“If they go to Atlantic City and want a resort experience, then we would love for them to try us out,” said president and chief executive officer of the Valley Forge casino Saverio R. Scheri III.

Valley Forge will be different from other Pennsylvania casinos as it will be billed as a resort destination as opposed to a gambling hall. The casino will also not be open to everyone, with admission limited to hotel guests, people attending conventions, spa visitors and customers who spend at least $10 at the resort’s shops and restaurants.

The resort will feature 600 slot machines and 50 table games, including craps, roulette, blackjack, pai giw poker and baccarat.

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