Construction on Baltimore’s casino is now going nearly 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Thousands of people have applied for jobs.
The Casino at Ocean Downs says it will set up 10 table games in a recently approved addition.
State officials say Maryland’s four casinos generated $71 million in revenue in August, nearly three-quarters of it from the state’s largest casino, Maryland Live!
The ground has been broken and now things will soon get vertical as Horseshoe Casino enters its next phase of construction.
Maryland Live! breaks through to the next big thing–a 15,000 square foot, 52 table poker room.
Maryland Live! is starting to build a poker room.
Maryland’s gaming program moves ahead with the opening of a new casino at Rocky Gap.
Maryland’s three casinos pulled in $58 million in March.
The introduction of table games in Maryland is positioning the state to win back gamblers after they spent millions of dollars in West Virginia and Delaware.
Gamblers can start playing table games for the first time in Maryland beginning this week.
Maryland casino regulators say they might move hundreds of used slot machines to the Rocky Gap Lodge and Golf Resort from two larger casinos to make room for table games.
The battle over Question 7 is intensifying ahead of Election Night. The controversial issue would expand gambling to table games and increase the number of slot machines here in Maryland.