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Business goes on at Tigua casino
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2002

The chips are down but the show must go on at the casino owned by the Tigua Tribe of Texas.

All Class III games have been shut down to comply with a federal appeals court order deeming the machines illegal. The casino's food, beverage and entertainment center is still open but the jingle of the coins is gone.

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