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Moscow Casino Report Released

11 February 2005

MOSCOW – (PRESS RELEASE) -- Web portal Casino-Moscow published a recent marketing report about preferences of visitors of Moscow casinos, based on the poll among 5,000 people.

43% of respondents visit casinos to win money, 38% -- to watch entertainment programs, 10% go to casinos to attend concerts of their favorite performers, and 9% -- because it has become a habit, strange as it might seem.

The majority of frequent casino-goers prefer playing roulette (53%), 25% chose poker and only 16% enjoy Black Jack.

57% of respondents go to casinos on Fridays and Saturdays, apparently, to relax after a work week. Only 6% visit casinos on Mondays, 5% -- on Tuesdays, 11% -- on Wednesdays and Thursdays, respectively, and 10% prefer Sundays.

More than 53% of respondents believe that the most important aspect of a casino is the ambience. 37% think that the decisive factor is the location, and 10% insist that a casino must have a restaurant serving their favorite food.

According to the study, the majority of visitors prefer a "relaxed atmosphere" at a casino (25%); a cozy interior is important for 22% of respondents; and 14% visit exclusively "respectable" casinos.

The rest of respondents chose gambling facilities decorated in a certain style (for example Greek). Most of casinos in Moscow belong to this category.

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