Black Hawk to Implement Amendment 50 Changes on July 2nd, 2009

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Black Hawk to Implement Amendment 50 Changes on July 2nd, 2009

The city of Black Hawk in the state of Colorado will receive a much needed boost not only in the gaming market but in their gambling business as well on July 2nd, 2009 with the enforcement of the Amendment 50 changes. Casino facilities in Colorado's gambling locations like Black Hawk could offer a maximum of $100 wager limit. Casino facilities will also be permitted to operate for twenty-four hours.

Two new games will also be added to the gaming line-up of casinos: the game of craps and roulette. Gaming enthusiasts received the opportunity to learn these two new casino games at the Golden Gulch casino facility, using play money. One gamer said that this is a good opportunity to learn the two new games because even if you lose, you are not really losing your hard earn money. The player added that they will be better prepared by the time that they will play the two new games by participating in these practice games.

The Golden Casino Organization stated that they have been preparing for the implementation of the Amendment 50 for the past three months. Casino officials said that they hired new staff and trained new casino dealers to handle the new games. Their gaming business has been down by more than twenty percent since the implementation of the smoking ban and the global financial crisis.

But with the new gaming laws they are hoping to change their luck and earn substantial profits. Jef Bauer, VP of Golden Casino Group said that July 2nd, 2009 at 12:01 a.m. will feel like New Year's Eve for them with all the new gaming changes.


David M. Bedingfield