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Cornhole, dogs, beer...and slots?
Cornhole, dogs, beer...and slots?

Long before Horseshoe Casino Baltimore opened in August, its operator studied the game-day habits of football fans in other cities — Cleveland, New Orleans, Cincinnati — where it runs casinos similarly situated near NFL stadiums. So Caesars Entertainment Corp. knew how much Ravens fans would need their pregame cornhole games, big TVs, snacks and beer. NFL season-ticket holders tend to be creatures of habit and — by providing them sustenance, bathrooms, cornhole, music and parking discounts — Horseshoe aims to become part of Ravens fans' ritual by mimicking the tailgate experience before and after games. Attracting Ravens and Orioles fans is an important part...