Anything is certainly possible, but it won't be surprising if Steve Wynn's stunning withdrawl from the Foxwoods casino project rings the death knell for the long-controversial intention of building it along the South Philly waterfront.
That's because it's hard to figure why any gaming industry operation would swoop in on a project abandoned by the man who essentially invented the modern gambling business. Logically speaking, who in the world would think, "Well, Wynn doesn't believe he can be successful there, so it's a perfect opportunity for me?"
To put it another way: Would any software company invest in technolgy that Bill Gates or Steve Jobs publicly rejected? Of course not.