(Ed. Note: By popular demand, we're releasing the Thursday Aces Casino Blog on Wednesday. You can thank the #1 orange county casino party company, Aces Casino, for this benevolent release. That, and we hate Casino War. Enjoy, and we'll see you back on Monday at our regular time!)
Boy, it is GOOD to be back. A month-long vacation from the Aces Casino Blog felt like 6 months, but all is well, now that we're back in front of the keyboard, and prepped to return to my assignment as "propaganda Minister" of the top casino party company in SoCal.
Hey, I'm not complaining, mind you - The brass at Aces Casino thought that our orange county casino party fans would love taking a peek at the newest free-play game trainers available on the ol' "net." Yeah, I gotta admit, they were fun to play with (and reminded us how tough some games can be, especially that Three-Card Poker trainer), but we've got a whole month of irreverent blog-speak waiting to be pasted onto the ol' parakeet paper, so here goes...
You know, it hit me during the Blog-sabbatical -- if the team here at Aces Casino wants to remain the top Orange County casino night party company in southern California, there is one thing that we HAVE to keep up on - We HAVE to keep up with all of the latest styles, games and happenings that are currently in use or "coming soon" to our favorite city in the world, Las Vegas. Fortunately for us, we're all a bunch of curious lil' minxes (is that a word?), so this part of our crazy blog comes naturally to our writing staff.
So, now that we're back behind the wheel of the infamous Aces Casino Blog, let's take a look back at some of the news stories from the gaming industry in general (and the city known as "Glitter Gulch" in particular) that caught our eye during April's month-long celebration of the finest free-play casino game trainers on the 'net. It's "Back To The Future" time, courtesy of the best Orange County casino party company in SoCal, Aces Casino....
1. -- "The Linq" and it's protege, The "High Roller"
This was one of my instant favorites in the "Vegas Coming Attractions" category. Caesars Entertainment, the world’s largest casino company, has already begun work on laying the foundation for a rotating upright wheel to outshine the current world-record holder of the tallest observation wheel in the world, the 541-foot-tall "Singapore Flyer," as well as the Flyer’s more recent international rivals. The Vegas wheel’s proposed name: The High Roller, of course. Were you expecting anything else??