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$2,000 Tuesdays have come to Capitol Casino

Capitol Casino has put a new promotion in play for 2018, with a $2,000 weekly drawing every Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. Customers with Players Rewards cards will receive raffle tickets in Texas Hold’em, Omaha, and tournament play for pocket aces and qualifying full houses.

From 4 to 7 p.m. and 12 to 5 a.m. daily they offer double raffle tickets in these games as well to further improve your chance of being picked in Tuesday’s drawing. There will be a total of six winners for each drawing (two each of $500, $300, and $200).

Up next is a special tournament on Sunday Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. It will be a $3,000 guaranteed prize pool tournament with a $30 buy-in and one $30 add-on or re-buy. Yes, this is the day of the big game, but last year’s event wrapped up by about 2:15 p.m., so you should have plenty of time to get home for the kickoff.

The tournament structure will be the same as weekday events. For those who want to stay and watch the big game at Capitol Casino, they are giving away $100 per quarter high hand bonus cash for Hold’em and $25 per quarter for Omaha—a total of $500.

Capitol Casino’s remodeling project is moving along quite nicely, and they hope to be settled in the newly-remodeled Dragon Room by the Chinese New Year (Feb. 16). During construction, Blackjack, Pai-Gow, and Baccarat have been temporarily located to the bar area.

Capitol Casino has some of the best food in the area, serving both American and Asian cuisine in the restaurant as well as at your gaming table. Come join them for a well-prepared meal in a smoke free environment.

For more information on their tournament schedule, promotions, and all other events please visit their website at www. capitol-casino.com or phone 916-446-0700 and speak to a floor manager.

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