Serious Action at Horseshoe Casino Tunica
The Horseshoe Casino Tunica in Tunica Resorts, Mississippi, has developed a reputation as the haunt of serious gamblers, particularly fans of casino table games. It is also known for tweaks in the rules of certain games to give the players better odds, and a generous comp policy.
It’s not surprising that the Horseshoe Casino Tunica attracts players who take their gaming seriously. Tunica Resorts, also known as Robinsonville, is located on the Mississippi River in the far north of the state of Mississippi, and its residents have long had a fondness for casino gambling.
The 2010 census revealed nine casinos in the area, and at one point Robinsonvilles’ gambling revenues were the third largest in the country, behind Las Vegas and Atlantic City. Competition from Indian casinos has since knocked it out of third place, but a substantial proportion of the region’s revenue is still generated by casino taxes.
A Brief History of Horseshoe Casino Tunica
Horseshoe Casino Tunica was originally opened in 1995 by casino developer Jack Binion, whose father Benny was a legendary figure in the building of Las Vegas. The casino name is a tribute to Benny’s famous Binion’s Horseshoe, a casino that graced the Las Vegas Strip from 1951 to 2009.
Since it opened in 1995, Horseshoe Casino Tunica has undergone several renovations and expansions. In 2004, it was sold to Harrah’s Entertainment, and the new owners succeeded in making it one of the venues on the World Series of Poker circuit. Harrah’s Entertainment was renamed Caesar’s Entertainment in 2010.
More than 500 Rooms Available
The hotel attached to Horseshoe Casino Tunica has more than 500 rooms, including 311 suites, contained in a 14-story tower block. The hotel facilities include a pool and a fitness centre with state-of-the-art gym equipment, a steam room and a sauna. Spa treatments are also on offer. There are five restaurants, serving everything from burgers and noodles to upscale steaks, as well as a Starbucks.
Horseshoe Casino Tunica’s Bluesville nightclub features regular live appearances from top music and comedy acts like Babyface, Foreigner and George Lopez. The nightclub Legends also features live entertainment nightly, and VIP guests can relax in the Founder’s Club bar overlooking Bluesville. Downtown Memphis and the Graceland museum are both less than an hour’s drive away, for guests who want to explore local places of interest.
Excellent Range of Games Available
In keeping with its reputation as the casino for serious gaming fans, Horseshoe Casino Tunica has an excellent variety of games on offer. There are more than 1,700 slots titles to play, and 70 table games, including roulette. The casino also operates on the Total Touch system, proprietary software owned by Caesar’s Entertainment.
Total Touch allows player to use their Total Rewards loyalty cards to order drinks, check their account balances and reward levels, receive real-time offers according to the amount that they play, and redeem free play quickly and conveniently. Meals at the Tunica Roadhouse next door can also be charged to Horseshoe Casino Tunica guests’ accounts using this card.