Scioto Downs is the place with the best odds for gamblers with a payout percentage of 91.6. Horseshoe Cincinnati is the lowest at 89.3%. Hollywood Columbus was 91.4%, Hollywood Toledo was 91.2% and Horseshoe Cleveland was 90.2%.
April 24, 2013ogadmin
Horseshoe Cleveland was fined $180,000 by the Ohio Casino Control Commission for violations of state gambling rules. Among the violations were the mishandling of keys, failure to put problem gambling hotline information on advertisements, use of unapproved dice, substituting quarters for chips, allowing cocktail waitresses to enter restricted areas and ...
April 24, 2013ogadmin
Ohio’s three established casinos all posted double digit increases in revenue for March. Hollywood Columbus had adjusted gross revenue (AGR) of $20.9 million, a 13.3% increase over February. Hollywood Toledo saw revenues of $17.8 million, a 20.9% increase. Horseshoe Cleveland was up 11.1% to $24.5 million. The new Horseshoe Cincinnati ...
April 16, 2013ogadmin
Tired of waiting on state legislators, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has said he will work with local law enforcement to take legal action to shut down Internet cafes statewide. This comes after the chairman for the State Government Oversight & Reform Committee indicated he hopes to pass legislation by ...
April 15, 2013ogadmin
Horseshoe Cincinnati became the fourth and final voter approved casino to open its doors. Opening night on March 4 saw an estimated crowd of 5,000 walk through the casino doors. Previously, officials had estimated 6,000 would show up. The Cincinnati casino has nearly 2,000 slots, 87 table games and 31 ...
Ohio’s casino revenues are well below what was projected to voters in 2009. Gross revenues are expected to fall short some $904 million over the two-year state budget period. While there is no definitive answer for why, there are many who blame the Internet cafes. There is no data to ...
The casinos in Cleveland, Columbus and Toledo all experienced revenue increases in February. For Hollywood Columbus, revenues increased 1.2% over January to $18.5 million. Hollywood Toledo revenues were up 3.3% to $14.8 million. Horseshoe Cleveland saw the biggest increase, 7% to $22.1 million. Since its first full month of operation ...
The Ohio Casino Control Commission has unanimously approved a gambling license for the Cincinnati Horseshoe Casino, the fourth and final casino approved by voters in 2009. The license was granted despite concerns about the financial condition of Caesars Entertainment, management company of the Cincinnati and Cleveland casinos. Caesars has $22 ...
February 18, 2013ogadmin
Adjusted gross revenue increased in January at the Columbus and Toledo casinos, but experienced a significant drop-off at the Cleveland casino. For Hollywood Columbus, the AGI was up nearly 2%, to $18.26 million. The Hollywood Toledo AGI was up slightly to $14.2 million, a .7% increase. And the Horseshoe Cleveland AGI ...
February 11, 2013ogadmin
Due to customer demand, the Hollywood Casino will be removing 500 slot machines and adding 6 poker tables. Columbus becomes the second casino to reduce its slot machines. Recently Cleveland removed 230 slot machines. This comes on the heels of lower than expected revenues. The average revenue in December per slot ...
February 8, 2013ogadmin