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Dry run is new Cincinnati casino's last big hurdle

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CINCINNATI (AP) — Slot machines were clanging and bets were flying for the first time Wednesday as the last of Ohio's four voter-approved casinos began trying to clear a final major hurdle before being allowed to open to the public. Up to 15,000 invited guests planned to attend an eight-hour dry run of the $400 million Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati on Wednesday. The event is closed to the...