Bear with me here because this is only an idea in my head and one that I'm sure could work if it was pulled off the right way. All the casinos nowadays tend to have rules that push the house edge in their favor alot more than they did 20 years ago. With the proliferation of 6/5 black jack and the restriction of splitting, and doubling down and so on. I figure here is a chance for Tamares to redeem themselves with gamblers. What if they took a closed casino such as The Western which is still standing but collecting dust, and reopen in with a slight remodel. Enough to clear the vomit smell out of the place and offer totally fair games with no 6/5 payouts from the 5 dollar level all the way to the max bet. which pays 3/2 allows DAS etc. then allows you to 100 x odds on craps and machines with reasonable full pay payouts on video poker along with some traditional slots. Not the new ones that are everywhere....but some of the more traditional ones like texas tea, and such. The joint is very small and shouldn't require many people to run the place. See what happens. With rules like that sure they're going to have advantage players out the wazoo but sometimes it's these same advantage players who end up adding to a casinos bottom line. They could offer comps to some of their other properties to start out with, and then if they made enough money they could rebuild their clientele and possibly rebuild/renovate their rooms kind of like elco did with ogden house. Does anyone see this being feasable? I think it would be an interesting experiment. I know I'd play there.