The two central Indiana-based racinos finally debuted live dealer table games at their casino floors. This was possible after the passage of a rather controversial bill from the 8th of May, last year which has surely allowed some lucrative changes in the state’s industry. The two racinos based in Indiana which celebrated New Year’s Day by premiering their live dealer table games are Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing and Casino located in Anderson that debuted twenty-eight table games and Indiana Grand Racing and Casino located in Shelbyville which premiered forty-three table games.
Officials of the two racinos situated near the state’s capital have been pushing strongly for this change which finally allowed operators in the state to add more casino fun to their venues. However, not everything was running as smooth as expected as the change has come after many months of operators pushing for the change. According to the two racinos’ officials, the addition of live dealer table games will doubtlessly attract more customers their way especially as the two since their opening over ten years ago have been strictly limited to offering just electronic games.
Going Strong for Over a Decade
The Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing and Casino facility opened its doors in June of 2008. This racino includes a massive standardbred racetrack situated in Anderson which is located around thirty miles from Indianapolis. The venue also includes a massive 92,000 square feet gaming space alongside live harness racing facility, gift shops, restaurants and more. The owner of the venue is Caesars Entertainment which operates a number of other entertainment venues in the states.
Indiana Grand Racing and Casino located in Shelbyville, Indiana is also an extremely popular racino, casino, and horse racing facility owned and managed by the Caesars Entertainment company. Moreover, the venue is also the closest gaming facility to Indianapolis. It features gift shops, restaurants, as well as a variety of gaming and entertainment sections.
The facility covers over 233,000 square feet and its gaming floor includes over two thousand and three hundred slot machines alongside a poker room and loads of electronic table games. The venue’s racetrack named Indiana Grand Race Course offers off-track betting alongside many other accommodations including The Backstretch Café, OTB Bar, Bear’s BBQ, El Grande Taco Lounge, Clubhouse Dining, a brewpub, café, steakhouse, and sportsbetting.
Extremely Lucrative Additions
When it comes to the latest additions to the Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing and Casino venue, thee include the most popular live dealer table games including four roulette games, two craps games, three card poker games, alongside four tables for Blazing Sevens blackjack which appear alongside thirteen other blackjack tables, one table for double-deck blackjack. These blackjack variants come packed with exciting Trilux and EZ Bust bets while the two of them are being high-limit blackjack games for high rollers.
Meanwhile, the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino facility added seven different types of live dealer games including three card poker, Mississippi stud poker, baccarat, Blaze roulette, craps, roulette and a variety of blackjack games. This lucrative change was celebrated on the 1st of January where a big ceremony marked the new beginning. Commenting on this rather historic change, Indiana Grand Racing and Casino General Manager Mike Rich said that his team is extremely excited to launch live dealer table games as this change has been several years in making. He also added that the launch of new games at the venue will also see the addition of new team members.