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Place Your Bets: Which Gambling Hot Spot Now Dwarfs Las Vegas?

If you thought Vegas was where the big gamblers went to play, you're behind the times. Sin City has been blown past by another exotic destination once infamous for corruption and mob activity. But you probably won't be heading there to play baccarat any time soon.

Las Vegas Strip Has a Winning Streak in February

The Las Vegas gambling industry seems to have some fight left in it. Following a seemingly endless run of negative months, gambling revenues on the Las Vegas Strip jumped 33% in February to $568 million from $427.4 million a year ago, according to WHO TK. Casino operators have their Chinese patrons to thank for the fortunate turn of events.