Harrah's Resort Atlantic City was the first New Jersey casino to move games of chance off the casino floor and out by The Pool. This roundup notes that other revenue-hungry Atlantic City casinos are sure to dive in with new placements for gambling machines and tables. "We're sticking our toe in the water, and seeing how it works out," said Don Marrandino, Eastern division president of Caesars Entertainment, which owns Harrah's.

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