CEASARS is a well known brand that owns several casinos in Las Vegas.
The recent news of this company states that parking at their casino properties will soon become chargeable. About nine casinos are operated by the company and among them eight would be charging for parking. The announcement was made on 27th
November by CEASARS Entertainment Corporation. The announcement stated that the company wills soon charge for self and valet parking in eight of its facilities across Las Vegas. The Rio is exempted from this plan as it is home to the world class event World Series of Poker.
The dates of implementation at the different venues will differ. As the holiday season approaches and the heavy rush that comes in, the company has taken this decision to curb the space crisis that is coming up in recent times. The parking by fee program will start by the end of the month and even the valet services that are offered at Harrah’s and LINQ would move to the paid model Continue Reading
Phil Hellmuth, the well known poker professional, is all set to emcee the Tiger’s Poker Night which is in its 5th year.
This is a charity poker event presented by WPY and arranged by golf player Tiger Woods. The event, this year, is scheduled for 29th April, and would again happen at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino in Sin City Las Vegas. The tournament organizers have promised both the guests and participants an evening full of fun and philanthropy.
Entries in the tournament would have the opportunity to face some of the world’s top poker players and celeb guests who are popular for their rage for this game. World Poker Tour’s own Lynn Gilmartin as well as Vince Van Patten would also participate in the special charity tournament.
Entries would have to pay a buy-in charge of US$ 11000 in order to enter this contest. The participants would have the scope to become victorious with a number of magnificent prizes, among which a golf round with Tiger himself, professional-amateur spots in PGA Tour events, and various unique items.
All proceedings from the poker event would go to the Tiger Woods Foundation. The non-profit establishment has declared that the money would be used for the buy of equipment for underserved students along with the ability to surpass any and all expectations.