Financially squeezed Northeast states are chasing revenue from gambling in a fast-changing market with increasing competition among both casino operators and states.

Competitors in this supersized dominoes contest include Massachusetts, which is gearing toward casino openings amid licensing delays while Rhode Island makes countermoves; New York, which is pushing for full-scale private casinos, and New Jersey, which wants to add team sports betting at its Atlantic City casinos in the face of a legal challenge from the professional and college sports establishment.

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