When new gaming laws went into effect on July 2nd, the casinos of Cripple Creek celebrated in style. Craps and roulette were on the gaming menu, the cap on bets rose to a hundred dollars, and twenty-four hour gambling was now allowed. One casino even held a pajama party to mark the occasion. But now that the honeymoon is over, KRCC’s Marcia Ford talks to casino managers about how they’re faring now that the initial excitement has passed.

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