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He'd only been in town a few weeks when he made the fatal mistake of sitting with his back to the door, playing a poker hand of black aces and eights, known thereafter as a Dead Man's Hand. Virtually no retail exists in downtown Deadwood today - and there are definitely no gathering spots like Marie's Cafe. The downstairs is mostly restored to its historic glory; the upstairs remains stuck in the flophouse days. The city renovated its fire station, museum and library. After the last defeat, the Costners threatened to pull the plug on the project. They criss-crossed the state drumming up support for a state constitutional amendment legalizing limited gambling inside the city limits of Deadwood. So the state, the county and the town of Deadwood offered the brothers millions in tax breaks, plus help with a short-line railroad between Rapid City and Deadwood. In seven years, Deadwood's gaming halls have multiplied, going from nine at the start to a current high of Today the town has 2, slot machines and 68 blackjack and poker tables. This is the mining camp, founded in , where Wild Bill Hickok was shot. Cannibalization has extended to the casinos themselves, as some, especially the smaller ones, are finding it hard to make a living in such a competitive world. Downstairs, in the basement, he shows off the bar where he hosts parties for the bikers in August; the countertop is recycled from one of Deadwood's defunct bowling lanes. It wasn't unusual for a bar owner to return money to customers who lost too much. Some people say it's even taken the fun out of gambling. Now they're planning a resort and casino, scheduled to open in May , that should transform the town yet again. Property owners are also being hit. In gambling, it's called chasing your losses. Others, like Mayor Barbara Allen, believe it was a matter of survival: "We have a degree of confidence now that we'll still be here tomorrow," she says. Before gambling there were nine stores in downtown Deadwood, including three car dealerships, a department store, a few clothing shops and an auto-parts store, points out Susan Kightlinger, a former Chamber of Commerce employee. Shortly after gambling became legal, he and his brother bought the Midnight Star, which they turned into the classiest casino and restaurant in Deadwood. Residents like Hilda Fredericksen and her husband, Dwayne, moved from a house downtown to Deadwood's only mobile-home park, Claim Jumpers, when casino traffic made parking too difficult. Fits and starts But it's been rough going for the Costners, slow enough to make some locals wonder whether it will really happen. The Dunbar will cater to a whole new corporate clientele, says Fisher. Since most casinos don't allow minors, they say the only remaining hang-outs are the fast food joints. Although Deadwood residents say they still feel safe, crime has increased nearly three-fold since gambling - and its attendant growth and tourism - began. Gambling proponents promised property taxes would go down because of casino profits. Stalemate, not boom There's a phenomenon scholars call "cannibalization" that often occurs when gambling is introduced in a free-market economy. Based on the original architecture, the foundation plan or the number of businesses, the gaming commission might decide a single structure should be counted as two or three buildings. City hall and the police station moved into new digs, and a visitors' center was opened in the old train station. A brothel in boom times and a flophouse during busts, it's now a casino. Plans include an hole golf course, tennis courts, an equestrian center, a fishing lake, a snow bowl for sledding, a full gym, and of course, the casino. This rough-and-tumble legacy lingered until the s, when state and federal agents shut down the last three whorehouses and many retailers closed their doors. This would bring back the flavor and fun that had left with the madams. Town leaders proposed a limited number of machines for each building; the first suggestion was 15, later upped to Gambling would act as a magnet to draw in tourists. Then as casinos rake in cash hand over fist, the hold-outs soon sell or convert to a casino. Deadwood was almost dead, and a new Wal-Mart and Kmart in nearby Spearfish promised to put the final nail in the coffin. The Gold Mine resort, a new hotel in the planning stages, is bending the law creatively: Its foundation is split into 13 foundations, enough "buildings' for slot machines. The Sioux have long fought for land rights in the Black Hills, and some were angered by the brothers' plans to build a resort on land they consider theirs. They feel they forfeited their downtown in a Faustian trade for survival. He says he'll probably sell the hotel then, because "it gets hard seeing people lose their money gambling. Trucano and seven other locals formed a committee called "Deadwood, You Bet" to promote the idea. Resort planners are hoping to lure urban professionals from both coasts and from abroad - especially from Japan, where people are crazy about Kevin Costner and the Wild West. Tax revenue from gaming would help prop up the crumbling buildings and replace outdated water and sewer lines. Russo believes real estate will rebound when Deadwood becomes more a destination resort. Hilda Fredericksen, who raised six children in Deadwood, misses the old bowling alley the most. Summer provided the biggest boost, when thousands of bikers rolled into town for the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Classic and Rally, the second-largest biker gathering in the nation. It approved casinos whose only retail was a T-shirt or candy stand. Streets and sidewalks were ripped up to restore the cobblestones and to put in new water mains. He hopes to pay them soon - and get back the wine license the city suspended - when he sells some property to the city. But amid all the new money, the locals lost control. And despite the enormous amount of money flowing through the town, Lucile Tracy, who runs a program called the Lord's Cupboard for the Methodist church in nearby Lead, says she hands out food to about people a month, compared to three people a week before gambling arrived. Betty Whittington, a Deadwood, You Bet member who has since changed her campaign buttons to read "Deadwood For Sale," says town leaders might have put the brakes on the explosive growth. She took that move in stride - after all, she had seen other area residents relocated for expansions in mining, which was Deadwood's mainstay industry before gambling. The goal wasn't to recreate Las Vegas, but rather to supply an economic shot in the arm. With acres and rooms decorated Ralph Lauren Western-style, it promises to be a hotel the likes of which the Wild West has never seen. The Fredericksens may have to move again. A deal with the devil Some residents say all the other growing pains pale in comparison to the loss of community. Now it's too corporate and state regulators wouldn't allow it. The railroad and steam trains will be paid for by state bonds but guaranteed by the Dunbar.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Hilda Fredericksen says it's a standing joke: "Gee whiz, we have to go to Sturgis, Spearfish or Rapid City to see someone you know from Deadwood. But gambling has exacted a price: When the people of Deadwood lost control as casinos proliferated in their town, they also lost control of their rents, their taxes, their mobility and their community. After three separate votes in the state legislature, the bet limit narrowly passed, only to be defeated in a statewide referendum that anti-gambling forces in South Dakota campaigned to put on the ballot. There wasn't much to cannibalize, and within a year, they were all gone. Now, the people of Deadwood are split on whether their new-found prosperity is worth it. Deadwood enjoyed a brief monopoly when gambling first became legal, but three mining towns in Colorado and scores of Indian reservations have since opened up casinos of their own. The new gambling era began at high noon on Nov. Enter Kevin Costner, the Hollywood actor, and his brother Dan. Legal or not, some bars offered poker games and "for amusement only" slot machines. Townspeople have heard the rest before: They won't come just for gambling. Elmer Pritchard, a city commissioner and owner of the town's Laundromat, says his slot machines don't make him any real money. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Note: This article accompanies another feature story, " Gambling: A tribe hits the jackpot. A few have moved away in disgust. Then town leaders hit on an idea: Why not legalize some gambling and turn Deadwood into a year-round tourist town? He can talk for hours about his plans for the hotel, or about the junk he's found while renovating: suitcases belonging to the bums who once slept here and old gaming tables hidden during a big raid in the s. He wishes he had the money to finish the hotel, but he still hasn't paid last year's taxes. They will come for conventions, to ski at one of the two local resorts or simply to enjoy the beauty of the Black Hills. But, the thinking went, the town itself, and the beauty of the Black Hills, would keep them coming back. By loosely defining what a "building" was, some casinos were allowed to put in more than 30 machines. To open a casino, businesses would also have to run another non-gambling enterprise such as a restaurant, bar or soda fountain. Russo, a former cable TV executive with a New Jersey accent, is eccentric enough to fit in with Deadwood's past. Mayor Allen says town leaders are trying to avoid "Aspenization" by bringing back a sense of community. Usually wearing a leather vest, he looks like a biker who came to the Sturgis Rally and never left. The upstairs still housed prostitutes. Now, it's Deadwood Gulch Resort, with a casino and an 8,square-foot arcade - Gulches of Fun - for kids. Before legalization, people used to make sure problem gamblers didn't get in too deep, says Whittington. First, a land trade between the Costners and the Forest Service angered a few vocal Lakota Sioux, one of the tribes that had befriended Costner during the movie filming. Today, it seems more like a stalemate than a boom. Real estate speculation drives prices sky high on Main Street; many businesses willingly sell out to the first buyer. Having bought in at inflated prices, Deadwood casino owners find it almost impossible to sell. The improvements were underwritten with bonds the city is paying back with gambling taxes. The change was dramatic: Deadwood went from boarded-up to booming almost overnight. The town hopes to build a regulation-size ballfield and spruce up the rodeo grounds. Deadwood's state of limbo is apparent at the Fairmont Hotel. Except for a few hundred jobs provided by the Homestake Gold Mine, the town scraped by on seasonal tourism. Instead, taxes have gone up all over the state. The signature drive worked: It went to the ballot and passed in November , by 64 percent; the state legislature passed enabling legislation in April of the next year; and finally, Deadwood citizens approved gambling in a special town election. Though it's difficult to imagine amid the din of slot machines, some people predict Deadwood will become South Dakota's Aspen - a once-funky mining town transformed by big bucks and newcomers into a resort for the rich and famous. In addition, state-operated video-lottery machines greet South Dakotans in nearly every pizza parlor, bar and liquor store.