Personally though, I think Seattle's convention center and associated hotels aren't big enough to handle everything GenCon does. Last year I was in pretty much every other hotel in the neighborhood for one panel or event or another, and the hotels there all seemed to be using their ballroom and meeting room space to capacity.
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