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Casino/Resort to open between Woodville and Livingston


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Just now, blesseddaily said:

There's already one there. Been there for a couple of years!   www.naskila.com

 

 

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This sounds like an actual casino, not a gaming parlor ....lol

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Just now, blesseddaily said:

It's definitely a different place...for sure!!! Have you ever brought a BB team to Big Sandy's old gym and played them??? Quite the experience!!!! LOL!!

Yes......and the new one......

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51 minutes ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

This sounds like an actual casino, not a gaming parlor ....lol

I didn't read anything about gaming tables, but it did mention electronic Bingo machines whoo hoo.  I think gambling should be legalized in the State, but I've already made that statement.  As for tribal lands they should be allowed to have all gambling available and the State should stay out of their business.  

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16 minutes ago, DaveTV1 said:

I didn't read anything about gaming tables, but it did mention electronic Bingo machines whoo hoo.  I think gambling should be legalized in the State, but I've already made that statement.  As for tribal lands they should be allowed to have all gambling available and the State should stay out of their business.  

They (the Alabama Coushatta tribe) have been fighting the state over this for many years. There are some very, very wealthy investors from Louisianna that have been pouring in lots and lots of dollars to try and keep this from happening!! Many Texas legislators have increased their bankrolls for voting against this!!The Courts finally ruled in favor of the tribe in Livingston so they opened it a couple of years ago, now they are now enlarging and increasing the size of the casino and adding other attractions. 

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55 minutes ago, blesseddaily said:

They (the Alabama Coushatta tribe) have been fighting the state over this for many years. There are some very, very wealthy investors from Louisianna that have been pouring in lots and lots of dollars to try and keep this from happening!! Many Texas legislators have increased their bankrolls for voting against this!!The Courts finally ruled in favor of the tribe in Livingston so they opened it a couple of years ago, now they are now enlarging and increasing the size of the casino and adding other attractions. 

If there's not any Black Jack Tables then I don't see a reason to even go.  Then  Houston already has many poker rooms that poker players can go to.  

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6 minutes ago, DaveTV1 said:

If there's not any Black Jack Tables then I don't see a reason to even go.  Then  Houston already has many poker rooms that poker players can go to.  

I'm not sure what they are putting in but from what I have been told they are jam packed every weekend so I guess there must be a lot of folks enjoy those slots!! I have always been to poor or to stingy to waste my money gambling so I have never played the slot machines...don't get it!!!

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5 minutes ago, DaveTV1 said:

If there's not any Black Jack Tables then I don't see a reason to even go.  Then  Houston already has many poker rooms that poker players can go to.  

The release said a state of the art casino floor.......don't sound like electronics.....sounds like cards, dice, and roulette.......

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I have a moral objection to gambling...which makes me a hypocrite because I did make a trip to the casino in Durant, Ok...mostly because I wanted to eat at a Guy Fieri restaurant (fyi...the Mac and cheese burger is awesome). I let temptation get the better of me and decided to play a $0.05 slot machine. Third or fourth spin I won $18. I cashed out (Im a real high roller lol)...got me a Diet Coke...and sat there people watching until my wife was finished.

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29 minutes ago, EnjoyLife said:

I have a moral objection to gambling...which makes me a hypocrite because I did make a trip to the casino in Durant, Ok...mostly because I wanted to eat at a Guy Fieri restaurant (fyi...the Mac and cheese burger is awesome). I let temptation get the better of me and decided to play a $0.05 slot machine. Third or fourth spin I won $18. I cashed out (Im a real high roller lol)...got me a Diet Coke...and sat there people watching until my wife was finished.

I got a chance to go to Vegas for a coaching convention and had a blast watching others lose a lot of money!!! Definitely wouldn't go back on my own money!! 

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23 minutes ago, blesseddaily said:

I got a chance to go to Vegas for a coaching convention and had a blast watching others lose a lot of money!!! Definitely wouldn't go back on my own money!! 

I have a Texas Hold 'Em game on one of my computers. The only gambling I have done is with poker chips and fake money.

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4 hours ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

The release said a state of the art casino floor.......don't sound like electronics.....sounds like cards, dice, and roulette.......

State of the Art doesn't mean a shoe deck either.  Loaded dice and magnatized roulette table, I'll give them that.  

 

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I participated in quite a few poker games in my college and Air Force days .... we would start off $5 or $10 limit bets and gradually progress to pot limit  .....  played a good bit of high dollar pool or "billiards" for you city boys .... played ping pong for $20 a game in Korea 🇰🇷  .... I like black jack, but tend to stay away from the one armed bandits for the most part .... I can count the times I have been to a casino to gamble on my fingers ....

 

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