Maryland’s General Assembly passed it, the governor signed it and the voters OK’d it.
Maryland’s three casinos pulled in $58 million in March.
Maryland’s largest casino says table games are arriving. Maryland Live! says the games including poker, blackjack, craps and roulette will be arriving Wednesday.
Maryland Live! casino announced Tuesday that, pending regulatory approval, table games will be introduced there on April 11.
The casino in Anne Arundel County went Live! with it’s new 24-hour, 7-days a week hours of operation Thursday as a result of the passage of Question 7 in November.
Officials at the Maryland Live! casino will be outlining plans to open table games like blackjack.
Tuesday morning began for the Maryland House of Delegates with the expectation that nightfall would bring a final vote on Gov. O’Malley’s gambling expansion bill. It did, but it sure took awhile.
A panel of Maryland lawmakers on Monday lowered the amount of taxes that a casino in Anne Arundel County and a planned casino in Baltimore would have to pay under a measure to allow a new gambling complex in the Washington area.
Maryland House of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch is doing his part to ensure Gov. O’Malley’s gambling bill affects other casinos in the state in the slightest way possible.
The casino in Perryville has notified Maryland officials that it plans to return 400 to 500 slot machines to the state because of declining revenues.
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