Monday, February 4, 2008

Century offers nonstop poker

Can't get enough poker? Then hit the road going north for about 1,300 miles and you'll find what you're looking for at the Century Casino & Hotel in Edmonton, Alberta.
The 14-month-old gambling hall owned by Colorado Springs-based Century Casinos Inc. began offering 24-hour poker in October and will add three more tables during the first quarter to add to the six already in operation. Century said the around-the-clock play "is continuing to contribute positively to the increased revenue and visitation" at its Canadian property, which includes 26 hotel rooms, 25 roulette, baccarat, black jack and craps tables as well as 650 slot machines.
Don't look for 24-hour poker at Century's Womack's in Cripple Creek -- Colorado gaming law restricts operating hours to between 8 a.m. and 2 a.m.
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