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December 27, 2013

Horseshoe giving away $250K in slot play

Winners also will get to knock down card display

ELIZABETH — One guest will be leaving Horseshoe Southern Indiana on Sunday, Dec. 29, with $250,000 in free slot play for the next year from a $300,000 Gambler’s Giveaway. They’ll also have a chance to bring down the cardstacker’s Louisville Skyline built at Horseshoe Southern Indiana earlier this month.

In conjunction with the $300,000 Gambler’s Giveaway, five lucky winners will be using Louisville Slugger bats to help bring down Cardstacker Bryan Berg’s Louisville Skyline.

Berg recreated Louisville Landmarks such as the Aegon Center, Galt House Towers and the Belle of Louisville using approximately 52,800 cards. Drawing times will be from 4 to 9 p.m. with five winners selected to roll dice in hopes of the grand prize at 9.

Visit horseshoe-indiana.com for more information.

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