The day that Atlantic City casino officials have long feared has arrived. Two Pennsylvania casinos began offering table games to their patrons on Thursday, and six more casinos are getting in on the action by July 18. With games now available at home, the absence of table-crazy Pennsylvanians (and Delawareans) on Atlantic City casino floors is expected to strip $300M from New Jersey’s bottom line, along with any hope that AC casino bosses may have had of ever sleeping peacefully again. Read more.
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