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Four Winds Casino South Bend Adds Poker Room

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Jul/10/2018

South Bend, Indiana poker players get ready!  The Four Winds Casino has just announced it will be adding a new poker room.

Currently the casino, with its motto being "Ask and you shall receive", only offers slot machines.

The casino is adding a poker room with construction beginning next week and should be ready by September. The room will be located in the northwest corner of the casino and will have ten tables with live dealers.

They can fit nine people per table.

"We look for different venue hours, different menus, the latest and greatest games that are coming. So as we put the tables back in the northwest corner we will rearrange the floor to open it up a little bit and we will still keep our guests’ favorite games out there,” said Scott Rice, SB Four Winds general manager.

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

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