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More possible bad news for A.C.

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More possible bad news for A.C.

New York has taken the first step in possibly adding table games to their existing video terminal casino's. See news article in reply.

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That will never impact A.C.

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To the TA staff.

I apologize for my previous post. I did not realize that it would be inappropriate to put on this forum.

Fred.

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>>I apologize for my previous post<< You SHOULD apologize. You've been a bad boy and you deserve a spanking!

I'm just ribbing you. I am gonna guess it was removed because it was copyrighted material.

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Fred ~ I think your removed post may have included copyrighted material? See section titled “No posting copyrighted material or content published elsewhere” here:

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There are better ways to post the information, and even give a link.

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This is great news for us that live in NYC!!! I've been going to Empire City in Yonkers a lot for the past few months to play their video craps. I'm an avid craps player and I have to tell you this video game is very very good. I can't wait until the real thing in a couple of years (it's pretty much a certainty since the governor, NY senate leader, and the voters all want full blown casinos).

I used to go to AC every 2-3 weeks but now go every 2-3 months. I drive and got sick of paying $85+ each time for gas, tolls and parking. I think Mohegan Sun/Foxwoods and AC will suffer a lot once NY state has table games. On the other hand I don't think Vegas will suffer at all - I think they'll get more people. Vegas is incredible but AC never could offer that kind of experience (except Borgata and maybe Revel).

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Just another nail in the A/C coffin.

Revenues will continue to fall til theres none to fall anymore.

Too bad,so sad!!!

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Wait. Did I detect empathy up there ↑ Moneywho, you're expressing human emotions. Just like a real boy

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WHO woulda' thought!

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most people seem to assume that the proposal will be passed via referendum and places like Tioga Downs are already expanding in anticipation of such BUT I don't think that there has been a full blown "marketing sample" to indicate the speculative outcome of the referendum...