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Blue Chip Casino Hotel Spa Poker Room


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Nothing beats having fun while raking in your chips while right in the middle of  the hottest action. You'll find all that here and more at Blue Chip Casino's Poker Room, where the most qualified and experienced dealers deal out the greatest poker games imaginable. Poker Room's reservation policy only requires reserving your seat one hour prior to actual play time, and only cash games require you to reserve. There are 8 live tables, so come on in and live it up!

You can call (219) 879-7711 ext.4820 and add your name to the waitlist up to 1 hour in advance.

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Poker tables:8
Poker Open 24/7:Yes
Self parking:Yes
Casino sq/ft:65,000 sq/ft
Convention sq/ft:20,000 sq/ft
Poker games available: 7 Card Stud , Texas Hold'em , Omaha
Hotels: Blue Chip Casino Hotel and Spa
Rates: $79.00 - $105.00


Blue Chip Casino Hotel Spa
777 Blue Chip Dr, Michigan City, IN 46360, USA


Available 24/7 Yes
Phone (219) 879-7711
Website Website

Hours of Operation

Open 24/7


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Guest Posted on April 14th, 2007
Impressions: I've played 3-6 limit there twice. Both times I came away with a good feeling, despite dropping $160 the first time. They advertise limit & NL hold'em, Omaha8, and Stud, but I've only seen hold'em there: 3-6 limit, 1-2 NL & 2-5 NL. Competition is SOFT in limit games. Last time I was there for 7 hours, and I was the ONLY person at the table who ever check-raised. I got called down and won all 3 times I did it. That's pretty representative of the place.
Atmosphere: 8 tables in a modern, semi-spacious, walled-off area in the back of the casino. The room has slot machines on one side, so those are chiming away, but it's not very loud. Tables have auto-shufflers but no built-in cupholders, just little cups that you wedge underneath the padding. A few TVs visible from all angles.
Dealers: Very competent, friendly, & knowledgeable dealers. I think I only saw 2 mis-deals in a 7-hour session the last time I played.
Food: Servers have pop on hand for instant service. I think there were 2 servers for a full room when I was there. Service came around less often than desired, but was quick with drinks. Domestic macro-beers are $3.25 I think, but there are random import specials - last time Stella Artois was $2, and another time it was Smithwyck's for $2.
The place only gets 3 stars because there's NO food service in the room, and I heard management admonish players for pulling out their own grub.
Service: Waitlists seem to be well organized. You can call ahead up to 1 hour. We called on a Saturday afternoon about 30 minutes away, and I got a set at 3-6 within 15 minutes of arrival, and my friend got one at 1-2NL within 20 minutes. I haven't witnessed any problems with management. There's a very friendly woman on the Saturday day shift who remembered my friend after he'd only been there twice before.
Comps: Standard $1/hour with the players club card. BBJ for Hold'em was huge when we were there, $17000. They had much smaller ones for Omaha and Stud, but I've never seen those games spread.

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