Brian Parker , left, deals out cards for a game of Texas Hold'em Tuesday at the Naples Fort Myers Dog Track.  For the month of July, the track has raised their royal flush jackpot to $10,000 which should help it compete with the Immokalee Casino.  'We hope to give away 20 or 30 thousand, says, general manager Larry Baldwin, We'd like someone to hit the jackpot every day.'   Michel Fortier/Staff

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Brian Parker , left, deals out cards for a game of Texas Hold'em Tuesday at the Naples Fort Myers Dog Track. For the month of July, the track has raised their royal flush jackpot to $10,000 which should help it compete with the Immokalee Casino. "We hope to give away 20 or 30 thousand, says, general manager Larry Baldwin, We'd like someone to hit the jackpot every day." Michel Fortier/Staff

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