The state of Maryland has had a love/hate relationship with slots since the early 1940s. First legalized in 1943, they were banned in 1968 when greed and corruption could no longer be covered up; practically anyone could place slot machines in any type business without the state receiving their share of the revenue. A 2008 constitutional referendum voted them back, this time with much stricter laws and tighter controls in place along with a limited number of permits for the building of casinos. Baltimore quickly got on board and is now home to two casinos, both of which contain some of the loosest slots in Baltimore.
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
Opened in August 2014, this 2-story Vegas-style casino is the second largest in Maryland and received a 5-star rating for best game selection. Over 2,500 slots ranging from penny machines up to $500.00 pulls located in the High Limit Room include slots, video poker, keno, and more for players looking for variety. Some of the hottest and newest games include Forbidden Dragons, Multiplier Madness, Colossal Reels, and the MegaHits progressive. Situated near Baltimore's Inner Harbor and both the pro football and baseball stadiums, it has easy access for gamers seeking 24/7 slot action.
Maryland Live! Casino
Self-proclaimed to be the country's largest commercial casino and ranked in the 'Top 15 Casinos For Slots' by Strictly Slots Magazine, Maryland Live! in Hanover is a slot players paradise. Over 4,300 of some of the loosest slots in Baltimore fill the gaming floor with fun and excitement for everyone. Odds of hitting decent jackpots are high, especially with some of the popular Blazing 7s which have 98% payouts. Serious players may want to give $1 Million Double Gold a spin, where the max bet is $500.00, or try the MegaHits progressive with jackpots starting at $100.000.00. For a challenge, Iron Man has 80 lines of action to get the heart pumping. Be aware, there is a dress code that is enforced; no slouch pants for the guys, no extremely revealing clothing for the ladies.