Minimum bets at table games are too high. Betting limits are too low. This place doesn't even sound like a casino. I was there 6 hours and didn't hear any shouts of joy from a winner. (maybe there wern't any) I was there on a holiday and some gaming tables were empty. You would think they would set up some lower limit tables for those of us who are simply pleasure gambIers. Got the feeling the money was pouring in so they simply do not care about their customers. If you wants to play...you pay!
Even their "zombie" games, where there is no live dealer, requires the same minimum bet as the tables. Maybe thats why these tables were usually empty. Although they did break down and provide a couple of $1.00 Roulette games. (if you can find them)
Restaurants are mediocre (although I didn't try the steak place}.
It's a decent facillity but the layout doesn't make sense. I think it was designed by the bean-counters not the marketing department. I yearned for the noisy days of the dixie cups filled with nickels.
My only solice was reflecting on the fact that some of money going into this cash cow was coming back out as some assistance for Seniors. After all, isn't what they told us would happen?
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