Maryland Live, which opened in June of last year, has been performing very well financially and has been bringing in an average of $1.1 million per day in gambling revenue.
“The addition of live-action table games completes the world-class gaming and entertainment experience we have created at Maryland Live Casino,” said Rob Norton, president and general manager of Maryland Live.
Hollywood Casino Perryville, which is also in Maryland, will be introducing table games March 7. Unlike Maryland Live, Hollywood Casino Perryville will offer eight poker tables. Maryland Live will only be offering Pai Gow, Three Card Poker, Mississippi Stud and other “carnival-style” variations of poker.