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EricDayz wrote a review about Jamul Casino in Jamul, CA

Better than Average

Close to San Diego proper. Those in central and southern SD can get there in 30-40 min. For people in east county it's like 10-20.

Parking is decent. Takes about 4 or 5 minutes to get from the covered lot to the poker room.

The casino its self is smallish compared to Sycuan, which I like since it's easier to get where you want to go as far as poker, restroom, food, parking lot, etc.

The room it's self is partially sectioned off from the casino main room, but not completely, so you still get some slot machine noise and wafts of cig smoke, especially if you're at a table closer to the main room entry way.

Lots of TVs on the walls that have sports, table wait list, and tournament info on them (if one is running).

They currently have like 10 tables, but recently just added in 4 more just outside the room which they have been using for tournaments only (no auto shufflers and rake drop box installed yet).

Not sure what their long term plan is, as you're surrounded by several slot machines and whatnot. It would be nice if they section this area off. It gets busy enough that I think they could justify it.

The wait list can be long (30-60 people deep), especially evenings and weekends. You can call in to put your name on the list when you leave the house.

Dealers from my experience have been average or better, and good at dealing with whiny/sore loser type players that slow the game down and make the experience less enjoyable.

They have several jackpot, high hand, and splash pot type promotions going on all the time. Recently a friend of mine scored a table share of a $36k (it was well overdue) bad beat jackpot.

Tournaments are generally well ran and good cheap fun. They also have min payouts, which always get covered and then some from my experience.

Cash games are a good mix of maniacs, nits, and everyone in between. Lots of regulars, so you'll need to mix it up if you come here regularly yourself.

The only notable downsides I can think of are the long wait when it's busy, moderate second hand noise/smoke at times, and the floor staff gets overwhelmed easy when they're busy.

They need one more person on the floor for the evenings and weekends.

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