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The Circa Resort & Casino has taken another step in its opening. 

The Nevada Gaming Commission will meet Sept. 24 to sign off on Circa’s opening planned for Oct. 28. 

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That will happen after the Gaming Control Board Wednesday, as expected, recommended the commission approve Circa’s license. 

Only the 1.25-million-square-foot sportsbook and casino will open Oct. 28 along with restaurants and the fifth-floor pool with its large screen to showcase sporting events. The 777-room hotel won’t open until December. 

Circa will feature the world’s largest sportsbook at three stories. It will accommodate 1,000 people.

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