Opens to the public on Monday.
Opens to the public on Monday.
half my family will be living there
Limitles is trying to defend his crippling alcohol addiction by implying that it's not a big deal. The difference is that those people were all hugely talented. Limitles is just a complete loser who lives in his mom's basement and drinks drugstore vodka all day.tony bagadonuts
This is a great example as why not to act like a horse's ass on the internet.
A fucking know it all cabbie.....sonofabitch.
poker room seems like it will be sweet. no tournaments to start the comps are .25 a hour and you get 17 tier credits. You have to play one hour to get your parking validated.
Maybe the increase in Gambling will improve the city's infrastructure, like in Detroit...
I wish all casinos would segregate the poker room from the regular gaming floor like this. The noise from the slots is too damned annoying at most of the rooms that I've played in.Level 4 is home to the exclusive 30 table World Series of Poker room as well as the casino’s corporate offices.
Grand opening tonight.
They got the Cleveland hotties selling merchandise...
i cant go tonight(it will be a clusterfuck anyway)but fully intend having a regular sunday night mix game going by summer's end...i cant even begin to state how happy i am to finally have poker room literally 20 minutes from my driveway!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!trip report to follow....
just got home and have to leave real quick..thought id shoot an update/brag.......got there at 930am immediately sat short($100) at a 1 /2nl table left at 1230 with $700 lol like shooting fish in a barrel...thats a pretty good hourly lol
p.s im a limit /mixed game player so double lol
My co-worker was up there for a meeting this morning. He sat down at a 3 card poker table ($10 min) with $60. Walked away with over $600.
He sent me this picture...
So that new horseshoe casino built in some old department store may only be a temporary casino? Gilbert in a few years is going to build one from scratch (depending on the economy and finances) on Huron Rd, complete with hotel, overlooking the river from what someone told me? something about a tunnel going somewhere.... leading back over to tower city? what's the deal devidee?
seeing how he spent $350 million on this one it makes me wonder if i'm hearing things correctly.
link to map ---> http://www.caesars.com/casinos/horse...ng-detail.html
"Horseshoe Casino Cleveland will be located inside the Historic Higbee building......The estimated $350 million new development..... "
Sounds like the Detroit model, just get one up and running while you hash out where you can stick a hotel/casino. If a casino takes in $1M a day, like they do here, they recoup their investment in 1 year, expect it to be open for 5 years and then the old one in effect pays for the new one, capiche?
I'm sure I'll get up there in a few weeks once the insanity dies down a bit. Question for those who have went, what was the largest game running on weeknight? weekday? NL or PLO I'm sure would be the largest.
I hate where they put it, as Rivers in Pittsburgh is a good 25 minutes closer than where this is located for me. I understand why they put it there, but I was hoping they would put it south of town to attract a little more Akron/Canton/Youngstown traffic.
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