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Gulfstream opens without revamped casino


South Florida Business Journal,  Friday, January 4, 2008 at 1:18:07 PM

Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino opened its racing season Thursday with a big increase in betting on its races televised at other tracks, including Calder Race Course and Pompano Park, which did not televise Gulfstream last year.

But its revamped ground-floor casino area, with about 250 Class III Las Vegas-style machines, was not open and will not open until Saturday, at the earliest.

Gulfstream is still testing new slot machines, mostly video poker games, and waiting for certification of them from the Florida Division of Pari-Mutuel Wagering, said Bill Murphy, president and general manager of the Hallandale Beach facility. He said it hopes to open the ground-floor casino this weekend.


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