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Reviewing the posts on TACT, I came across this thoughtful, but difficult to answer, question. I would guess that the answer should be probably not for two reasons:

1) On-line sites are more likely to suck in new gamblers, expanding the overall market and providinga seed-bed for the long-term growth of the physical venues.

2) The potential development and growth of non-gambling markets -- for example, electronic voting machines.

But, then again, what do I know. I don't gamble and the only time I took a bus to Atlantic City was to go to a church service.

M.
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