With all due respect to Martin Scorsese, Atlantic City casino bosses aren’t pinning all their hopes on a TV series to eliminate the red ink on their balance sheets. Mark Juliano, president of the New Jersey Casino Association, testified at the New Jersey gaming summit that his peeps are already working with software developers to prepare for their entry into the online gambling sphere, and are ”just waiting for some legislative direction.” Presumably, they’d prefer something along the lines of “On your marks… Get set… “ Read more.
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