The Valley Forge Casino Resort, scheduled to open on March 31, gained authorization last month from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to operate 50 table games. The table game breakdown at the facility includes:

•23 Blackjack tables
•4 Craps tables
•4 Three‐Card Poker tables
•4 Roulette tables
•4 Mini‐Baccarat tables
•3 Midi‐Baccarat tables
•2 Ultimate Texas Hold'em tables
•2 Pai Gow tables
•2 Pai Gow Poker tables, and
•2 Let It Ride tables

Additionally, Valley Forge Casino has partnered with Montgomery County Community College’s Center for Workforce Development to offer a table game dealer training program.

As a Category 3 casino, Valley Forge can also operate up to 600 slot machines in addition to table games. Valley Forge Casino must pay the Commonwealth a one‐time fee of $7.5 million to operate table games in addition to a $5 million fee it paid earlier to operate slot machines.