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Lake Tahoe's Cal Neva to close casino

Nevada Appeal,  Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at 11:55:53 AM

Slot machine jingles and flashing lights -- and the future of 29 employees -- will all be on hold when the famed Cal Neva Resort shuts down its casino floor at month's end.

The 5,365-square-foot casino owned by Canyon Capital Realty Advisors will close March 31, the company announced Wednesday, effectively cutting ties with current casino operator Luna Gaming Tahoe, which is owned by Luna Entertainment.

Cal Neva Casino Gaming Manager Wayne Thompson said he is among 29 Luna Gaming Tahoe employees who will be laid off at month's end. If the resort is able to secure another gaming manager, Thompson said he hopes current casino employees will be considered for positions once it opens. the source
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