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Trip Report: Victory Casino Cruise (Cape Canaveral, FL)

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Trip Reports' started by Wezvidz, Aug 11, 2012.

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  1. Wezvidz

    Wezvidz High-Roller

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    My Trip Report

    Made the 2 hours trip up from Palm Beach County to check this out, as I've been aching to play some craps and all of the Seminole casinos in south Florida only have table games/slots.

    The price was right at $10 per person for a 7pm to 12:30am Friday night cruise. Parking, security was a breeze and I was on the boat very quickly.

    It took ~30 minutes after departing shore to hit the 3 mile out mark where gaming could begin.

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    The variety of gaming was good, with low limit blackjack, baccarat, let it ride, ultimate texas holdem, roulette, craps, slots, and video poker.

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    Video poker pay tables varied wildly, from 7/5 JOB to 8/5 JOB to 8/6 JOB depending on the machine. I found one machine on the top deck at the bar across from this dancefloor, furthest left on the bar, that was a 9/5 JOB. It was ice cold for the $200 I put into it playing the 50c level, but it was nice having a paytable better than I had expected on the ship.

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    Spent the majority of the night playing craps, limits were $5, and 2 tables were constantly full. Strangest tables I've been at, where most players were betting the Don'ts on both tables. I ran really well playing my Don't Pass strategy and finished +$600 on the night playing dice. Good crews who were very appreciate of tips and crew bets.

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    Played some Ultimate Texas Holdem which was $5 (lower limit than you'll ever find at the south FL). I managed to hit quads among many other flushes and boats to win about $600 there as well.

    I had prepurchased the buffet online with my boarding pass for $20 and regretted it as I wasn't hungry, but went and ate a bit to check it out. It definitely wasn't worth the money, was only ok.

    People had complained about the smokiness but I never noticed it at all. The main table gaming floor had an open ceiling to the floor above, so there was decent ventilation. The A/C inside was kept very comfortable as well so air was always flowing.

    As a last note, the cocktail service was very good (as were the waitress uniforms, they were smokin hot), and free drinks while playing was nice.

    Overall, I had a much better experience on the boat then I ever do at the Hard Rock Hollywood or Seminole Coconut Creek where I play in south FL. Free drinks, lower gaming limits, the ability to play craps, and just a fun party atmosphere. I'll definitely be back.
     
  2. bighead1970

    bighead1970 High-Roller

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    Thanks for the TR !! I need to try this boat out the next time I am in central FL.
     
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