Atlantic City can have market big enough for more casinosBy Press of Atlantic City StaffNovember 5, 2017 at 10:30 pm People spend a lot of time looking for problems to avoid or warn others about. That’s human nature because it often is beneficial. But it also results in overlooking opportunities, which can be as harmful as any problem.Some now worry that the new casino hotels coming to Atlantic City — the Hard Rock International opening next year and eventually one from a buyer of the former Revel — will be more casino hotels than visitors want, triggering another round of closings. Among these worrywarts are bond-rating analysts, the professional handwringers of the investment community. They look for tiny differences in the likelihood that the debt of businesses and governments will be repaid, and if more city casinos divide up the same number of customers, that could result in one.That could happen, but there are good reasons to think it won’t, some in areas of economics beyond bean-counting and others in Atlantic City itself.