Instead they are investing a lot of money in moving the casino just off the boat and improving the food/meeting area. When the water gets five feet higher next year, maybe they will catch on.IIRC Indiana law no longer requires actual river connection for a casino. In the long run they'd be better off moving inland more.
Hopefully, the flooding is only the roads. Thing is, the convention center of the Horseshoe is closer to the river and on somewhat lower ground. It's also not part of the building that floats (unlike the casino portion).
Hopefully, its not as bad as it seems.
I didn't realize how big of a shitehole that place is.