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Cincy Horseshoe Draws $21M In Its First Month in Operation

April 9, 2013

CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio’s newest casino raked in $21 million during its first month of operation as the state’s three other casinos saw double-digit percent increases in their revenues, according to ......

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Apr-10-13 7:35 PM

Wheeling is not going to get the destination gamblers anymore, they have casinos much closer to home. Its a sad fact of business, competition. There is no way that the WV taxpayers can offset the natural progression of casinos in other states by underwriting this casino's losses (from the competition). The track/casino was unique at one time because it had horse racing, then dog racing and then slots and then table games. Nothing really unique left. You cannot turn gambling into a growth business with new competition every year. It was windfall money and Charleston spent it like it would be here forever. Maybe the casino would do better if every 100 ft there was no a little gambling parlor competing with them. Its the 5 machine operations that really hurt people and families. And they hurt the casino too. Its gambling, Sheldon, its not like a factory. Its vice.

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Apr-09-13 5:36 PM

Bye Bye WV Gambling.

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Apr-09-13 8:52 AM

Interesting how the Intell/NR reports on how will Ohio casino's are doing while lamenting the potential loss of table gaming in WV. It's quite obvious that the paper is in cahoots with the track.

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