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Open for Bingo on Easter Sunday:  AMVETS Post #60, playing at Classic Lanes, 7501 S. Howell Ave., has
announced that they will be open for Bingo at the regular time on Easter Sunday, April 20, 2014.  Post 60 has also
announce a Mother's Day Bash, offering 3 sessions of Bingo, plus progressive on Mother's Day, Sunday May 11,
2014.  Bingo begins at 5:00 PM, a special time for this event only.


Closed for Bingo on Easter Sunday:  Elks Lodge #46 will not be open for Bingo on Easter Sunday.  Elks
Lodge #46 has announced that they
will play Bingo on Mother Day.

Las Vegas:  $500,000 SUPER GALA!
South Point Hotel & Casino is having their first $500,000 Super Gala Bingo event scheduled for Monday, July 7th
& Tuesday, July 8th. South Point Hotel & Casino is located on the south end of the Las Vegas Strip. The rooms
are beautiful. The buy-in for the Super Gala event is $350 and includes one 9-on pack for both days, food coupon
and a dauber. For a complete listing of all the games, visit their website SouthPointBingo.com. To make your
reservation, call 866-796-7111 or 702-796-7111 Ext. 77136. See their ad in the print edition of this month's Bingo
Bugle for more information.

Atlantic City:  Atlantic City casinos won $2.86 billion in 2013, dropping below $3 billion for the first time in 22
years. The win has declined seven straight years since it was $5.2 billion in 2006, the year the first of
Pennsylvania’s 12 casinos opened.

Pennsylvania:  Hungry for even more gambling revenue, Pennsylvania is now exploring the legalization of “video
gaming machines” in restaurants and bars. The state is also thought to be one of the leading candidates to next
legalize online wagering.

Online:  New Jersey casinos took in $8.4 million from online gambling in the first six weeks of operation. Borgata
led the way with $3.75 million in win and rake, followed by Caesars Entertainment with $2.38 million. It’s considered
a slow start, but not excessively so, and supports the belief that multiple states will have to combine efforts for best
results.

Macau:  The gambling win in Macau was $45.2 billion in 2013, an 18.6% increase over 2012. The win far exceeds
all other gambling jurisdictions in the world and is about seven times that of the Las Vegas Strip. However, growth
is expected to decelerate (we’ll see) due to the absence of any new resort openings on the horizon. Visitation to
Hong Kong was a whopping 54.3 million, which also easily outpaced Las Vegas.

Japan:  Japan is now considered almost a lock to pass legislation this spring that will allow casino gambling.
Analysts expect four licenses to be up for grabs, with one casino each in Tokyo and Osaka (along with two
“regional” locations). Speculation has Sands, Caesars, MRI, Wynn, and Genting as the favorites (not in order),
meaning one would be left out of what’s being projected as a $10-billion to $15-billion-per-year market, bigger
than any except Macau. Japan’s first casinos would open in time for the 2020 Olympics, which will be held in Tokyo.
Taiwan. Taiwan has also emerged as a likely candidate to legalize gambling this year. If it does, it’s projected that
its first casino would open in 2019.
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