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    Poker room at Radisson

    I am heading down in April staying a the Radisson. Just wanted to know if the poker room is still open, and if so, how have the games been there. I played two years ago and it was pretty good.

    Are there any other poker rooms?

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    Cool Try Excelsior Casino in the Holiday Inn

    The Excelsior Casinor in the Holiday Inn has a poker room with limits as low as $2-$4 to $50-$100 no limit. They also hold a Daily Texas Hold'Em Poker Tournament (Sign in at 7:00 PM/5:00 PM on Sunday). Buy-ins range from $10 to $50 (depending on the day); Re-buys are $25; and, ad-ons are $30 (half-time only). Pots range from a guaranteed $1,500 to $4,000 (again depending on the day). Additionally the top three winners from the Sunday to Thursday tournaments get a free seat at Friday's tournament. I found there was not much action at the limit games in the poker rooms, however, the tournaments were always full.
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    I played poker at both Rad & Holiday Inn last May 07.- The only 2 open last year.

    Both similar size- Both dont open till 7pm.

    Both had a killer Rake

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    What about Westin Poker Room? Or is it still just Radisson and Holiday INN?

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    Any other poker rooms open this season besides Radisson or Holiday INN?
    Anyone knows about limit holdem ( 4-8, 5-10) action there?

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    Does anyone know if any casino in Aruba has Pai Gow? It's a Chinese Poker where you have to make two hands out of 5 cards, one with 2 cards and one with 3 cards and you can either win, lose or tie the dealer. It can be actually played with cards or dice but I prefer cards. It's very popular here in Canada (large Asian population I guess) and I love it. It's my and hubby's game of choice when we go to Niagra Falls.

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    i have not seen pai gow poker tables. i have seen plenty of caribbean stud poker tables

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    any poker players on here?
    can you comment on best poker room in aruba?
    any other ones beside radisson and holiday inn?

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    is there nay poker players on this forum?

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