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Gaming History - Week of February 16, 2020
February 16th
2020 - Sunday

1944 - Reno, NV.   The Wheel Club opened at 146 North Center Street. The club offered penny roulette as well as 21 and slot machines. Damaged by fire on November 13, 1945, the club never reopened .

2016 - St. Julien, Malta.   Casino Grand Opening.

February 17th
2020 - Monday

2006 - New Orleans, LA.   Harrah's casino reopens after closing from Hurricaine Katrina.

February 18th
2020 - Tuesday

1958 - Las Vegas, NV.   Fortune Club opens at 22 East Fremont Street, downtown Las Vegas.
Cecil Lynch's Fortune Club, 22 E. Fremont St.

February 19th
2020 - Wednesday

1994 - Riverbend, MS.   Southern Belle Casino opens.

February 20th
2020 - Thursday (TODAY)

1935 - Reno, NV.   The Tivoli Bar, at 20 East Commercial Row, was licensed for 21 and poker. It operated until July 1, 1942.

February 21st
2020 - Friday

2014 - Paradise Nevada.   The Cromwell Las Vegas, a luxury boutique hotel and casino on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, owned by Caesars Entertainment. It was built as the Barbary Coast Hotel & Casino and was later known as Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon.
Link to: The Cromwell Wikipedia   Link to: The Cromwell Website

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