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World Series of Poker officials did not know what to expect this year after declining numbers the past couple of years. The 2010 version, however, was a huge success, with the main event attracting the second most participants in the history of the event.

That was all good news for the Rio and other Las Vegas casinos that have been struggling since the economic recession in the US. Casino revenue has been dropping fast at the two major gaming destinations in the country, Las Vegas and Atlantic City.

Unlike AC, Las Vegas casinos had the luxury of an event such as the WSOP to drive up visitor numbers from late May to this past week. The gamblers came in thousands to take their shot at becoming the next great poker story.

In the end, some players found gold, while others left Sin City in the same manner that they always have, broke. There were stories of players who broke even, but those stories are few and far between. Even players who had some success at the WSOP were inclined to spend extra money on some of the smaller cash games and tournaments in Vegas the past couple of months.

Atlantic City casinos are struggling with increased competition, and the same can be said for Las Vegas. Several western states have expanded their gambling options, and the Asian community is staying closer to home with a booming casino industry in Macau and an up and coming industry in Singapore.

In November, the nine players that made the final table will return to try and capture the top prize of over eight million dollars. The final table of the main event will create somewhat of a stir, but clearly Las Vegas will not experience what it has for the past several months, and that is bad news for casinos looking to dig their way out of the desert sand.

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