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1/13/2016MSGuests ask for and receive improvements at Beau Rivage Casino (Sun Herald)
5/5/2012MSMargaritaville Casino to open May 22 (ClarionLedger.com)
3/5/2012MSIsle of Capri selling casino-hotel for about $45M (CBSNews.com)
6/2/2010MSIsle wins OK to buy casino (Hattiesburg American)
4/5/2010MSBally Technologies to sell casino (Rueters)
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Mississippi is home to nearly 40 casinos, mostly located along the Gulf, for which the devastating effects of Katrina proved to be no lasting setback. Additionally, the Magnolia State is home to numerous riverboat casinos. The legal gambling age in Mississippi is 21 for casino gaming.

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the word 'casino' comes directly from Italian, where it originally meant 'little house' or 'cottage.' It was first used in English to describe a gambling establishment in the 1800s.


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