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SUPER GALA!  South Point Hotel & Casino is having another $500,000 Super Gala Bingo on Monday,
March 16th & Tuesday, March 17th. 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 only $295 and includes one
9-on pack for both days, food coupon and a dauber. There are also electronic specials offered.
For a complete listing of all the games, visit their website at “SouthPointBingo.com.”
This event always sells out, so sign up early. To make your reservation, call 866-796-7111 or 702-796-
7111 Ext. 77136. See their ad on page 5 of our print edition for more information.

Illinois:  Two years after non-casino video poker debuted at 65 locations in Illinois, 4,500 bars and truck
stops are now licensed for gambling and more than 18,000 machines are in operation throughout the
state.  More than 100 municipalities that originally opposed video gambling have either overturned bans
or introduced enabling ordinances.

South Dakota:  The Gold Dust has reopened in Deadwood following a $1 million renovation that closed
the casino for a year.

Lake Tahoe:  MontBleu Resort has announced a $24 million renovation. Upgrades will be made on all
437 rooms and suites as well as in the casino.

Atlantic City:  The November deadline to close Trump Taj Mahal has been rescinded. However, the
reprieve may not last long, given the financial state of the resort. Even Carl Icahn, who was expected to
buy the Taj, recently said that the casino “will almost certainly close.” Meanwhile, a Philadelphia
developer and Las Vegas casino architect extraordinaire, Paul Steelman, have teamed up to purchase
the half-empty Caesars Pier shopping center for $2.8 million, less than 2% of the project’s original
development cost.

Pennsylvania:  A planned renovation of Sands Bethlehem will expand convention space, upgrade
restaurants, and add a Bass Pro Shops outlet. Las Vegas Sands Corp. says it will spend up to $800
million on the two-year project.

Michigan. A $50+ million renovation is planned for Detroit’s Greektown Casino. Plans call for
transforming the hotel into a “boutique” and adding improvements to the casino.
New York:  Resorts World in New York City had gambling revenues of nearly $800 million last year,
generated by 12 million gamblers. One analyst put the number in perspective by comparing it to about
$500 million generated by Bellagio.

Online:  Nevada’s online-poker revenue was $742,000 in August, the lowest monthly total to date. There
are rumblings that Amaya Gaming may soon be allowed to enter the online space. It would be a
significant development in that Amaya is the owner of PokerStars.
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