Colorado Casinos May Be Allowed To Up The Stakes
October 1, 2021
Colorado poker rooms, in areas like Black Hawk, Central City and Cripple Creek, have always been somewhat hampered by strict state laws which prevented the games from being very interesting or playing very big, however if Amendment 50 passes that could all change.

Amendment 50 is a new proposal which will appear on Colorado ballots this fall, which if passed, will change the maximum allowable bet on a poker table (and elsewhere) from $5 to $100. The law will also allow the casinos to stay open longer (current laws require that they close by 2 am), and to spread roulette and craps for the first time. The longer hours, more diverse games and higher betting limits are expected to increase tax revenue, which will then be ear marked for Colorado's struggling community colleges.

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