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Nanoprom is a simple blog site that details all the whats and when's of the global casino industry At the end of the reform-minded century, the politicians took direct aim at gambling the casino across the United States. Public opinion was shaped by the religious leaders who put together a traveling revival to show that traveled the country preaching against the evils of gambling and drinking. These religious meetings held under the large tents offered reformed players who gave live testimonials as to the trappings and crookedness of the "sporting life". In cities from New York to San Francisco, reform administrations stimulated by religious leaders closed down gambling casinos. Cleveland, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, and New Orleans all attacked game operations. Hot Springs, Arkansas, known as the "Monte Carlo of the Midwest", had several gambling clubs that featured lighthouse, roulette, poker, dice, and slot machines. In 1910, Judge Woods chose in a compromise to rid the hot springs of "game hells", shut down from all the casinos. The French Lick, Indiana, they want to be known as open gambling city, severely restricted the operation of its many casinos. The course of game reform in the canton, Ohio, is typical of what happened in many locales. In 1911, two traveling preachers, Quinn and Ashby, convinced Canton officials that the game was rampant in their city. Officials prevailed over the sheriff, who responded by attacking two of the largest gaming corridors. According to police reports, several cars of the game paraphernalia were taken off and burned. After a few months, the attacked casinos opened again to the business as usual.

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