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Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel

 

 

 
Binion's Gambling Hall and Casino- where the World Series of Poker started in 1970 with six players.  The casino is formerly known as Binion's Horseshoe.
 

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Binion's blackjack dealers were dressed for the Summer of '69 celebration of 2009.  This is an open-air table located at the corner edge of the casino on the Fremont Street Experience.

 

(Click on the photo to be taken to the Summer of '69 celebration page--click the back arrow to return to this page.) 

 
  

Binion's closed it's 365-room hotel in December, 2009 due to the Recession.  But the casino is open, and visitors can still have their photo taken with $1,000,000 dollars! 

 

Playing craps at Binion's. 

 

In celebration of Halloween, this fellow greets Binion's gamblers and guests as they entered the casino from the Fremont Street Experience. 

 

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