The state's two largest casinos — Maryland Live and Horseshoe Baltimore — each proposed eliminating 300 slot machines and adding additional table games, from which the casinos keep more of the revenue, according to state documents.
At 4-foot-6 and 70 pounds, he is hardly an imposing Under Armour model, but 10-year-old Thomas Geyer of Havre de Grace loves sports and possesses just the right look.
The division of Caesars Entertainment Corp. that operates the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday, but customers of the Russell Street gambling destination should barely notice the restructuring.
The Mid-Atlantic Sports Network says in new court filings it has uncovered further evidence that Major League Baseball tainted the arbitration process to resolve a lingering television-rights fee dispute between the Baltimore Orioles and the Washington Nationals.
Maryland casinos asked the state last March to permit their blackjack dealers to draw a card on a "soft 17" hand — a hand adding up to 17 including an ace, which can be counted as a 1 or an 11 — instead of having to stand pat.
The U.S. Olympic Committee on Thursday selected Boston as its candidate to compete for the 2024 Summer Olympics, quashing this region's hope of hosting the international sports spectacle.
After months of gains, overall revenue of the state’s five casinos dropped to $85.6 million in December from $90.2 million the previous month, according to totals released Monday.
Maryland Live casino has opened a new restaurant – a New York-style deli – to go with its half-dozen other restaurants and its buffet.