The casino at Valley Forge will feature featuring 600 slot machines and 50 table games and gambling will be restricted to individuals who are attending a convention or meeting at the property, spend a minimum of $10 in one of the resort’s dining, nightlife or retail outlets, or purchase a membership.

Valley Forge is the first of the smaller “resort” casinos that were allowed for in the 2004 law that legalized Pennsylvania casinos. The state’s second “resort” license had been given to Nemacolin Woodlands Resort near Pittsburgh. That casino, Lady Luck Nemacolin, is expected to open by late 2012.

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