N.J. should say 'yes' to sports bets

Sep 12, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: CourierPostOnline

If it ever happens, legalized sports betting in New Jersey could end up being too little, too late for Atlantic City's struggling casinos.

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Don

Hazleton, PA

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Sep 12, 2011
 
Anything A/C does now is too late.The ONLY thing left is for the Crooks who got A/C in this shape is to see how much more they can STEAL before they shut these Casinos down!!!
Sports bet not profitable

Jersey City, NJ

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Sep 12, 2011
 
Not enough people care for sports gambling in nj to make it profitable.
Prob cost more to run it then it generates revenue.
NoSmokieNearMe

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Don wrote:
Anything A/C does now is too late.The ONLY thing left is for the Crooks who got A/C in this shape is to see how much more they can STEAL before they shut these Casinos down!!!
You must have lost your SSI check real fast this month
Don

Hazleton, PA

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Sports bet not profitable wrote:
Not enough people care for sports gambling in nj to make it profitable.
Prob cost more to run it then it generates revenue.
But look at ALL the money the Crooks who got A/C in the shape its in could Steal.A NEW Piggy Bank to line their pockets!!!

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