Can't vouch for the info, but the source is impeccable. By the
way, the Miami management team is hoping for permission to put
as many as 1500 machines or more in the fronton, which will assure
a large and profitable revenue return, even while complying with
the 30% agreement signed av week before the vote,
By the way, even if the Indian casinos ARE returning 75% to the public, think of the more than $200,000 per $million lost by the public with a 95% return which is what management is anticipating the return will be in the neighborhood of. Why would anyone want to play slots on the reservation casinos' property?