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Gaming Update
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AIR DATE: October 15, 2010

Another big resort has been sold in bankruptcy but things might be looking up for the gaming industry. New figures show visitation is up and gamblers left more money on the table in the last two months than they have for nearly three years - and that's not even counting what the high-rollers left on the baccarat tables. We talk with Las Vegas Review-Journal Reporter Howard Stutz on the big changes up and down the Strip.

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Howard Stutz, Gaming Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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