UNCASVILLE – Once the pomp and circumstance of a morning celebration to start legalized gambling in Connecticut wears off – no more TV cameras, no more lawmakers mingling and shaking hands, no more ribbon cuts – the gambling hall near the temporary sportsbook at Mohegan Sun Casino provided the usual sights and sounds.
Lights flashed and bells rang from nearby slot machines. Music played in the distance. Governor Ned Lamont had left the building to head to Foxwoods Resorts Casino for another photo op and ceremonial first bet, leaving the area open to exploration for everyone from the casual passerby to the professional handicapper.
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