Not sure about if this is THE link, but it has a little info....
Also here is an article i read on wfa.org:
Former California Casino 'Reborn' As Pentecostal Church
A former California casino reopened its doors this weekend to a different crowd Ė worshipers. According to "The Selma Enterprise," about 1,300 parishioners and guests were anticipated Sunday for the "grand opening rebirth" of the former Vineyard Casino to Vineyard Worship Centre Church, an Assemblies of God congregation. The denomination provided the $2 million to buy the property.
Senior pastor, Rod Haro doesn't see a stigma attached to the former 49,000-square foot gambling center in Fowler, located near Fresno. He believed that God would someday use this "former sinful site" for the betterment of his church, referring to a passage from Proverbs that says the wealth of the wicked will be given to those who follow God.
"People are hungry," said Haro, 48, who started the church in April 2002 and has seen its active membership grow to more than 700. "They are not hungry for church, they are hungry for a movement of God. They want to connect with God, experience God, feel God and know that God is tangible and real."
The casino, which reportedly costs $15.5 million, closed its doors in January 1997, less than a year after it opened. Vacant for seven years, the casino was soaked in debt and hampered by licensing problems.
Haro said for years, as he passed by the casino, he thought how "that building would make a great church." "The Bible teaches us that we are to take back what the devil has stolen," he told the "Enterprise." "It is just a building, but it is a great building, and I believe God ordained it in the beginning for it to be a church."
Associate pastor Marty Lynch, who started the church with Haro, said "God orchestrated" the purchase of the casino, which initially had a $12 million asking price. "The reason why we got it ... is because at every single one of our services lives are being changed and people are getting saved," he said. "That is God's heart."
....I wish praying for better cards would get God to "orchestrate" a little luck my way....