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Aqueduct Casino Additions Opening Soon

The operator of the racino at Aqueduct Race Track is getting set to open the last remaining video lottery terminals and electronic gaming tables at the property next week.


Resorts World Casino New York will also unveil two new floors at the facility, including the 5th Avenue Casino to complement the Times Square Casino that opened last month.


The final 2,514 VLTs out of 5,000 total at Resorts World will be available for play starting Dec. 16.


Also on the new floors will be two, 250-seat dining facilities — the Asian-themed Genting Palace and the RW Prime steakhouse — and the Central Park Events Center, which Resorts World billed as the largest event and catering space in the borough.


The new additions are opening four months ahead of schedule, Resorts World said.

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Horse racing has got to get their act together and sell their product without such dependence on slots revenue. Because so many states are having slots at tracks, that pretty soon there is over saturation in the market and then people feel slots are old and stop coming to the tracks. Horse racing needs to sell horse racing itself, particularly the great horses. This is not being done.

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