Thursday, November 18, 2010

Guess the casino, #695

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Answer: Binion's


Mark T said...

Strangely, I figured this one out through logic alone:

Looks like a photo of an old-timey event (a parade?), from perhaps the 40's or 50's. If this is in a casino, said casino was almost certainly involved in the parade/float and therefore should have been around then. That rules out the strip and basically means you're downtown.

Float in parade appears to be sort of old-school yee-hah. That type of individuality and personality sure sounds like a casino which is bound up in the reputation of a particular man, as opposed to a board of directors, or a group of mafia thugs. It sounds like the sort of thing only an egocentric individual owner of a casino would even approve in the first place.

That sure sounds like the Horseshoe is the only choice that fits all those criteria, so I had to go with Benny's old stomping grounds.

Rakewell said...

Nice work. But if you had just looked real close, you could have seen that the float says "HORSESHOE" on it. :-)