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Poker in Tunica

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by meyers67, Jan 13, 2016.

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  1. meyers67

    meyers67 High-Roller

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    How good is the poker in tunica on weekends where there aren't any big tournaments?

    Do they always have 2/5 NL going? Which casino is the best/most tables?

    Thanks
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Meyers, I haven't played in Tunica for a few years, but I have friends that play there most trips. And the only place they go is Horseshoe. There is always a lot of action there. GS doesn't have a poker room anymore and neither does Roadhouse. We used to play at Sams Town years ago, but my poker playing friends stopped playing there a few years ago, saying the games were too wild with tourists going in on anything. Hope that helps
     
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    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    The Shoe is pretty much the only poker room left in Tunica. The one 3/6 limit table at Hollywood doesn't count, imo.

    As for 2/5, I would think it would run most weekends, but I haven't checked bravo that closely to be honest. Like UK, i haven't bothered to play there for a few years. Rake also went up to $5 max about a year ago. :(
     
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    I play at Horseshoe several times a year. It was remodeled 2/3 years ago and is pretty nice. I don't remember playing at a table that didn't have an automatic shuffler, most tables are equipped with USB plug-ins, and there are a decent amount of TVs/tourney screens. They always run a 1-3, and you usually get in a 2-5. They run daily tournaments with average structures. The room is in a back corner near a bar and pretty good burger place. They don't comp out like they used to but I think that's pretty much across the board at all Total Rewads properties. The Circuit will be there in a few weeks and the place will be pack, 25-35 various cash games at any given time. They bring in extra tables when the wsop comes to town.
     
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    It's always crowded on the weekends
     
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