Maryland Live in Hanover is the state’s largest casino, and the second to make a go of table games. And assuming that the Maryland’s state lottery and gaming agency liked what they saw in demonstrations Monday and Tuesday, they’ll be ready to play this Thursday.
You’ll be able to play all of the seediest chance games like roulette and craps, the slightly strategic games of mini-baccarat and blackjack, and a whole bunch of poker: Fortune Pai Gow, three-card, four-card, Mississippi Stud, Texas Hold ’em, and Big Six.
Anyone headed to Hanover to give them a try? Roulette and craps freak me out. But poker’s fun, as long as you quit when you’re out of chips.
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