mtcards
mtcards
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JoemanLuckyPhow
July 21st, 2020 at 10:28:28 PM permalink
OK, yeah, so its technically not in Mississippi, but considering it is about 10-15 miles from the MS border and its close to Tunica, figured I would throw it in here.

Went there for the first time this past weekend. Wasnt expecting much and from a table game standpoint didnt really get much at all. They had a few table games there, with the usual suspects making an appearance. Mississippi Stud, Three Card Poker and Ultimate Holdem were the carnival games of choice. They had some blackjack and roulette as well. They did have craps tables, but none were in use while I was there. All the tables had the plexiglass dividers on them at this time

Southland however is for the slot lover. Literally they have more slots, a larger variety and tons of the newer slots than any of the casinos in Tunica.

Food is sparse right now, but the catfish at the bar and grille is pretty good. Wasnt too crowded either, but imagine when dog races start up an the virus is past, that will change as well
MJGolf
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July 25th, 2020 at 7:37:43 PM permalink
Were the BJ tables electronic as to pay? Dealer dealt but machine tracked for chips?
mtcards
mtcards
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July 27th, 2020 at 6:38:00 PM permalink
I didnt play, but I did see video screens at the table, so I am going to assume so. Was at Oaklawn in Little Rock and they had the same things

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