I hope so too. I do not play myself but know that having it on the island is an attractant for those who do even if they are not expecting to play all the time they are on their holidays.
If it didn't reopen then presumably it would have quite a big impact on the tourism in the immediate vicintiy this summer which is the last thing the island needs at a time when things are already suffering because of the recession. I thought that the local authorities were trying to increase the numbers of higher spending tourists coming to the island not put them off by allowing a resourselike this to go downhill ,so I hope they will be pro-active in keeping it going.
Edited: 5:22 am, January 27, 2013