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2 new competitors to vie for slot-parlor license

Competition for the state’s sole slot machine parlor license is intensifying, as two more appli­cants for casino development rights have decided to pursue the slots-only facility, the state gambling commission said Tuesday.

Corporate entities backed by Chicago casino and real estate tycoon Neil Bluhm and by Maryland casino developer Cordish Co. each applied last month for a license to run a gambling business in Massachusetts, but did not say at the time if they would seek to build a slot parlor or a casino resort.

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