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Poker Room at MGM Grand National Harbor

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Casino Hotels' started by TylerH50, Jul 14, 2017.

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  1. TylerH50

    TylerH50 Low-Roller

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    I'm going to MGM Grand National Harbor next week. I'm wondering if someone on the board has been to the poker room. If so, what are your thoughts?

    - How many table going?
    - How decent are the players & in what games?
    - What kinda of limit Hold'em do the have?

    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. dhlamar

    dhlamar Low-Roller

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    You must be a recreational poker player, what game do you play and when will you be there?
     
  3. The Rumor

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    I checked bravo and there are 39 games going right now. It's bigger than anything going in LV ex-WSOP times. You'll find plenty.
     
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  4. Dean Martin

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    I didn't play but when we were there it was packed everyday with a waiting list and it's a pretty large poker room/area compared to what I see in Vegas.
     
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  6. The Rumor

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    Poker is fading in places that have had it for a number of years. Table counts in LV are consistently down, as well as in mature markets like Chicago. It always pops up when it's new - we saw this in Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. The games generally start out amazing until some of the fish go broke.

    My sense from talking to poker players in Florida in the mature Miami market is things are not what they were 5 or 6 years ago.
     
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    I frequent the poker room at National Harbor. On a typical weekday they will have 30+ tables with usually a dozen 1/3 games a handful of 2/5 a couple 5/10 and occasionally 10/25. They will also have 2-3 4-8 limit games. There is usually a list for 1/3 but it moves fast with a lot of tables.
     
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