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    I have posted comments several times, but no one will chime in or comment on the casino? Is it still open? Games? Poker? I have been to several resorts all over the world, and they all seem to have "casino night" as entertainment, but only a couple resorts with casinos.......please someone let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whitey View Post
    I have posted comments several times, but no one will chime in or comment on the casino? Is it still open? Games? Poker? I have been to several resorts all over the world, and they all seem to have "casino night" as entertainment, but only a couple resorts with casinos.......please someone let me know.
    The "Casino" is nothing more than a few slot machines and a computerized roulette game. Other than that there is a poker table and people have been known to put together games but by no means is there card games and such it is more of a video type casino. Hope this helps It is also located above Patois restraunt across from the aura lounge.

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    Yes, the casino is still open at Swept Away. They have some slot machines a few video poker machines and a automated roulette machine. There is also a card game table but no dealer. You would have to get your own people together to play cards. Not sure about "casino nite", never saw that. The casino is on the second floor of the Great House across from the internet cafe. Not usually much action going on in there. We might play a little bit after dinner, but it is usually pretty dead in there.

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    There are slot machines that take coins. There is someone sitting at a window to give you change and to give you cash back when you cash in your coins. We won about 100.00 when we were there.

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    Whitey -

    The reason that the casino at SweptAway is tough to get details on is that it is one of the less utilized activities. Simply put, we have observed very, very few people in the casino, which is located in the GreatHouse complex.

    My guess is that this has been basically a dud, and may get just enough people using it to justify keeping it.
    Chris

    "In an abundance of water, the fool is thirsty..." - Bob Marley - "Rat Race"


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    The casino is small,no live gaming, a few slot machines and a roulette machine.

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    CSA has a casino for what it is worth. We have never been inside and I have never seen it actually very busy. Maybe one or two couples at a time.

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    Yes my wife went into the casino a couple of times 3 weeks ago.
    Played roulette mostly, it is the automated type and we even won.
    The other machines are slots, the usuall type and also the game station ones with keno and poker. Probably 20 or so machines in total. Cant remember what night night was but people were playing Texas Hold Em at the card table.

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    Just got back from CSA (see my soon to be posted review). Had to walk by the casino 4 or 5 times a day to get back and forth to my room, to the internet cafe, etc. I think I saw a total of 10 to 12 people in there combined during the entire trip. More times than not, it was completely empty. I think it is just slots and an electronic roulette wheel. Not much to it. No worker, such as a blackjack dealer, was ever in there.

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    The casino is open. It's nice. We played the video poker machine.....held our own, but didn't come out ahead. Didn't really expect to; just played for fun. They have other machines, but sorry, I didn't pay too much attention to them. It was fun to visit. If you enjoy gambling, you can get your fix there.

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    We were there in Nov 2009 and I don't really like casinos because my husband can spend hours there. However, we both loved the Casino at CSA. Some slots and an automated roulette which was a lot of fun. This was our last stop every night. Its perfect. Not too big.
    They also have a caasino night where you play for prizes, but not in the casino, in a separate room.

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    We are here now, yes it is open.

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