Early 2020 Casino Changes (Live Q&A) | Colorado Slots in 2019
In this live Q&A session for answering all your slots-related questions, we discuss early 2020 casino changes. Why? Because casinos have business plans which change with the year and 2020 is almost here! We get into the buying and selling of casinos, like Mountaineer Casino, and much more. Plus, Colorado slots in 2019.
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Quick Episode Summary
- Intro (0:00)
- Changes at Casinos to Watch for in Early 2020 (Live Q&A) (1:23)
- Colorado Slot Machine Casino Gambling in 2019 (1:00:46)
- Relevant Legal Statutes on Gambling in Colorado
- Slot Machine Private Ownership in Colorado
- Gaming Control Board in Colorado
- Casinos in Colorado
- Non-Tribal Casinos in Colorado
- American Indian Casinos in Colorado
- Other Gambling Establishments
- Our Colorado Slots Community Facebook Group
- Payout Returns in Colorado
- Annual Progress in Colorado
- Closing (1:09:12)
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