I'm always amazed how players let their session results affect their reviews. With that said, in full disclosure, I... Read More
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To be profitable within the poker Area. Encore should put $25 minimum blackjack tables close by . Say eliminate... Read More
This place has alot of poker action however it seems to be run by locals more than staff and dealers. Some locals... Read More
Your recommendation for profitability for the encore poker room to increase profitability is pretty weak. At $45/hr... Read More
Great friendly Crowd. Get rid of the police officer that forces you to look at the camera upon each entry. Makes me... 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.