You don't see many threads or posts about CC. I'm sure few, if any, of us stay there. I've never stayed there but I've been there a few times, most recently May of last year. It's ironic that the same guy who built Caesars (Jay Sarno) also built CC. He initially charged an admission to the place (because there were circus acts he figured it warranted an admission charge). There was some backlash from cab drivers. You could pay for cabs with chips and the cabbies didn't like having to pay to get in to cash in their chips. There was also no hotel at first, just the casino. Sarnos bio is a great read if you want the story behind the CC (and Caesars and his next big project that didn't happen before he died). With the Riv closing soon I hope the CC sticks around.