Casino Insider: Agua Caliente Palm Springs honors singer Frank Sinatra with a new slot machine

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The new Frank Sinatra inspired slot will be available to guests at Agua Caliente Palm Springs on Wednesday, Sept. 14 and the other two properties later this year. (Courtesy of Agua Caliente Casino Palm Springs)

Agua Caliente Casino Palm Springs has debuted a new slot machine inspired by the iconic singer Frank Sinatra this week. The Sinatra Landmark 7000 Wheel is also expected to arrive at Agua Caliente’s sister properties later this year.

The Palm Springs location will also host a Sinatra-themed slot pull from 1:30-4:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16, for ACE club members who want to try their luck and test out the game’s features and music.

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