The new Castle Casino in Vaduz, Liechtenstein, opened on Friday, reports local news media lie:Zeit, in a new building on the site of the former Hotel Real.
The tiny European country now has five casinos. The new one has 120 slots, eight live tables and the longest bar in the country.
It is run by Michael Moosleitner and Thomas Banzer, who were previously with Casinos Austria in Liechtenstein, and Eros Ganzina, who was until recently gaming manager at the Grand Casino in Bendern.
A referendum is to be held in Liechtenstein on January 29 next year to test whether casinos will continue to be permitted.