According to casino officials, the dealers are being hired first to ensure they are trained properly. It can take up to three months of training for dealers to be able to properly preside over a fast-paced game such as craps or poker.
“It’s very important to us to get the best folks to live up to the legendary reputation that we have as a brand,” said general manager Kevin Kline.
Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati is one of four Ohio Casinos approved by voters in 2009. When complete, the $400 million property will feature 2,000 slot machines, 85 table games and a 31-table poker room. The property will be operated by Caesars Entertainment Corp., which also opened the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland in May.