October 4th, 2016 at 12:44:38 PM permalink
Video poker is awful in Indiana
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October 4th, 2016 at 1:07:00 PM permalink
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Yeah, again, should have guessed given it has an attached race track. I thought some racinos have live BJ/craps games?
off hand, Canterbury Park and Running Aces do. So do Harrah's Philly, Delaware Park, and Parx. So does just about every track in Florida (no craps) and California (weird craps).
I knew that Indiana Grand didn't have table games. But I stopped in when I saw a sign for the live poker on the highway because poker = chips, right? No, no...poker = weird digital displays at a giant 10 person table. I can't imagine keeping my neighbors from seeing my digital cards. How does that even work?
Hoosier Park, in Anderson, is also the same as Indiana Live! It is in Anderson, north of Indy off of I -69.
Another track that has real dealers and table games is Prairie Meadows, in Altoona, IA. It is located off i-80 just west of Des Moines. If I remember correctly and have my story straight it is owned by Polk County, and the revenue goes back into local communities.
November 18th, 2016 at 11:37:44 AM permalink
Yeah, I've lived in Indiana most of my life and you need to stretch to the state borders to get the real dice and cards. Blue Chip close to Lake Michigan and Hollywood Casino close to Cincinnati both offer tables with chips. Video craps machines aint so bad tho haha
November 18th, 2016 at 1:34:05 PM permalink
depends where in Indiana. I am the vpfree2 monitor for the Majestic Star (Gary IN) and they have many 99%+ games at the 25c/50c/$1 level the best being 9-5 Triple Bonus Plus at 99.8%. They have a single $5 machine with 99%+ games the best being NSUD at 99.73%. Unfortunately cash back and comps are now god awful so these are no longer a potential 100%+ play.