If the state leaders approve changes to the gambling laws, nearly every Floridian could soon be within a two-hour drive of a casino that contains slot machines.
Gambling facilities in Florida could be in for some changes as the state considers a possible overhaul of the rules.
Slot machines, blackjack and roulette are back on the table as lawmakers prepare once again to tackle the high-stakes issue of gambling in a state that everyone agrees is already one of the industry’s biggest cash cows.
en. Gwen Margolis, D-Miami, wants to make Florida Lottery tickets just a click or two away.
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South Florida’s Hialeah Park, once referred to as “the world’s most beautiful race course,” opened the doors of its new casino Wednesday.
South Florida’s Hialeah Park is betting on its new casino to bring back business to the historic racetrack, once known as “the world’s most beautiful race course.”
The newest casino vessel that calls PortMiami home has received a green light from the U.S. Coast Guard after several weeks of delays.
The new high speed ship, which boasts the service of taking gamblers to the Bahamian island of Bimini and back in one day, has already hit rough waters.
When you take into account casinos operated by the Seminole and Miccosukee tribes, the numerous pari-mutuel facilities, day-cruise and cruise ships who call the state their home port, Florida is considered one of the nation’s top spots for gamblers.