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Black Hawk Celebrates New Gambling Era

09 Jul 2009

Black Hawk celebrates! It is possible to say about a new gambling era in the state of Colorado marked by the state regulations allowing to expand gambling activities in the area.

The new gambling regulation takes effect this Thursday. The changes involve the raising of the max bet from $5 to $100 which is a great benefit for the gamblers. The casinos will work 24 hours a day instead of closing down at 2 a.m. Moreover, the number of table games including blackjack, roulette and craps, will be increased as well.

The gamblers are now very happy with the changes as most of them even had to refuse to play poker or blackjack because of very low max bets. They say that it was almost impossible to hit good prize even being on the winning streak. New betting limits will surely attract more players to the table games.

A great show was organized to celebrate the expanding of gambling. It turned to be a great day for all the gamblers. The guests enjoyed the fake Frank Sinatra and Elvis's show, the Boogie Machine band performance and the whole night playing.

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