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The trend in Atlantic City seems to be closing several casinos. This economy has taken a toll on many casinos. This week’s Reader Poll asks the question do you think any Las Vegas Casino’s might be closing? What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. What is your opinion? We want to hear from you. (See other Readers’ opinions below.)

Las vegas casinos, are any of them closing like what is happening in Atlantic City?

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It would not be a surprise to me, considering what is happening in Atlantic City this y year. Internet gambling may have an effect on some of these casinos. Daniel Lawson

I guess anything can happen. Since i loose most of the times i go to vegas i hope they are not going to spend my money as foolishly as i have done. Margret H. Dallas TX

I believe that some of the larger casinos will close because many states are building their own. Steve Wynn warned LV of this years ago.Also, the hidden nightly fee is hurting them. not a good way to win friends and influence people. carrol tapper hanover, MD

Despite the downturn of gaming in Atlantic City, the draw of Las Vegas remains strong and I don't foresee any closings in the near future. Brian Steiner Marshalltown

Yes, casinos will close in Las Vegas but not for all the same reasons as Atlantic City(AC). AC's problems were caused more by mismanagement on the part of casino executives as it was by the poor economy. In short,when Atlantic City started the downward spiral their solution was to cut back on giveaways and comps. Resulting in even less visitors. A slippery slope indeed. Las Vegas casinos seem to close mainly
due to "old age". When they lose their glitz, it seems very hard to get it back. William Lockhart Waterford

I would imagine that those casinos that aren't generating enough revenue would close, or possibly be bought out. Change can be good for drawing more people. Brenda Comstock West Richland/WA

Maybe in Las Vegas they should no longer be called Casinos. If only 30% of their take is coming from gambling, they no longer qualify as a casino. When they go bankrupt from loss of revenue, they will just be another failed hotel closing. Casinos have always been successful in Las Vegas only time will tell if the Hotels will be as successful.I expect not. Howard Indianapolis, IN




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