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January 11, 2014
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Stateline casinos take $90.2 million hit

Stateline casinos reported a $90.2 million overall loss in 2013, despite $6.2 million in additional revenues during the year, according to the annual Gaming Abstract issued by the Gaming Control Board on Friday. The difference was caused by a 45 percent increase in general and administrative expenses taken at one of the Stateline properties, though gaming control officials are not allowed to specify which one. In October, Park Cattle and Edgewood Co. parted ways, with Park getting the Horizon and Edgewood taking the Mont Bleu. Major casinos in East Fork Township and Carson City saw a 1 percent increase in …

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