According to the associated press (AP) and other media companies, PokerStars is still interested in buying out the Atlantic Club Casino and Hotel. This comes despite an announcement made public recently about the deal not going through as planned. The AP news bit also reports on Eric Hollreiser (spokesperson for PokerStars) stating that PokerStars' ambition to enter the New Jersey market "remained unchanged". Previous news releases by the casino itself had stated that the deal for the online poker website to buy out the struggling brick and mortar casino had "died".
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