Congrats to the Great State of Indiana

ejd_5277

EOG Dedicated
#7
There are two tracks outside Indianapolis with slot machines ad electronic tables: Hoosier Park and Indiana Grand. Both now owned by Caesars.

The article mentions that both those facilities now stand to get live table games in an expedited fashion.
 
#13
Very nice golf course at that Rising Sun Property.

You’d have to think Michigan can’t be far off regarding sports betting.
Yes....links layout....played many times.

But if you travel just a little farther SW down the river, across from KY Speedway....the Tom Fazio design at Beltera Casino will really impress....nice casino as well
 

Valuist

EOG Dedicated
#15
Ohio getting close. Proposals so far would allow for sports betting at casinos and racinos, and mobile betting also is likely to be approved, per lead story in today's Cleveland Plain Dealer.
 
#16
I think the states waited to see what NJ took in cash and now many states want it. Very big states with more people than NJ still have to go online & legal. Pa. should be going Online this week or next.
 
#20
Ohio getting close. Proposals so far would allow for sports betting at casinos and racinos, and mobile betting also is likely to be approved, per lead story in today's Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Only reservation is that the Ohio Lottery Commission will be in charge. I I don’t hold much faith I’ll get a fair game price wise if they’re left to run things.
 

FairWarning

Bells Beer Connoisseur
#22
Once Ohio gets approved, then maybe MI will jump aboard as well. All the states around MI have it. Only problem is nothing ever gets done in MI.
I think Will Hill gets a lot of the Michigan casino business outside of Detroit since they are all Indian-owned. I’m looking to see who gets the Four Winds South Bend sportsbook, I think they are the only Indian-owned casino in Indiana.
 

Valuist

EOG Dedicated
#23
Only reservation is that the Ohio Lottery Commission will be in charge. I I don’t hold much faith I’ll get a fair game price wise if they’re left to run things.
Competition will (or should) keep them from screwing up too badly. PA and WV already up and running; Indiana has approved and will be up and running.
 
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