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It’s been a busy year at the Big Four casinos.

Here’s a look at what’s happened to the industry, the biggest win rates and the big bets made.

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Wynn Resorts, Las Vegas, NV: The Billionaires Rule The Big Four is no stranger to controversy.

In 2013, the Las Vegas casino mogul was found guilty of bribery in the Las Cruces indictment.

The case was dropped a year later, but a judge upheld the guilty verdict.

The latest verdicts from the Vegas Grand Jury reveal that Wynn’s reputation was already on the line when it decided to pay $2.5 billion in penalties in February 2019.

The casino is now a $2 billion loser, with a loss of $3.3 billion this year.

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MGM Resorts International: The Blackout In 2019, MGM Resort International lost $5.2 billion to a $8 billion settlement with regulators in connection with the 2014 Las Vegas blackout.

The company has been fined and will be required to pay up to $1.6 billion in additional fines for failing to implement a “blackout plan” for the entire city of Las Vegas.

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Atlantic City: The Last Resort Atlantic City is the last resort in the state of New Jersey and has been the subject of a string of lawsuits from residents, retirees and others.

In 2019 the casino operator paid $4.4 billion to settle claims from residents who claimed that the casino had violated their civil rights by allowing gambling in their neighborhoods and the city’s water system.

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MGM Grand, Las Palmas, NV?: The Great Escape In 2019 MGM Grand earned $2,818 million in profits and has since become one of the biggest winners in the casino industry.

It’s a tough time for the casino.

The Las Vegas Strip is in the midst of an $11 billion redevelopment and MGM Grand’s occupancy rate has dropped to 31 percent, which is the lowest in the industry.

MGM also plans to build a hotel in Las Vegas and has begun work on the expansion of the Las Caesars casino.

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Wynns Resorts: The Millionaire’s Club Wynns is the most profitable casino operator in the country and has a total revenue of $9 billion.

In 2018, Wynns lost $4 billion and will have to pay a total of $6 billion to creditors.

Wynntons chairman and CEO Doug McMillon told The Associated Press that he believes he will not be able to pay back the money owed to creditors, saying “It’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter the time period for repayment will be longer than it would have been had we not been involved in the events that led to the collapse.”

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American Express: The Lost Million American Express was the last casino to fall under scrutiny for its failure to prevent the Great Recession.

The New York Times reported that the company made “hundreds of millions of dollars in false claims, which resulted in the demise of one of America’s most recognizable casinos and the loss of hundreds of millions in revenue.”

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Atlantic Yards: The Next Great Run Atlantic Yards was a part of the American Express empire for decades, and its demise will leave Atlantic Yards in a sad state.

The Atlantic Yards Casino is a privately owned casino with over 3,000 slot machines, over 1,000 poker tables and a rooftop pool.

The facility was built in 1912.

Atlantic has a loss to pay creditors of $2 million, which will be split evenly between Atlantic and Atlantic Yards, the company said in a statement.

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Tropicana: The Final Countdown Tropicina was also one of several casinos to lose money in the aftermath of the Great Depression.

The gambling giant is the second-largest casino operator after Wynn.

It will have a loss from 2018 to 2019 of $1 million.

The Tropicanas debt is estimated at $2 trillion.

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Starwood Hotels: The Return of the Superstar Starwood hotels is the world’s largest hotel company.

In 2021, the hotel chain earned $1 billion and the company will have an estimated debt of $7.8 billion by 2022.

Starwoods CEO Bob Murray said in 2018 that he “had hoped to reach a deal” on a restructuring of Starwoods debt, but the company’s creditors and investors failed to get what they wanted.

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Atlantic Amusement Parks: The Big Winner Atlantic Amuses is the largest operator of theme parks in the United States and the second largest resort operator in North America.

Atlantic had been planning to close a park in New Jersey, but that plan fell through and the resort company now has an estimated $3 billion debt.

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Atlantic Casino Resorts & Spa: The Greatest Win Rate Atlantic Casino is still one of four casinos in the Atlantic City casino area, and it still has a long way to go in the win-loss column.

The resort company is currently the fourth