Lady Luck Casino
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Casino Aztar moves a step closer to licenseKansas City Star, Thursday, May 24, 2007 at 2:04:08 PM
The Missouri Gaming Commission is almost out of the casino management business.
The commission on Wednesday approved preliminary licensing of Casino Aztar in Caruthersville, Mo., to prospective buyer Isle of Capri Casinos Inc.
St. Louis-based Isle of Capri has agreed to buy the riverboat for $45 million from an affiliate of Kentucky-based Columbia Sussex Corp. The purchase is expected to be completed within 60 days and is contingent on Isle’s licensing by the state....read the rest
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Comments, Reviews & Trip Reports
Author: RobPosted: Tuesday, February 9, 2010
“Hey pal, I worked at the El Cortez. It has been renovated and feels like a better atmosphere. Only drawback is that it still downtown. LOL”
Author: JohnnyRochesterPosted: Sunday, December 13, 2009
“P.U. this place makes the El Cortez smell like a bakery. The machines and table games are very crammed together. There are some newer slots but most are probably 5-10 years old. Self serve cokes are on the bottom floor and there is a beer waitress(don't know if they're free). You have to walk about half a mile from the parking lot to get to the gaming floor, probably because you'd turn around if you saw the place. The games were o.k. and actually paid fairly decent, but the ambiance was grim. The place reeked of sadness. We only spent around an hour here. I'd really recommend holding out for Tunica or St. Louis.”
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