Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati’s high-limit gaming location might be residence to a one of a kind Asian Gaming Room that pays homage to Chinese culture and tradition distinct to a city which has been Cincinnati’s sister city for more than two decades.
The Asian Gaming Area was developed to honor the history of Liuzhou, China, Cincinnati’s sister city since 1988. Liuzhou, positioned in southern China’s Guangxi Province, is situated on the banks of a winding river, just like Cincinnati’s location along the Ohio River.
Designer Taki Huang-Murao researched and created the casino’s Asian Gaming Space. He stated the area represents an awesome chance to additional unite the two cities by means of the display of arts, crafts and folk tales on the life along the good river.
The game area attributes a floor-to-ceiling solid Burmese teak circular display cabinet that characteristics artifacts collected from Liuzhou antique markets and collectors; a hand-carved wooden replica of an antique map of Liuzhou; 8-foot-tall stone panels carved by Liuzhou artists that depict Chinese life generations ago; a giant hand-painted Chinese paper fan suspended in the ceiling; and three mini-Baccarat tables, a well known table game among a lot of Asian cultures.
The $400 million Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati opens March four.