It is reported that the Massachusetts Gaming Commission continues to receive some complaints from poker players in the state about the relative shortage of card games.
according to local Report From your mother Northeast Public Radio, organizers are looking to find out more next month about why Encore Boston Harbor and MGM Springfield has continued to scale back its poker room offerings.
“Gaming Commission Chair Kathy Goodstein suggested last week that casino operators should be prepared to discuss poker issues when they submit their quarterly reports in August,” the report said.
There are currently about 30 poker tables in the state among casinos, down from about 100 before the pandemic began. Working hours are also limited compared to before Corona virus diseasearrived -19. The third state casino, Plainridge Park, does not have poker.
According to the report, Encore’s 12-table poker room will soon expand its hours. The poker room is currently open Monday through Thursday from 10am to 8pm, most poker players are used to the poker rooms 24/7, which is what it used to be at Encore before-Corona virus disease.
“I didn’t want to steal [Encore’s] It thundered, but I think it’s coming in a very short time,” Burke Kane, Senior Assistant Game Agents at MGC, It said. “It will be expanded to some weekend hours and a little longer hours, I understand.”
MGM The Springfield Poker Room is currently open seven days a week, from 10 a.m. to 3 a.m. MGM Springfield is looking to increase his room hours.