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Casino question about poker tables.

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Hi everyone I tried looking for the answer to this question but for the life of me I can’t seem to find a clear answer.

 

This is really starting to rattle the hubby. Lol is there a “real” poker table? Not the ones where it is electronic with the screens, but a table where they play with person dealing out real physical cards. I know seems like such a weird question, but apparently this really matters to him.

 

Thank you in advance everyone!

 

 

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I'm assuming you are referring to the Seaside. Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question, but I'm curious also. I'm already upset that they decided not to put in a Craps table. If the poker table is gone also, I might have to skip the casino.

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No poker tables. There is Ultimate Texas hold em and 3 card poker tables. Black Jack and roulette.

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I'm assuming you are referring to the Seaside. Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question, but I'm curious also. I'm already upset that they decided not to put in a Craps table. If the poker table is gone also, I might have to skip the casino.

 

 

 

Yes sorry I am referring to the seaside. Hubby went on a 5 min rant about not having a proper poker table and how this is not right if they want to appeal to the North American market lol.

 

I’m not laughing at you guys, what’s important to a person changes for everyone, he just poked fun at me when I was a bit disappointed when I learned there was no smoked salmon in the buffet. lol

 

 

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No poker tables. There is Ultimate Texas hold em and 3 card poker tables. Black Jack and roulette.

 

 

 

Thanks for letting me know, guess I’ll have to call and cancel now ;) lol jk the hubs will just have to suck it up and go play black jack or something ;)

 

 

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Yes sorry I am referring to the seaside. Hubby went on a 5 min rant about not having a proper poker table and how this is not right if they want to appeal to the North American market lol.

 

I’m not laughing at you guys, what’s important to a person changes for everyone, he just poked fun at me when I was a bit disappointed when I learned there was no smoked salmon in the buffet. lol

 

 

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I can totally understand your husband- We were looking forward to trying a new cruiseline but this is THE deal breaker- no poker- no chance of them making this work in North America, I have been on 30 odd cruises in the last 9 years and the poker table is queued for until the early hours every single night- also no Craps- I have only ever played once but the buzz from craps in the casino makes excitment- no craps is not the deal breaker for me but it will be for Many thousands of Americans (I am from the UK), definitely cannot book this cruiseline without the poker table, so I will book Princess Royal or Regal and the NCL Bliss in January 19.

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Thanks for letting me know, guess I’ll have to call and cancel now ;) lol jk the hubs will just have to suck it up and go play black jack or something ;)

 

 

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Following my last post I went on You-tube as this is important and found a Divina video from April 17 through the casino and there was Poker Pro, that is not as good as NCL or Royal Caribbean who have live dealers but still players can play. Might be able to book after all as I really want too try but my father's holiday revolves around playing Texas.

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Can someone on both Divina and Seaside at the moment, please check and see if there is a PokerPro table in the casino and if it is being used, they are usually full after 10pm with waiting lists in the North American cruises

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