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Casino Blog Doubles Down On Claim Another Rumor Of Rio Sale Circulates The Internet by Brian Pempus | Published: Aug 28, 2018 | Could the upcoming $375 million state-of-the-art convention center called Caesars Forum be home to the World Series of Poker in the near future? That’s the rumor according to Las Vegas-based blog VitalVegas. The blog reported the rumor earlier this month, which drew a denial from the WSOP . On Monday, the blog doubled down on the reporting that an “insider” is saying Caesars is planning to sell the off-strip Rio casino-hotel, the current home of the world’s premier poker festival. “Previously shared Rio sale rumor looks like the real deal,” the report said. “Caesars highly motivated to cut her loose, insider confirms three viable entities circling. Aftermath of sale will include move of WSOP to Caesars Forum convention center, despite denials.” The WSOP was born at Binion’s in Downtown Las Vegas and moved to the Rio in 2005 after Harrah’s Entertainment (now Caesars) acquired the brand. Rumors of the WSOP moving to a different Caesars casino have popped up here and there for years with no sale of the Rio ever coming to fruition. PokerStars, the world’s largest poker site, claimed in 2013 that Caesars offered it the Rio and the WSOP itself . Just three years earlier, rumors of a potential Rio sale pegged the casino’s value at $500 million .
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