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DELAY IN LIVE POKER’S RETURN MAYBE NOT AS BAD FOR CASINOS AS PLAYERS BY PENNBETS' GARY ROTSTEIN

Poker players itching to return to live tables received bad news last week when the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board released guidelines that will keep poker rooms closed indefinitely whenever casinos reopen.

But how much of a setback will the continued quiet in the card rooms be for the casinos themselves? Probably not much, as the Texas hold’em cash games and tourneys are not big earners — especially considering the labor involved compared to the machines that dominate the gaming floor.

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