It remains to be seen if there is any interest whatsoever in the Lucky Dragon Casino, and whether anybody out there is prepared to breathe new life into the now shuttered mini casino resort.
October the 30th is when we will find out whether anybody is going to take the venue on, for that is the day it will be going under the hammer, and the Lucky Dragon Casino will be sold to the highest bidder, but it is thought to be the case that the highest bidder will not be bidding very much for the venue.
As long as the winning bidder pays in cash on the spot or can provide a check, the venue will be theirs, so a press release from the auctioneer has stated, and if you do fancy taking ownership of the Lucky Dragon Casino then you will need to be at Nevada Legal News, 930 South Fourth St. in Las Vegas in good time on the 30th to register to bid.
Something that is unusual when such properties go up for auction, regarding the Lucky Dragon Casino, is that there are no major rumours in town as to who is likely to be putting in a bid for it.
Whilst there is little doubt in that there will be a few potential investors at the auction who will be willing to buy the property and possibly sit on it for a few years in the hope they can offload it for a huge profit at some time in the future, there doesn’t appear to be any gambling related company execs showing an interest in the venue.
Either way, it will not be very long before we know who if the property has a new owner.
Duncan enjoys travelling and has written for various online gambling sites, covering news, reviews and everything in between. He can be reached by sending an email to email@example.com.