New Jersey court has dashed the hopes of the owners of two former Atlantic City casino hotels who filed a case to remove the anti-gambling deed restrictions on their properties. This comes as the first setback to their case but it seems that the owners plan to push on. The owners of the old Atlantic Club Casino Hotel and Claridge Hotel aren’t looking to back down after the loss at court as they have indicated they plan to keep fighting to bring casino gaming back at their properties. The motion was filled by TJM Atlantic City, LLC (Claridge) and Colosseo Atlantic City, Inc. (Atlantic Club) which sought to get the judiciary intervene in a ruling by the NJ Casino Control Commission which was made last year. Unfortunately, the motion was thrown out the window by the appellate court.