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.
To the TA staff.
I apologize for my previous post. I did not realize that it would be inappropriate to put on this forum.
>>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.
Fred ~ I think your removed post may have included copyrighted material? See section titled “No posting copyrighted material or content published elsewhere” here:
There are better ways to post the information, and even give a link.
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).Edited: 17 March 2012, 01:10
Just another nail in the A/C coffin.
Revenues will continue to fall til theres none to fall anymore.
Too bad,so sad!!!
Wait. Did I detect empathy up there ↑ Moneywho, you're expressing human emotions. Just like a real boy
WHO woulda' thought!
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...