The show, which is set to start the weekend of July 4th, will be one of three daily circuses that Resorts will host in Atlantic City. According to Resorts co-owner Dennis Gomes, the show will be “as naked as the law allows”, and even when performers won’t be completely naked, female performers will wear nothing but pasties and G-strings.

The announcement was made at a grand reopening ceremony held on May 28th, a day after the 33rd anniversary of Resorts’ opening.  During the ceremony, Resorts Casino unveiled its new ‘Roaring Twenties’ image, while cocktail waitresses modeled their new black “flapper” dresses.

‘Sexiness is just part of it. It’s excitement, fun. Everything that Las Vegas has, we’re going to have.” said Gomes.

Gomes, who made national headlines for letting customers play tic-tac-toe against a chicken when he ran the Tropicana Casino and Resort, announced he is bringing a new slant on that promotion to Resorts: “The Tic-Tac-Toe-Playing Chick”.

“There will be this woman, and customers can play tic-tac-toe against her. If they win, they get $5,000″Gomes said.

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