Valley Forge Casino gets table games license

    The Valley Forge Casino Resort got good news today from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board.

    Scheduled for a spring opening, the casino will now be allowed to include table games, CBS3 reports. The 50 games will join 600 slot machines.

    The approval means more revenue for the casino, which means for money for Upper Merion Township plus additional funds for traffic improvements.

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