Since the beginning of the year, four casinos have shut their doors in Atlantic City. The Atlantic Club shuttered its doors in January. Showboat closed on Aug. 31, Revel went dark on Sept. 2 and Trump Plaza closed on Sept. 16.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Games of mini-baccarat played at the Golden Nugget two years ago with unshuffled cards in which gamblers won $1.5 million did not violate any rules or laws, New Jersey casino regulators ruled.
Days after Trump Plaza became the fourth casino in Atlantic City to shut its doors, Gov. Christie on Townsquare New Jersey’s “Ask the Governor” program said it was "inevitable" that casinos would close and stressed that the city is in the midst of transition away from being a gambling destination.
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