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Reader Poll November 25, 2000

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#1.   It seems the trend in Las Vegas is for casinos to buy other casinos. For example Station Casinos recently bought Fiesta and The Reserve. Harrah's has purchased Rio. MGM Grand purchased the Wynn properties and so on. This week’s poll asks . . . As a visitor or resident to Las Vegas, would you prefer the city consist of several independent smaller casinos or a few conglomerates? Why?

*  I personally think competition is better for the local gambler. I now have no place but Station Casinos in my neighborhood, But will travel to other areas. I like going to other casinos just for variety. Now there will be Santa Fe Station-Texas Station and Fiesta. I also feel that Station was not fair to the employees of the Santa Fe.  I am not pro union either. I just feel the people they re-hired were just tokens and not the real reason they hired them. There were many qualified people at the Santa Fe that were not offered jobs. I also feel the union hurt the former employees of the Santa Fe there is no competition now and they don't have to offer us anything to visit their casinos. I am a local of 7 years and am very upset. Marjorie L. Barton N. Las Vegas Nevada

*  Gambling in a smaller casino is more fun, you do not get lost in the ocean of players.  It seems much friendlier and more personal.  John, WV

*  Both large or small casinos are fine with me.  Seems I have won or lost in both.  I go back and forth between the casinos to get exactly what I what from each casino.  Regardless of how big or small, I still like going to different buildings, trying new restaurants and playing various machines and of course trying my luck at different tables.  George Booker  NY

*  Several independent smaller casinos.  Edward Piantoni 

*  I like the smaller, local, casinos rather than going into a giant building that makes you walk a mile to your room.  Seems that all these casinos are just getting way to big.  Ann, SC

*  Living in a small town, I really enjoy the massive buildings and everything they have to offer.  I like the bigger casinos.  Sonya, CA


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