Don’t mess with all the Ohio Casino Control Act, the Ohio Administrative Code, or the Casino Internal Controls into the ‘Birthplace of Aviation’ state; they truly are viewing you, and watching you closely. So the swank Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland is finding out, after being hit for a second time in 2010 with fines for not doing things the kosher way.
The first fine followed a slot machine being released in to the casino with unapproved computer software; which was just a $15,000 hit, which up to a casino, is like a cop giving you a ticket for a penny. But now, the price is increasing, after multiple additional and random violations were reported, and now the slap has moved to a spank with a total of $180,000.
Among the odd melange of wrongdoings were using dice from unapproved vendors in Fortune Pai Gow poker; encouraging cocktail waitresses to come into restricted game pit areas; removing, storing and shipping three slot machines along with their software (no indication of to whom or why this is wrong); and…drum roll, please…the worst sin a casino can perpetrate: failing to are the hotline phone number on their ‘When the Fun Stops’ problem gambling ads. Whoops.
Senior V.P. Not Extremely Concerned
The Horseshoe’s Senior V.P. and basic supervisor, Marcus Glover, wasn’t exceedingly apologetic about some of it, simply saying that ‘[we] have taken steps to address