90 percent of the reason I go here is the casino employees. Best dealers hands down from skill to personality. The... Read More
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I just found out that the rake when they reopen is $10. I will continue to play in NH and never set foot in this... Read More
In this day of Covid, all companies are hurting for workers. This is particularly true with casinos. I recently... Read More
Sat down around 2am for some poker and the dealers to the main manager completely broke the rules and state laws of... Read More
I have a few questions .... Why are there 15 tables with only 3 of them open and 27 players waiting? Is this typical... Read More
Poker in DC & Baltimore
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A wave of optimism has hit DC and Baltimore poker players, sparked by 2013’s grand opening of the Maryland Live! poker room. The stakes are unlimited at this 50-table venue, as poker room management are willing to spread anything if demand arises. Horseshoe Baltimore's 23-table room opened in the summer of 2014 and provided more poker options, while MGM National Harbor has been a hit with area players since its December 2016 grand unveiling. Its room has 46 tables, including a high-limit area with 8 tables and 2 more in a semi-private poker salon. Hollywood Casino in Perryville also serves DC and Baltimore players with dependable tournament and cash-game action. Online poker is not legal in Washington DC or Maryland, but who knows? Anything could develop with such a thriving poker industry in the state.