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Atlantic City Casinos Shut Down by Sandy

By October 29, 2012

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Wow, first Pennsylvania gets casino gambling, now this! Atlantic City casinos were ordered closed by Gov. Chris Christie at 3 p.m. on Sunday and they were evacuated an hour later. At several casinos the slots and table games were empty hours before the deadline.

Rain was already pelting the area before the final group of tourists were driving out of the parking lots and most workers were given a window of two to three days off from their regular duties. Those heading out of town were given a parting gift as tolls were free on the Atlantic City Expressway heading away from the casinos. The impact Hurricane Sandy has on the town remains to be seen. Good luck to everyone in the path of the storm!

As for Positive Impact

TCSJOHNHUXLEY is hoping their new Double Action Roulette brings a storm of positive impact to roulette enthusiasts across the globe. The new game represents the first viable change to roulette in, well, ever. Roulette has a long and fascinating history, but the game itself hasn't changed to any appreciable degree since free-spinning wheel-heads were first produced. They say you can't change perfection, but maybe you can modify it!

Double Action offers two sets of numbers and payoffs as high as 1200 to 1 on a single spin of the wheel! Now that's a change I can live with. Haven't had a chance to play the game myself yet, but I'm looking forward to seeing it offered my way soon.

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