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Resorts World Catskills executives held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 6 for the casino resort’s new poker room. Posing are Mathew Grogan, manager of events and promotions, left; Charlie Degliomini, executive vice president; Jack Kennedy, executive director of table games; David Urie, poker manager; and Ron Caverly, executive director of guest services.

Ribbon cutting for poker room

MONTICELLO, NY — Resorts World Catskills on March 5 opened and had a ribbon cutting for a new poker room.

Empire Resorts says that at 5,000 square feet, the room is the largest poker room of any commercial casino in New York, and features 19 tables, 80 dealers. It will also offer many amenities including USB charging ports at every table and an inroom cashier.

The minimum buy-in to play poker is $30. Players will have the opportunity to play various types of poker, and poker tournaments will be introduced later this year. The poker room is located on the second floor, and is accessible from the main entrance and the 1,600-spot parking garage.

“We are committed to providing our guests with the region’s most extensive, exciting luxury experiences, and our new poker room is best in its class and a perfect example of this commitment,” said Ryan Eller, president and CEO of Resorts World Catskills. “We are confident that this poker room, paired with our property’s vast array of other offerings and amenities, will solidify Resorts World Catskills as the region’s premier casino resort destination.”


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