Because of possible anti-competitive domination of the Tunica market, Harrah's agreed to sell the property, along with Bally's, to Colony Capital, who then created Resorts International Holdings to own and torn city free money operate the casinos (including north myrtle beach gambling cruise Bally's Tunica).
Harrah's Entertainment, which owned a Harrah's casino about a block away just off the main road, reopened the property in 1996.
In May 2017, Resorts and Bally's Tunica were sold in a joint deal, with Gaming Leisure Properties acquiring their real estate assets for a total of 83 million, and Penn National purchasing the operating assets for a total of 44 million.
The former Southern Belle became the sole Harrah's property.
That casino closed approximately four months after opening and remained shuttered for a short time.
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