Author: Nick Sortal

Seminole Coconut Creek February promotions

Seminole Coconut Creek promotions for February   In February, the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek features slot tournaments on Tuesdays, a Jaguar giveaway on Feb. 27 and some kind of big promo each week. The details, as provided by the casino: Jackpot Party Monday, February 1 – 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. – Casino Floor – CenterStage January jackpot winners are invited back for a chance to win a share of $20,000 in cash and free play. Five winners of $1,000 Free Play at 8 p.m., two winners of $2,500 Free Play at 9 p.m. and one winner of $10,000 cash at 10 p.m. $10,000 Slot Tournament Tuesdays, February 2, 9, 16 & 23 – 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Casino Floor – Tournament Area by CenterStage The top 75 players will be awarded their share of the $10,000 prize pool. Earn $5 Comp Dollars on tournament day to be eligible to play. Veuve Clicquot® Champagne Giveaway Thursday, February 4 – 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. – The Pavilion Eligible guests may receive a bottle of Veuve Clicquot® Champagne. Earn $15 Comp Dollars on promotion day to be eligible. Coco’s Lucky 5’s — $555 Free Play Giveaway Every 5 Minutes Sunday, February 7 & Saturday, February 20 — noon to midnight – Casino Floor – CenterStage Three winners every 15 minutes will be called to win $555 in Free...

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Gov. Scott, Seminoles talk compact, jobs, $1.8B expansion

Scott hears about Seminoles’ $1.8B expansion (if…) For those of you who can avert your eyes from Iowa for a few moments, there was plenty of politics to witness in Hollywood Monday morning. Florida Gov. Rick Scott visited the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s headquarters as the Seminoles unveiled details for a $1.8 billion expansion program, centered on new hotels at their Hard Rock casinos in Hollywood and Tampa. The features include ritzy pools, hotel villas and upscale restaurants – all of which would attract vacationers from South America, Asia and everywhere else. Scott, of course, is all about jobs,...

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Improved layout, same good deli at Isle’s Myron’s

Pompano Isle Myron’s adds counter service, ‘cafe’ The floor plan has changed significantly but don’t worry: Isle Casino and Racing in Pompano Beach honchos didn’t mess with the menu at Myron’s Delicatessen. The popular restaurant re-opened in January after closing about 10 weeks for a makeover. Myron’s had been sequestered from the nearby slot and electronic card games, but workers knocked out a shared wall. Now gamblers can sidle up to a counter and still see the action, and those seated at the previously existing Myron’s tables can also get in a nice session of people-watching. There’s also a...

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Brunetti, Florida City work on poker room, fronton

Hialeah Park owner John Brunetti is working with Florida City officials to open a new poker room and jai-alai fronton by the end of the year. Brunetti said the facility will be “an entertainment center,” with attractions for both adults and children, and will cater to those near the intersection of Florida’s Turnpike and U.S. 1. “We have to figure out a way to get everyone from the Florida Keys to come,” he said. “That will be our big push.” Brunetti, who bought 38 acres for $6.7 million late last year, received zoning approval earlier this month from the...

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7 points about Seminole compact

Statewide expansion was proposed by state more than by tribe Genting still in play, and Tampa is where the money is Last summer saw the end of a five-year deal that had let the Seminole Tribe of Florida run blackjack and baccarat card games in exchange for $1 billion for Florida’s state coffers. Now that’s it’s time to renew a deal, Gov. Rick Scott has proposed a seven-year agreement with the tribe that would bring $3 billion to the state, while giving the tribe exclusive rights to certain facets of Florida’s gambling scene. Scott’s proposal, which must be approved...

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