Democratic presidential contender Dennis Kucinich flew to Las Vegas Tuesday, betting that the Nevada Supreme Court would uphold a lower court order requiring MSNBC to include him in Tuesday's presidential debate. As it turned out, he would have had better luck at the roulette wheel, as the state's high court decided that the lower court had exceeded its authority and that the network had never signed a legally binding contract with the Ohio congressman (although it had previously invited him to appear). In the end, the program was limited to the top three Democratic candidates, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards.