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Las Vegas Casino Lines

A gaming cruise ship operator announced last month that it will launch a new gaming cruise-to-nowhere vessel in south Florida. Las Vegas Casino Lines announced that “Liquid Vegas” will begin offshore gaming by next month. The announcement came only a day after another company announced that it will suspend operations of its gaming ship at Port Canaveral, Florida. Sterling Casino Lines announced it is shutting down its Ambassador II cruise ship, citing competition from the Seminole Tribe, which recently added Class III slots and table games

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