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Immokalee casino unveils blackjack tables


News-Press,  Monday, December 15, 2008 at 10:08:58 AM

It's a late Tuesday afternoon - not exactly a day for diversion - but you wouldn't know it from inside the Seminole Casino in Immokalee.

Located about 40 miles from Fort Myers, the casino in this town of 20,000 people is thriving. A $12 million expansion doubling the casino's size is under way.

Outside, construction crews are putting a beige plaster over the casino's aluminum siding and large trucks are moving materials in and out of the large parking lot where gamblers are driving in circles trying to find a parking space.

Inside, slot machine bells, bings and beeps are heard everywhere.

And just to the right of the casino's poker room sits a new sight -- blackjack tables.


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