|Posted: May 30, 2016, 1:59 pm - IP Logged|
Pinnacle also owns Belterra Gaming Park in Cincinnati. It is like Plainridge in Massachusetts in that it is non-smoking and no live table games. Didn't win the Escape last night, nor anything else for that matter @ Horseshoe. Did you know Caesars Entertainment sold all three Ohio Casinos they owned?
When I saw where "Jack Thistledown Casino in Cleveland looked different after being remodeled" in the Gaming Forum, I thought maybe Horseshoe named it after Jack Binion. After further review, Rock Gaming bought several casinos from Caesars and are renaming them under their "Jack Entertainment" brand. The rewards cards will change from Caesar's Total Rewards in the next couple of days. They own Turfway Park in Northern KY too and I wonder if that track has the same type of slot machines as the Red Mile.
The 2016 WSOP starts tomorrow with 69 events between then and July 14. Caesars will never sell that cash cow.