A 20-Year Roll 

An inside look at two decades of Tunica County gaming and how it changed the Mid-South.

Hail, Hardface. In addition to having one of the great nicknames of all time, Hardface, whose real name was Harold Clanton, was in some ways the grandfather of Tunica gambling. He had a tough look that worked — think Morgan Freeman in…

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