Shufflemaster Rides Upward Trend

Mark Yoseloff

Mark Yoseloff of Shufflemaster says it took four years to place 500 shuffling machines at first; now there are roughly 15,000 in the market. Shufflemaster hide caption

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Shufflemaster owns the rights to casino table games such as "Three Card Poker" and "Let It Ride." It also has 90 percent market share in the automatic card shuffling business. The company has been a good bet for investors: Shares of Shufflemaster are up over four times in value over the last three years. We'll have a conversation with Dr. Mark Yoseloff, the CEO of Shufflemaster.

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