I have two distinct lives. One in the trenches of low-budget film and television, the other in professional gambling. Because of the feast-or-famine nature of show business I need a reliable income... gambling. So here you will read about both worlds. Enjoy!



Sunday, January 6, 2013

Name That Casino

It's everyone's favorite game show - Name That Casino. Three casinos, three different cities.



What? They never heard of shooting craps?

17 comments:

Darryl Purpose said...

not a clue!

Percy said...

I would guess Revel for the first one because there's a window.

Second one no idea.

Third one, somewhere in the south?!

Richard W. Munchkin said...

LOL - Revel is a No.

Percy said...

Clearly I suck. I will give Lonsesome Gambler a nudge, I think he might be quite good at this.

Richard W. Munchkin said...

I would say #1 is pretty easy, 2 & 3 a bit tougher.

slickmv said...

Cosmopolitan in the first image?

Richard W. Munchkin said...

Nope, not Cosmo.

David Spence said...

Here are my three strikes:

1. Bill's Gamblin' Hall in LV. No? Dang it.

2. Boot Hill in Dodge City.

3. Chumash in Santa Ynez.

Richard W. Munchkin said...

Okay, it is time for a hint. David got 2 of the states right.

Percy said...

If I can guess again, I would say Aria for the first one, but I'm really not sure.

Percy said...

Can we play Name That AP next time?! Or even Dealer? I reckon they would get better traffic than Name That Casino.

happy said...

#3 Hollywood Casino in columbus?

Richard W. Munchkin said...

No, sorry. We can eliminate the state of Ohio altogether.

a pilot said...

#3: The Grand in OK (just like that IHOP) !

Richard W. Munchkin said...

Winner, winner, chicken dinner. Now #2 is the only one not solved.

Hint: It is in CA.

Okie Gambler said...

Dang, I'm too late. Pilot beat me to it. The Fire Lake Grand in Shawnee OK is one of my locals, but when I saw that distinctive font I was like "no way, can't be."

VABJ said...

#2 Barona in San Diego, CA ??