Cripple Creek's new gamble 

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When Coloradans voted in 1991 to allow gambling in three sleepy, semi-derelict mountain towns, they were encouraged to believe that "limited-stakes gaming" didn't really mean casino gambling. What was proposed was just harmless fun, a few slot machines in the rear of…

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