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President Casino on the Admiral thingys

Discussion in 'Poker Gear General' started by Puggy, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. Duckbutter48

    Duckbutter48 Well-Known Member

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    Looks kinda big to use as a dealer button......:wink:
     
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    Oversized card guard maybe :wink:
     
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    Or you can always first berate and then slap the bad players on your table with it (that is, after they have sucked out on you) :wink:.
     
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    LOL!!
    I just picked up a Admiral strike a couple weeks ago on Ebay. You dont see anymore around there? If you have something REALLY REALLY cool I might trade. Or any other classy silver
    strike is cool too.
     
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  5. Puggy

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    I am just about to get my first Silver Strike from Timmay :happy:. Collecting more of the other stuff. (FRAK, I missed the security badges)
     
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    My silver strike got stolen from my car... :sad:
     
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    LOL. I found a client review of the casino from the interwebz:

    The doorman at the President was very rude. For no explained reason whatsoever, he would not let my husband and myself onto the boat. He stated that we were "intoxicated." This was very interesting seeing as how we were not "intoxicated," nor acting as if we were. We are both very respectful people. I'm a nurse and my husband an engineer. We can only assume there were other reasons for his not letting us aboard the casino, perhaps his anger at working for sub-minimum wage. I would definitely not risk it and go elsewhere.
    The other downfall of this casino is the limited tables. Although we did not get onto the boat on this particular occasion, we've been before. There are few blackjack tables compared to other casinos. We have been to many other casinos in the area - Harras, the Casino Queen, Amerisar - and all of them have proved superior to the President. They may have the best
    commerical, but it's by far the worst casino.

    Not only do they have limited tables, the atmosphere is sub par. It smells like urine and is generally filthly. Do not waste your money in this disgusting establisment.

    "President Casino - You come down here, you gonna have a really bad time!"

    But man, did they have nice chipes on board :wink:?
     
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    I think I've seen this at some point. Believe the sponsor on that one is some other of President chain casinos. Dunno for sure though.
     
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    Help! can anyone remember how many pca were sold ? chipcount was given by Jim years ago .. i can't find his post ...:sorry:
     
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    Tried to search but could not find either.
     
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  12. Puggy

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    Found it:

    Primary Chips

    $ 0.50 27,054 chips
    $ 1.00 45,508 chips
    $ 5.00 38,872 chips
    $ 25.00 24,873 chips
    $ 100.00 10,931 chips
    $ 500.00 2,999 chips

    Total 150,237

    Secondary Chips

    $ 0.50 10,000 chips
    $ 1.00 47,000 chips
    $ 5.00 35,000 chips
    $ 25.00 21,000 chips
    $ 100.00 7,000 chips
    $ 500.00 1,000 chips

    Total 121,000

    :)
     
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    Great!! Many thanks ! :)
     
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    Just adding these to an old thread no one will see :wink:
     
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    Just adding these to an old thread no one will see :wink:

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    I see it!
     
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    It's not dead yet.. :)
    [​IMG]
     
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