Maryland casinos are cutting back on the number of slot machines to make room for more table games and other amenities.
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Breaking the bank. New numbers released on the state’s five casinos show some improvement in the last year when it comes to revenue.
Can Maryland casinos exceed the financial success the state originally planned? For anyone betting on the Northeast’s casino bonanza, the odds are long on projects hitting financial expectations.
The latest numbers are in for Maryland casinos.
The state’s two largest casinos have been granted permission to switch out some slots for table games.
The state’s two largest casinos say they have a plan to make more money: switch out some slots for table games.
It’s a disappointing end to the year for Maryland’s casinos. With revenues down, the portion that goes to local communities has also shrunk.
Disappointing results. Baltimore’s new Horseshoe Casino falls millions of dollars short in its first few months of revenue. There’s concern the city will see a lot less of its cut.
A permanent ban. A Silver Spring man was kicked out of a Maryland casino after he was accused of counting cards. Now he and his attorney are considering taking legal action against the casino.
Attorneys are pursuing a class-action lawsuit against Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover, accusing its operators of using a dealer school as a prop for job training to avoid paying the minimum wage.
A Maryland casino is looking to hire some of the soon-to-be-jobless Atlantic City casino workers.