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Sports books could soon be taking bets on things like election outcomes and winners of reality shows. The Nevada Gaming Commission recently approved rule changes that would allow casinos to take bets on non sporting events. We talk with race and sports book operators about the new rule changes and whether or not betting on things like the Oscars is a good idea.

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Kirk Golding, SR Vice President of Silverton Casino Lodge (L) and Lee Amaitis, President & CEO of Cantor Gaming, appear at the announcement of the Cantor Gaming sportsbook at the Silverton Casino Lodge on November 29, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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