Maryland Live is little more than a slots hall with pricey table games. The casino is in a bland cement building. It's nicer on the inside, but completely lacks character or style. There are an unbelievable number of slot machines, so if that's your thing, you'll have lots of options. There are a few video poker machines with lousy payouts, and they are right by an exit where people go to smoke, so it reeks in this area.
There are table games, but the minimums are $25-$50 at every table (except for one, odd chipless blackjack table with continuous shuffling). This was Tuesday night; minimums are probably higher on weekends. Surprisingly, people still filled the tables. Seems to me that if you can afford to play at $25+ per hand, you can afford to patronize a nicer casino than this.
Aside from the slots and table games, there's not much here. A couple of restaurants (Bobby Flay Burger Palace, Cheesecake Factory, Noodles, a Steakhouse and a buffet), a bar area and did I mention how many slots machines there are?
It's mercifully non-smoking, but I can't give much credit for following the law. Parking is also free and ample.
Save your gambling money for a trip to the Strip. Your bankroll will last longer, you'll eat better and you'll have more fun.
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