The Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland will be the host venue to the 2013-2014 World Series of Poker circuit. There seems however to be a problem with the capacity the casino has compared to the full attendance of poker players, the casino will have to figure a way to squeeze in thousands of players within its 3-story building. "We hear great things about Cleveland from way off here in Las Vegas. We believe Cleveland will be an above-average market." WSOP spokesman Seth Palansky said. Caesar's Entertainment, who owns the WSOP brand, also owns a managing stake in the Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland and the Horseshow Casino in Cincinnati.
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