Going for broke
By Sean P. Murphy | GLOBE STAFF
With Governor Deval Patrick's proposal to open the state to three full-scale casinos, enough developers have shown interest to require a scorecard. Some, such as restaurateur Charles Sarkis and greyhound track owner George Carney, are homegrown. Then there are the Indian tribes, with their special status to open casinos, whose names - Wampanoag, Narragansett, Pequot, Mohegan - deeply resonate here. Casino moguls with properties in Las Vegas, China, and the United Arab Emirates, among other locales, have shown interest. Here are the players: the contenders, the prospective locales, and the deal-makers.
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