Thursday, August 09, 2007

Resorts has poker?

Resorts Casino opened its new poker room a few months, but it isn't part of the private room trend in Atlantic City.

Resorts made the room along with other Asian games and a few $5 craps tables. There are only eight tables and when I walked in there were two $2/$4 limit games and a short-handed $1/$2 No Limit. The casino isn't really trying to market the poker room.

It has tournaments twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays and a ladies only tourney every third Monday of the month.

Poker makes the casinos the least amount of money per square foot and Resorts can't compete with some of the closer casinos when it comes to poker such as the Taj and Showboat. It makes sense that they wouldn't build a huge poker room. It has the tables there for people would want to play.

In other news: The Trop fired its President and Cheif Operating Officer. Who knows where this casino is going?

Casesars and the United Auto Workers union have started talks on contracts with the dealers.

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