Not so humble Horseshoe

Cincinnati’s brand new Horseshoe Casino downtown is not for the faint hearted. As an avid gambler myslef I was eager to see what the new addition to the city had to offer. Based on what my assumptions were from previous casinos i had been to made me think that there are very few things that could differ; boy was I wrong. This new spectacular 22-acre building has raised the bar on the casino nightlife. Owned by Ceasars Palace, Horseshoe Cincinnati  has 100,000 square feet of gambling fun with approximately 2,000 slot machines, 85 table games inluding blackjack, let it ride, roulette, etc. and a 31-table World Series of Poker room. It’s amazing to think about how much time and money went in to making this one of the highest rated casinos in the midwest. I would personally compare this casino to those in Vegas, that’s how incredible it is. Of course they weren’t able to build a city in the middle of the dessert by people WINNING money, so be careful what you wish for. Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville was the first of the four restaurants to be announced and provides guests with the ultimate tropical experience with island inspired food and live entertainment.

As for the city of Cincinnati, this casino means wonders. For a city that is already infested with amazing entertainment and opportunity, the casino just provides one more attraction for people to be excited about. A pro baseball team, a pro football team, and a pro gambling venue provides anything citizens or vistors could want. This will bring a ton of money into the city and allow for new and exciting renovations. If it is anywhere near as succesfful as Hollywood casino was in Larenceberg, IN then Cincinnati will have another reason to be put on the map. Time to win some money!


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