I've heard that Greektown opened with some really weird past-posting at the craps table that was taking money out the door like crazy. Always the same "players" with the Box telling any hesitant dealer to pay. I've heard it was a way to have one partner force the casino into bankruptcy to freeze out another partner but have no idea if that was true.
I've also heard that craps at Greektown is all "hoopin', hollerin' and hardways" but don't know if that is true or just dealer's gripe.
If a property is in bankruptcy and it is being run by a Sweat The Money place like Isle of Capri, then I would not expect the casino to emerge from bankruptcy any too soon.
Why not? Just supply and demand?
Went to go play at Motor City at Saturday night, and saw a SUV with a busted out back window with glass everywhere in the parking lot...needless to say, I went straight over to MGM.
Motor City is in a not-so-nice part of town. And that's not good news when we're talking about Detroit. Also, the crowd can be very rough, in my experience. The low limit table game rules are bad. However, it is a very funky, modern looking casino. It has a Motown feel with a very futuristic design. Lots of great music piped through the speakers, and I've been impressed more than once with the quality of the bands and singers at the Chromatic Bar. It's worth visiting at least once (especially if you like Motown and gambling), if you live in the area. Just take a beat up old car or a taxi (but don't walk there!)
Does Casino Windsor play Mississippi Stud face up?
No, as of my last visit in May 2010.