Although the doors at the Rivers Casino are open, there is still an anti-gambling group urging citizens to not go through them. No Dice President Bruce Barron says educating others will now be its primary role.
"This is a very, very dangerous place," he says. "They have high level psychological manipulation all designed to separate you from your money. Gambling addiction envelops a significant portion of the population."
Barron says No Dice can also aid in doing things to "limit the carnage." He cites closing casinos overnight, establishing loss limits and mailing notifications to gamblers each month listing how much money they lost.