Yeh. At long last table games have come to PA casinos.
It was just a matter of time.
PA needs the money.
Of course, Atlantic City New Jersey can’t be too happy about this.
Sunday, there was a test run at the Mt. Airy Casino. But now it’s for real.
Beginning July 13, Mount Airy will offer 72 table games.
On the main gaming floor, surrounded by the ever-popular slots, are 46 tables, including three craps, roulette, black jack, three-card poker and other speciality games.
Jim Tuthill, Mount Airy vice president of casino operations, said no casino is really complete without slots and table games.
A true casino offers both table games and slots. One truly complements the other.
Mount Airy’s core demographic used to be women around age 40 and up. With the addition of table games, she said, that demographic now includes men 25 and up.
I’m looking forward to making a test run of my own.
If you’ve been to one of the casinos, please email me and let me know what your impressions were.