Casino poker has finally arrived in Ohio, with the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland and its 30-table poker room opening up to the public last week. It's the first of four casinos that voters approved back in November of '09 and the one that will be the shortest drive for us Pittsburgh folk looking to expand our poker horizons. I've never seen the Indians play at the Jake (or whatever the hell it's called now), so I'm thinking a poker/baseball trip may be in my not-too-distant future.
In the meantime, Matt Tagliaferri of Holdem Notebook has already posted a Horseshoe trip report that you can check out. And there are a series of articles and galleries up at the Plain Dealer's casino-news feed at Cleveland.com, including some coverage of the Hollywood Casino in Toledo, which will open May 29. There's also, of course, a healthy thread at the 2+2 forums for discussing the Cleveland poker room.
Good luck at the tables, Ohio peeps.