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CRIPPLE CREEK - The Colorado Grande Casino plans to enhance its facility by adding 1,300 square feet. The casino currently has 6,200 square feet with approximately 200 slot machines. The new floor space will allow room for more slot machines, four or five table games, including blackjack and roulette, more food and beverage options and an another street level entrance.

The changes are intended to take advantage of Amendment 50 which voters passed to authorize an increased bet limit, additional types of table games, and 24-hour gaming.

Robert Sturges, CEO of the parent company Nevada Gold, announced "We are very eager to begin the expansion at Colorado Grande, based on the recent voter approval to amend Colorado's gaming regulations. We feel that our enhanced facility will draw more customers, add to the overall experience at that location, and improve profits. Eric Rose, Colorado Grande's General Manger, and the staff of the Colorado Grande will oversee the expansion and integration with the existing facility. We plan to have a grand opening of our expansion shortly after the anticipated implementation of the new gaming regulations on July 2, 2009."

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