The new limits per table are three players at blackjack, four at roulette and poker and six at craps. MGM’s Bellagio room will feature 23 tables, each of which will have a maximum of six players, per reopening guidelines established by the Gaming Control Board. Additionally, plexiglass has been installed at all tables to meet physical distancing guidelines, officials said. Two of the tables will be in the high-limit room.
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The Caesars Palace room will be available from 10 a.m. until 2 a.m. Thursday through Sunday, according to a Caesars Entertainment spokeswoman, Las Vegas Sun reports. Guests at poker tables there will be required to wear face masks.
Unlike before the closures, food will not be allowed in the Bellagio poker room, the same for guests or spectators.
Bellagio and Caesars Palace reopened June 4, the initial day casinos were permitted to come back in Nevada. The Venetian's poker room opened June 5.