 31 to April 2.

Though this column usually focuses on the latest slot machines, casino promotions and other benefits players enjoy, occasionally it’s good to step back and take a look at the other side of gambling.

Pharaoh’s Secret Temple has replaced most of the Danger Arena Video Game Gambling Machines (VGM) in the Wild Wild West Casino at Bally’s Atlantic City, Caesars Atlantic City, Harrah’s Resort and Tropicana Atlantic City. (Two of the Danger Arena games remain at each of these four locations.)

Atlantic City’s first fully-automated electronic craps game is now available for play exclusively at Bally’s Atlantic City’s Wild Wild West. Manufactured by Interblock, the same company that introduced electronic roulette and other games, the table can accommodate up to eight players at one time.

With Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort closing, it would seem that Atlantic City’s casinos have one less competitor. However, 200 miles away in Oxon Hill, Md. — across the Potomac River from the nation’s capital — a new $1.4 billion casino resort has opened that potentially could draw some of th…

Thanks to what’s being billed as “photo booth” technology, you can become a “star” of the TV show TMZ right on the casino floor. TMZ — the “Thirty Mile Zone” around Hollywood — is now a slot machine.

When earlier this year Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa became the last Atlantic City property to charge a resort fee, little did anyone expect that every other casino would increase their fees. And, now, after less than a year, Borgata already has raised its fee.

During the past year many Atlantic City casinos have opened new nightlife venues and casual food outlets, completed extensive room renovations, and introduced skill-based gaming along with innovations in online gaming.

When earlier this year Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa became the last Atlantic City property to charge a resort fee, little did anyone expect that every other casino would increase their fees. And, now, after less than a year, Borgata already has raised its fee.

I’m not talking about “America’s Next Top Model,” but the new generation of slot machines on display last month at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) in Las Vegas.

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa was named Atlantic City’s best overall gaming resort based on votes from readers of Casino Player magazine.

Even though sports betting isn’t legal in New Jersey, soon you’ll be able to guess at which teams will win each week during the 2016 football season to earn cash and free play at three Atlantic City casinos.

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is now part of the same MGM “family” of resorts as the Bellagio, Aria, Mirage and others in Las Vegas, the Beau Rivage in Biloxi, Miss., and, later this year, MGM National Harbor, across the river from Washington, D.C., in Oxon Hill, Md. MGM also has resorts in…

June is LGBT Pride month. The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is recognizing the occasion with a special room package and an entertainment line-up to appeal to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

One of the questions I’m most frequently asked is, “What do you play?” When I reply, “Mostly lower-denomination slot machines, but frequently at max bet,” I generally get a surprised look, especially from video poker players.

You’ve probably seen them scurrying through the casinos mid-morning, looking sharp in their black tuxedos and bowties. No, they’re not maître ’ds arriving early for their dinner shift, they’re butlers — a benefit reserved exclusively for the highest end players in Atlantic City casinos.

Recently a colleague sent me information about a book on how to win at slots. The author claims he’s won millions and wants to share his secrets.

Don’t feel so bad when you lose money at some of your favorite Atlantic City casinos. Part of that money is going back to the community in the form of contributions to charitable organizations.

Don’t feel so bad when you lose money at some of your favorite Atlantic City casinos. Part of that money is going back to the community in the form of contributions to charitable organizations.

The last holdout in Atlantic City, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, began imposing a $10 daily resort fee this month. The fee includes complimentary Wi-Fi — which was formerly $9.95 a day, but was optional — and admittance to the fitness center, which had been $15 per day, but also was option…

Following my “favorite things” columns, I received a number of emails asking what I miss at Atlantic City’s casinos. In no particular order, here is my totally subjective — and admittedly incomplete — list: