Secretive Chinese high rollers who prefer hot tea to cocktails and private baccarat rooms to glitzy public gaming floors are pouring money into Las Vegas. Yet, as this in-depth feature notes, U.S. casinos haven't yet figured out the best way to woo Asian tourists. "It's going to be harder and harder to persuade customers to come to Las Vegas as we see similar investments elsewhere," said Bill Eadington, director of the Institute for the Study of Gambling and Commercial Gaming.

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