High Rollers

October 2005
Forbes Asia;10/10/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p48
The article provides information on several rich people in the gambling industry in the U.S. who are included in The Forbes 400 list of "Forbes Asia" in 2005. Sheldon Adelson, owner of the Venetian Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, has a net worth of $11.5 billion. Couple Ruth Parasol and J. Russell DeLeon own a 16% stake in Internet poker site PartyGaming.


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