Officials at the Maryland Live! casino will be outlining plans to open table games like blackjack.
David Cordish, chairman of The Cordish Cos., is scheduled to attend a news conference on Wednesday at the casino in Anne Arundel County. He will be joined by Robert Norton, the casino's president and general manager.
They will be discussing how the casino floor will be reconfigured to fit more than 125 table games.
Maryland voters approved the gambling expansion to allow table games last week.