Caesars Entertainment has announced that they are no longer allowing cash bets for poker at their numerous properties in Las Vegas. This announcement follows the recent announcements by fellow Las Vegas casinos MGM and Wynn who also announced that cash bets wouldn’t be allowed at their poker tables. The fact that Caesars followed other big companies in town in not allowing cash bets at poker tables isn’t really a surprise, especially since the Internal Revenue Service has been looking at cash transactions in casinos.
The Tropicana Hotel & Casino Las Vegas is being sold to Bally’s Corporation for $308 million, the deal will still have to be approved by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas has announced that its supper club experience Rose, Rabbit Lie has closed after a seven year run the property. The show and dining format was the first of its kind but...