Landmark Reno casino may be shuttered by Gaming Control Board

God knows, with all the woes plaguing Nevada casinos, one half expects frogs to suddenly start raining from the sky (and then frog legs to suddenly appear on the buffet menu). But the Siena, a storied Reno facility that has been in operation since 1956, is now under attack by its own state Gaming Control Board for being $90K behind in its gaming taxes. C’mon, dudes… We’re all gamblers, here… Double or nothing? Read more.