The other thread is closed, so I'll start a new one. I know a few higher limit players of this place (mostly Black level, and one Chairman's club), and the word on the street is that the high limit room has really tightened up their slot machines. I somewhat confirmed this, as I noticed in recent trips that nearly none of the regulars are present, and the people that are playing in there do not seem to be winning as often. Hand-pays are much more rare, so it seems. My video poker results are about the same as usual though, as the paytables have not changed, as far as I can tell. I wonder if MD Live is tightening up the belt in preparation for the opening of the new Horseshoe casino in Baltimore later this summer? In comparison, it felt like Hollywood Charles Town casino actually loosened up their slots quite a bit, just prior to the opening of Maryland Live. In other news, MD Live opened a new restaurant called Luk Fu, which is supposed to be really great! It sits outside the poker room near the baccarat pit, both of which are just as busy as always. When Horseshoe opens, I feel like MD Live will still be the go-to place for poker games.