Hialeah Park to Launch New Casino with Electronic Blackjack
September 1st, 2013 by Site Admin
Blackjack players will soon have a brand new place to play exciting casino games such as poker, electronic roulette, electronic blackjack, and dominos because Hialeah Park, which is located in South Florida, is planning to launch a new casino in a bid to popularize its historic horse racing track, which was once known as the loveliest race course in the world.
According to a CBS4 News report, the race course will throw open its Hialeah Park Casino to the public late in August.
The casino, a world class structure, is located in the grandstand, which once lay abandoned. It offers 882 slot machine games, electronic roulette and blackjack, 23 poker tables, and 3 domino tables. Besides, it comprises facilities such as restaurants, cafes, and lounges. While the first floor is dedicated to slot machine games, poker games can be played on the second floor. The casino sprawls over an area of 30,000 square feet.
Launched in 1925, Hialeah Park was purchased by John J. Brunetti, its current owner, in 1977. According to Brunetti, the race course has attracted distinguished visitors such as John F. Kennedy, Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, and Bing Crosby.
The casino is part of a three-phased renovation project that includes shops, a hotel, and offices.
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