1201 Chesapeake Overlook Parkway
Perryville, MD 21903
(410) 378-8500Grand opening September 30, 2010.
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Comments:Author: carolePosted: Sunday, May 30, 2010
“looking forward to the new casino. delaware park is getting too expensive to visit, the tolls amount to $13.00, with valet parking another 3.00 totals 16.00 not to mention gas price. I live in Abingdon, Md. I am retired and live on a limited income however I love the slots and I will budget my money to visit the new casino often. Thanks for opening.”
Author: S. BarePosted: Sunday, August 1, 2010
“Looking foward to your Perryville Casino. I am so sick of Delaware Park. They ha”
Author: anonymousPosted: Sunday, August 1, 2010
“WILL YOU Have a BUS OR SHUTTLE CONNECTING WITH Elkton? I WOULD MUCH RATHER GO TO YOUR CASINO THAN CRAPPY DE PARK. There has to be a busline though. Anything in the works?”
Author: anonymousPosted: Wednesday, August 25, 2010
“Will you have any bus leaving Harrisonburg Va.
Maybe TravelMates in Harrisonburg Va.
Would love to play at your Casino.”
Author: Tiny JanellPosted: Tuesday, September 7, 2010
“will they have table games? I hoe they will. I live here in Maryland but travel back and forth to Atlantic City. This will be great a casino here at home.”
Author: Tarsha & Tee NellPosted: Tuesday, September 7, 2010
“Yea a casino here in Maryland. No more traveling to Atlantic City.I could save on gas money and tows. Thats more money to play with Yea..... this is cool Thank you. Hope you have table games.”
Author: AnonymousPosted: Tuesday, September 14, 2010
“Looking forward to Maryland's first casino. I enjoy slot machines and hoping we can get a return on our investment or Delaware Park here I come.
Any suggestions on how to bypass tolls on 95 North. I here you can go straight up Pulaski Hwy.”
Author: cecillePosted: Saturday, October 2, 2010
“Aisles too small, too many slots for the space. I thought it would be bigger than it was. No slot dollars offered for new members and I didn't see anyone hit big. They even ran out of TP in the women's bathroom! Food and drinks are expensive. Maybe the machines will loosen up after they become more established. The staff looked tired and somewhat bored already. Dover Downs and Atlantic City have nothing to fear so far. I might go back next year after they iron out the kinks. ”
Author: Linda GilchristPosted: Monday, October 4, 2010
“I am excited to come to the new casino and matter of fact I will be on my way in a few. I look forward to having a great time and not to mention feeling lucky besides it my anniversary today and wish me luck. Hubby here we come.”
Author: Posted: Thursday, October 7, 2010
“employees rude, slots tight, food expensive, poor comps need i say more. won't be back”
Author: Bob MunroPosted: Tuesday, October 12, 2010
“We visited the new casino the day after their official grand opening. Lots of new slots that I've never seen before (I visit Vegas 5 times a year, St. Louis and/or Tunica occasionally, and try to avoid Delaware, West Virginia and AC). Slots by IGT and Aristocrat were well represented, although the only Aristocrat machines new in the last year that I noted were 4 Sopranos and a couple Sun/Moon oldies -- most were new to me, i.e., not in Vegas last month (09/2010). I play mostly video poker and was pretty disappointed at the number and pay schedules of the machines available. They're all in near right corner of the casino (as you enter) adjacent to and imbedded in the bar top. There are triple play, 5 and 10 play, and 50 play machines in multi-denom and -game versions as well as single line IGT. The pay schedule for Double Double Bonus at the quarter level is 8/5 (around 96.8% rtn), the same schedule available in PA casinos and AC. Here's the kicker -- their Double Bonus pay schedule at the quarter level is 8/5/4 -- a little below 95% rtn. Why would anyone play their Double Bonus pay schedule? I've never seen a casino offer 8/5 DDB and 8/5 DB machines in the same cabinet and uniformly across their inventory. Maybe that's because when I see 8/5 DDB I keep moving, but I doubt it. ALSO, they have Auto Hold turned on and wouldn't turn it off when I asked. While the auto hold strategy (8/5 DDB) was quite accurate (and of course you could override its selection), you could play well over 1000 hands an hour on a losing pay schedule just by pressing the deal button -- a recipe for disaster. Some experts have written that you can learn a lot about a casino's overall hold by looking at their video poker pay schedules. If that is true, I'm not encouraged to return to Perryville. Unfortunately for us Maryland gamblers, the effective tax rate of 67% is highest in the nation, leaving little room for this first Maryland casino and thos to follow to make a profit. It's no wonder why it's taking so long to implement casinos in Maryland.”
Author: NickPosted: Wednesday, October 13, 2010
“I live in baltimore and have been playing slots at DE park and Atlantic city for a long time. My girlfriend and I decided to check out the new perryville slots on saturday night. (10/10) we arrived at 8:30 pm, and decided to valet park. (for 3 bucks you couldnt beat it the parking lot was packed) when we walked in it was so crowded it was ridiculous. I was expecting it to be crowded but you couldnt even move. you had to literally fight for a machine, and wait in line to get on it. also I prefer $1 and $5 machines. out of the 1500 machines there were 5 $5 machines and maybe 20 $1 machines, about 95% of the machines there are penny, and nickel machines that you have no idea if you won or not, there is so much stuff going on with them. If maryland wasnt so stupid they could have made so much more money by not limiting slots and accomidating the demand for play. I will never go back, and will be heading to Atlantic City”
Author: SaraTGPosted: Saturday, November 6, 2010
“ I have been to the "Hollywood Casino" up in PA a number of times and always had horrible luck there so I was skeptical of this new place. I should have trusted my instincts and stayed away. Same "dead" poker machines as the PA location. Maybe I've just had bad luck in my 5-6 Hollywood Casino visits but after 30 years of playing video poker I can tell when something isn't right and these machines are just tight. As if that is not bad enough the whole place has no personality and is just a big sqaure room with rows of machines. At least Charles Town has some atmosphere and glamour left.”
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