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Seminole casino gets Vegas-style slots

St. Petersburg Times,  Thursday, March 13, 2008 at 3:19:04 AM

Coconut Creek, Florida -- With a faux show girl and a black-suited trio impersonating the Rat Pack, the Seminole Tribe of Florida celebrated the arrival of Las Vegas-style slot machines at its north Broward County casino.

But the tribe's most profitable gambling venue, the Tampa Seminole Hard Rock Casino, will have to wait until early summer for the new slots, and even longer for the state's only legal blackjack and baccarat.

The card games are expected to debut in June at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, said Seminole Gaming CEO Jim Allen during the event Wednesday at the tribe's Coconut Creek Casino. Tampa should get into the action in late summer or early fall, he said. the source
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