Why Colorado Residents Should Wait For Legal Online Casinos

November 14, 2022 | By: Cole Rush

Though Colorado was an early adopter of sports betting, the Centennial State has yet to make moves to bring online casinos to its residents and visitors. Why might that be? As you’d probably expect, the answer is very nuanced. Precious little has been done to bring online casinos to Colorado. Offshore and gray market sites […]

Chamonix Casino Hotel in Cripple Creek Eyes 2023 Opening

November 10, 2022 | By: Cody Kutzer

Full House Resorts, which also owns and operates Bronco Billy’s Casino in Cripple Creek, recently announced the “topping off” of its Chamonix Casino Hotel property, which signifies the completion of the building’s structure. Chamonix, which will be connected to Bronco Billy’s, is expected to open in the second quarter of 2023.  Here’s what visitors to […]

Caesars’ Isle Casino Rebrands as Horseshoe Black Hawk

August 8, 2022 | By: Cody Kutzer

After the announcement was made in March, Isle Casino Hotel Black Hawk in Colorado has officially been rebranded as Horseshoe Black Hawk. An official ribbon cutting ceremony showed off a renovated exterior along with signage donning the Horseshoe name and iconic logo. This is the fourth property to be rebranded with the Horseshoe name this […]

Amendment 77 Passes in Colorado, Here’s What Comes Next

November 4, 2020 | By: Christopher Gerlacher

The 2020 race was full of contentious issues–not the least of which was the presidential election. But Colorado’s electoral college votes and congressional races aren’t the only things voters decided last night. Colorado’s ballot initiatives offer a glimpse into the state’s future. One of the most important for Colorado’s casinos was Amendment 77. Amendment 77 […]

Teller County Asks to Reopen Table Games at Cripple Creek Casinos

September 14, 2020 | By: Chris Nesi

Gilpin County casinos, including those in Black Hawk and Central City, reopened table games last week for the first time since the pandemic forced casinos to close in mid-March. Now, officials in Teller County, home of Cripple Creek‘s casinos, are seeking a variance from the state to do the same. Teller County’s Delicate Balance When […]

Gilpin County Casinos Reopen Table Games And Poker, With Some Changes

September 11, 2020 | By: Chris Nesi

Black Hawk and Central City casino gamblers are once again free to hit, stand, or double down as table games in the county have been given the green light to open. They just might not be allowed to touch the cards. During the quarantine order, casinos in Gilpin County were ordered closed for three full […]