One thing I will be concerned about is safety and security. The casino butts up against one of the poorest neighborhoods in the DC area and I don't know whether I'll feel safe bringing a few grand (or leaving with a few grand) in there or not.
I called today and was getting set up for a complimentary room - just excusing myself at the point of confirming it.
This floors me. Either rooms are easier to get than I can really believe, or I have been put on a list I don't belong on.
Meh, doesn't make it +EV. Just not planning a trip this month, and although I think it is a nice deal will just scratch my head and pass on it.
Anybody else checking on this?
National Harbor does not have video poker on the floor - I repeat - National harbor does not have video poker on the floor.
Just got back from opening. It's a beautiful place and you can definitely see where the billion went. The only VP they offer is crappy hold pay tables at the bars. I couldn't get a straight answer on whether this a short term or long term strategy on MGMs part.
More poker derivs and less BJ than the rest of MD casinos. Bacc room is in a very open area with high ceilings. A break from the traditional secluded feel of bacc pits.
All BJ is old school MD rules. S17, SA.