I'm curious what people's qualifications are for a "good" casino. I think that's going to come down to preference, and thus they'll never be able to please everyone.
I'm not a gambler. I don't find it enjoyable. If I want to play blackjack, I would consider a trip to a casino, but it's much easier to just get a group of people and have a small poker tournament (which I generally do find more enjoyable than playing against strangers, while paying too much for booze).
But my original point was just that some people will like no smoking, and some people will hate it. Some people appreciate $25 minimum bets and $8 drinks to keep out the riff-raff, and some people will want $3.50 drinks and $5 minimum bets so they can really PLAY without going completely broke. The problem is that $5 bets means that every deadbeat dad in the county will be there on payday, spending junior's child support, and making the classy clients feel like their wallet is about to get stolen.
it's hard to strike a good balance.
I'd be more tempted to go inside if the exterior wasn't a complete assault on my eyeballs.
Make my point yet?
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But yes, same difference. I get your point. Either way, the riff raff at casinos sucks, but it makes for FANTASTIC people watching and is a great ego boost
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I may go some time to check out the food.
Or if they end up having a good show.
Personally not a big gambler. If I do, it is usually at a $5 or $10 black jack table.
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