This casino employs lazy floor supervisors such Valerie who constantly complains of being bored while on duty and sometimes intrudes into the players personal space, and in some instances harasses the players that she doesn't like. She would jumps into a private conversation between two players. What's worse is that Val allows her untrained dealers to apply table minimum rules arbitrarily. For example, when playing two hands on Ultimate Texas Holdem, some players where allowed to bet the table minimum of $5 and others were forced to bet twice the table minimum ($10, as opposed to $5). All this was done without regards to written rules until the Delaware State Lottery was contacted to force the casino to post the two hand rules and ensure they apply evenly across all players.
This casino also has this shady rule on the Trips bet payout when on the Ultimate Texas Holdem table. Unlike at all other casino in the USA and worldwide, this casino will not pay out the Trip bet if a player decides to fold her hand after she sees the river card. Again, they did not have written rule on this at the table. The Commission is being contacted to remove this uncommon practice by this casino all together. Again, once can contact Terry Perkins (Tel: (302) 362-5425 from the Delaware State Lottery if they want to file a petition or complaint to remove the Trip bet rule.
Generally, unsuspecting victims, many of whom are older, fall under the trap and trickery of this casino. Ultimate Texas holdem players should go to Delaware Park, Maryland Live, DoverDowns, which are much better venues with nicer people, good food and good atmosphere.
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