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Are Gamblers Still All In On Poker?
Are Gamblers Still All In On Poker?

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AIR DATE: March 15, 2013

A recent article by the Associated Press highlighted how casinos are closing poker rooms in favor of more slots machines because of decreased revenue and the crackdown on online poker. Those factors have led some to wonder whether the poker craze which started in the early 2000's is over. We'll discuss the future of poker and why some casinos are shuttering their poker rooms. 

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William Thompson, Professor of Public Administration, UNLV

Hannah Dreier, Reporter, Associated Press

Anthony Curtis, Las Vegas Advisor 

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