The casino has had a strong demand for table games since it opened five months ago and casino officials were more than happy to accommodate gamblers’ needs. While most of the new tables will be blackjack tables, casino officials will also be adding new roulette and baccarat tables.
The increase in table games will need to be approved by the Ohio Casino Control Commission before the casino can make any changes. The Commission will be considering the request on November 14.
If the plan is approved, the Horseshoe will be removing 2,100 slot machines to make room for the new table games. In the last three months, tables games have accounted for 30 to 33 percent of the Horseshoe’s adjusted gross revenue.