On a whim my colleagues and I opted to dine and gamble here on a random Wednesday night during a week long business trip. Colleague number one blew 70 bucks on the slots, she was the only one of us with any real gambling desire or experience. Colleague number two was as ignorant as I and cautiously approached card games. The dealer was very kind and taught us how to play. Colleague #2 then found a 25 dollar chip on the floor and used it to begin a $200 winning streak before tipping well and cashing out. I played 21 and won back what I spent on the buffet and enough to tip. Non-smokers beware, folks smoke everywhere here.
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