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5420 Auburn Boulevard sounded familiar so -0^0-

I put on my glasses and looked it up.

RIVER CITY CASINO long ago.

According to this old newspaper entertainment review, one Dennis Lewis owned the Nashville West:

https://newspaperarchive.com/fair-oaks-south-sacramento-news-oct-06-1976-p-2/

And you'll find some things on your favorite impresario, Lloyd Hhickey, too. Also, if you scroll down, a Pat Murphy, Iarry Freitas & Warren Sjothen Card Room, 5147 Madison Avenue. If huntin' is more your style, pardner, get yerself one of those 169β€œ Remington 870 Shotgun 2V Vent Rib Reg. 189.95. Watch the deer drop dead of laughter as you try to maneuver that 169-foot long barrel.

The second address of Nashville West, 6601 Watt Avenue in North Highlands, is now the Second Slavic Church. I'm guessing there had to be a building tear-down and rebuild up there.

PS: I'll save y'all some time on the 5147 Madison address - it was The Sticky Wicket, one of the entries on my Dark Side of the Moon Cardroom list - had a license but did not make it past 1999 or so. Address now seems to be a bunch of condos. You find a Sticky Wicket chip, I'd sure like to buy it!

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California Card room question?
Don't collect Calif. but love your research
Re: Don't collect Calif. but love your research
Re: Don't collect Calif. but love your research
Don’t believe everything you read....
You do a fantastic service to this hobby, Jamison.
Re: You do a fantastic service to this hobby, Jami
5420 Auburn Boulevard sounded familiar so -0^0-
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Glad to help out a bit!
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Thanks John πŸ˜€
GREAT WORK !! Much appreciated grin
Thanks Jim πŸ˜€
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