In this Sept. 24, 2015, photo, JoAnne Santelli, left, and Beverly Aus played gaming machines at the Downtown Grand hotel and casino in Las Vegas. As gamblers move away from traditional slot machines, game-makers and casinos are looking at new ways to keep people playing.
In this Sept. 24, 2015, photo, JoAnne Santelli, left, and Beverly Aus played gaming machines at the Downtown Grand hotel and casino in Las Vegas. As gamblers move away from traditional slot machines, game-makers and casinos are looking at new ways to keep people playing. John Locher Associated Press
In this Sept. 24, 2015, photo, JoAnne Santelli, left, and Beverly Aus played gaming machines at the Downtown Grand hotel and casino in Las Vegas. As gamblers move away from traditional slot machines, game-makers and casinos are looking at new ways to keep people playing. John Locher Associated Press

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