The Maryland casino will be adding eight poker tables and 12 tables for other games, including craps, roulette, and blackjack as well as three and four-card poker.
“It’s going to be great for the casino. Now we are going to have a full casino package,” said casino spokeswoman Jennifer Miglionic. “Now we will have live action tables.”
No official date has been set for the launch of the casino’s table games, but it will be announced as soon as the casino has any further information. The casino is currently still working with Maryland Lottery officials on the approval process for setting up the games.