This morning on my way back from the Philly area I decided to pop in to three casinos in Maryland which were on my way to the DC area. I had never been to Hollywood Perryville, briefly had stopped by Horseshoe Baltimore on Saturday morning, and had been to Maryland Live twice. A few observations on the table games from those interested: Hollywood Perryville (time visited 1115 am): small operation with one craps table, one roulette table, six blackjack, and six other games (3CP, etc). Craps and 3CP both $5 min, blackjack $10. Nice enough place......there's a nice sports bar type restaurant there, but aside from the few tables and all the slots, not much else. Horseshoe Baltimore (time visited 1200 pm): blackjack mostly $15 (was mostly $25 on Saturday morning), although there were about four $10 tables downstairs. Craps mostly $25 with a couple of $15s. 3CP was $5 (had been $10 on Saturday morning). Maryland Live (time visited 100 pm): blackjack mostly $15 with a few $10, craps mostly $15, 3CP was $10. Maybe if I had thought about it earlier in the trip I should've popped into Delaware Park.....stopped there a few years ago and remember the minimums being fairly low. I really like Horseshoe Baltimore......its just nice and bright compared to the dark decor of Maryland Live. They have a nice food court area downstairs as well and even had a live band playing at noon on a Monday. Just wish some of those minimums (esp craps) were lower, although $10 blackjack isn't bad. Can't wait to see what MGM brings to the National Harbor in 2016! Anyway, just thought I'd share my observations, especially for those in the DC area who like table games and who might want an alternative to a shrinking and less appealing Atlantic City. A few months ago I did pop into Charles Town briefly and their minimums were in the ~$10 range, which was far better from when they first opened and mostly certainly was a result of the hit they are taking from the MD casinos.