With neighbouring Pennsylvania and Delaware stepping up competition after both states recently passed legislation to allow table games, the New Jersey Casino Control Commission has reported a 13% drop in Atlantic City casino revenues to US$3.9 billion in 2009, the worst financial returns for the east coast gambling city since 1997.




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