Harrah's New Orleans

“If yous play a game, yous get to decide on three things first: the rules yous live by, the stakes yous die by, and the quitting time before yous go bye-bye.”
—Adriano “Rat Face” Ratti

“What’sa matter? What’s life if not a gamble?”
—Richard “Big Romeo” Donati consolidating a loser



Harrah’s New Orleans, conceived in 1991 by Christopher Hemmeter and billed to be the world’s largest casino, was envisaged to resemble the Monte Carlo Casino and evoke a sense of the Chicago World’s Fair.

Christopher Hemmeter’s vision failed.

A bad haze lingers over Harrah’s New Orleans, polluting the minds and lungs of patrons with its many excesses.


Harrah’s New Orleans is a haunt for cretins and losers.

A beautiful monument to debauchery, Harrah’s New Orleans is ostensibly glamorous and utterly lovely. It’s all wrapped up in neon-light signs, trimmed palm trees, well-dressed staff, and an immaculate decor.

The criminal underbelly has never looked so pristine, so tantalizingly beautiful. It is a monument of temptation. A temptress built of brick and mortar, being the sole land-based casino in all the State of Louisiana. The riverboats have their novelty, the Native Americans have their sentimentality, the racino’s have their iniquity, but only Harrah’s can boast its singularity. As a result, Harrah’s New Orleans holds a monopoly on the city’s vice trade.

Slot Machines
Video Poker

Hotel & Night Spots

Harrah’s New Orleans Hotel
Masquerade Night Club
Fulton Street

Mortals & Ghouls


Managerial Positions

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Staff Positions

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Mafioso & Molls

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Harrah's New Orleans

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