International edition
October 18, 2021

Even with the low price, there is no guarantee that he can help the resort survive

Casino gambling may continue at Tropicana under Carl Icahn's rule

(US).- Carl Icahn was supposed to be the man that triggered interest in the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City. He put in what many believed was going to be the bid that led to others, but it appears that did not happen.

T

he Friday deadline came and went and Icahn's bid was still the only one. Icahn put in what is referred to as a stalking-horse bid in bankruptcy court. It is necessary for the bankruptcy court to start with this type of bid when trying to sell a property.
 
There was a possibility that a bid could have come in for the casino after the 5PM deadline Friday, but it have been be much more difficult for that bid to be approved. If it had come after the deadline, the bid would have had to be approved by the bankruptcy court.
 
Icahn's bid was well below what the Tropicana could have commanded back before the economy in the US fell apart. It had been rumored that the casino could have been sold for us$ 1 billion. Instead, Icahn and his group of partners may steal the Tropicana.

Even with the low price, there is no guarantee that Icahn can help the casino resort survive. Atlantic City casino revenue has fallen to catastrophic numbers in the past few months, with visitors to the casinos down as well.
 
Casino bankruptcy sales are nothing new for Icahn. He has already bought and turned over the former Sands Casino Hotel. He bought the casino for us$ 65 million, then sold it six years later to Pinnacle Entertainment for a profit of us$ 205 million.

What is your opinion about this article?
  • I like it
    %
    0 votos
  • I don't like it
    %
    0 votos
  • I have not thought about it
    %
    0 votos
Leave your comment
Newsletter Subscription
Subscribe to receive the latest news and updates
Enter a valid email
Complete the captcha
Thank you for registering to our newsletter.
Follow us on Facebook