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  • wcpjr98 wcpjr98 Apr 21, 2005 2:49 PM Flag

    i will explain move

    <<igt still has 70% of market>> The word is HAD.

    WMS,AGI, and ARLUF with their new machines are taking business from IGT, and there is a new player in town with deep pockets----GTK.

    Can you say "Progressive" business????which is down. "Casino without walls" is NOT a true statement anymore.

    Still half the pie is nothing to sneeze at...imo

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    • <<<<igt still has 70% of market>> The word is HAD.>>

      Please cite your source....I have seen no reliable sources that indicate a declining marketshare. Your statement is complete conjecture!

      In the CC, did IGT indicate plans to repurchase shares? Was that even addressed?

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      • repurchase of shares was addressed....quiet period ends tomorrow and they had already stated how much money was set aside....I dont recall...see transcript of cc.....but they do plan to continue to repurchase...see transcripts of cc....

      • <<Please cite your source....I have seen no reliable sources that indicate a declining marketshare. Your statement is complete conjecture!>>

        JP Morgan(08/04/2005)report on IGT.

        If you might want to go to casino, and see what is on the gaming floor. AGI, WMS, and AFLUF are taking market share from IGT.

        IGT laughed at the penny slots at first, but they are not laughing now....The Little Blue Haired Ladies love these Machine.....Try MR CASHMAN, and you will never go back to WOF. ...imo

 
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