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9/13/2011PAValley Forge Casino Resort now set to open in the spring (Philadelphia Inquirer)
9/19/2010PAWaterfront casino launches in Philadelphia (Courier-Post)
7/13/2010PAMount Airy opens table games to large crowd (Lehigh Valley Live)
7/7/2010PAMTR receives final table gaming approval for Presque Isle Downs (Press Release)
5/26/2010PAPa. casino takes delivery of first table games (Business Week)
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