ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — The parent company of the former Trump Plaza casino is selling off its slot machines.

Trump Entertainment Resorts is asking a bankruptcy court in Delaware for permission to sell the last 353 of its slots to Patriot Gaming & Electronics, a New Jersey firm that sells new and used slot machines and parts.

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The machines would be sold for just under $150,000.

A previous batch of slots from the casino has already been sold.

Trump Plaza closed on Sept. 16.

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Trump Entertainment is trying to keep its last remaining casino, the Trump Taj Mahal, open. But its would-be purchaser, billionaire Carl Icahn, says the Taj “will almost certainly close.”

The company will only commit to running the Taj through the end of November.

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