Pennsylvania to Atlantic City: Bend over!


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Mar 10, 2005

Well, Pennsylvania is really sticking it to Atlantic City now. Gov. Rendell said today that he would sign into law the bill that was just passed yesterday that allows the current "slots casinos" to offer table games. :D

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Personally, I can't wait! They're saying that we can expect casinos to have table games - blackjack, poker, etc. in place within the next 6-9 months, once licenses are issued and so forth.

It'll be interesting, to say the least, to see what Atlantic City comes up with to try and retain their current PA customers.....I know that there's no way they'll keep me coming to AC casinos when I only have to drive 45 minutes to get to the closest PA casino as opposed to 2.5+ hours to get to AC. And let's not even talk about the tolls for each trip ($11.50 worth.)


Mafia Wars Level 472
May 10, 2008
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Yea that way they can keep the casino's open longer. There is a casino near you or I think it is called Parx Casino. I heard it just opened up in December. I want to go there but I have no transportation and no buses go there.

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