According the Spectrum Gaming Group, it’s entirely possible that Las Vegas isn’t going to be maintain its dominance in the casino business. Spectrum’s top trends for 2011 predict a shifting competitive landscape as more states embrace gambling in some form. If you’re in Florida, things are looking interesting with big players like Genting, LV Sands and Wynn appreciating the potential. I know we here in Florida have been hearing this for years, but things are looking more serious than ever. According to an article by Howard Stutz from the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Florida could out-revenue Las Vegas with three big casinos generating $4billion to $6billion in casing winnings a year. Florida is already on the poker map in that many big cashing high visible players like Mercier and Mizrachis are based here, but this could be good news for everyone who wishes there were more poker options with great format games and well run casinos.