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Massachusetts casinos encounter surprise resistance
New York Times ↑
Mike Caro says:
There are too many grand gambling halls being built. The age of lavish has left us. Casinos are too common to merit so much expense and fanfare. The next era will see smaller, neighborhood gambling hangouts.
Why? Because huge resorts made sense when there was just Las Vegas and then
Atlantic City. But when casinos can be found almost everywhere, they don’t need to be oversized. They just need to be convenient. Don’t believe me? Watch what happens over the next 20 years. (Oh, and by the way, there will be a backlash, too.) — MC