Live dealers return to casino

The tables are turning at Vernon’s Lake City Casino.

The casino has announced the re-instatement of live dealers.

“We get requests for them everyday,” said Clay Riley, manager.

Tables go live April 1.

“This is not a joke,” said Riley, as the virtual dealer tables were unpopular since being implemented at the Anderson Way casino in 2009.

“They weren’t as popular as thought,” said Riley.

The change in gaming means Lake City Casino is able to add 15 new employment opportunities to the residents of Vernon.

The new Match Eatery & Public House coming to the facility in May 2014 will offer even more hiring opportunities.

As a major employer in town this is great news, said Riley.

All tables will be open seven days a week at 6 p.m. daily. You can play Blackjack, Three Card Poker, and Ultimate Texas Hold’em.

“We have a passion for providing exceptional customer service by engaging and entertaining our clients in a fun, exciting and friendly atmosphere,” said Riley.

“Including live tables is the perfect addition as we expand our operations and provide an overall exciting gaming entertainment facility to our valued guests.”

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