Poker Rooms in Atlantic City Set to Reopen on Casino Days!

Poker Rooms in Atlantic City Set to Reopen on Casino Days!

Atlantic City officials have announced that the poker rooms in the casinos will reopen on Casino Days. This comes as a relief to many poker players who have enjoyed playing in the city’s casinos, but found themselves out of luck when most of the poker rooms closed earlier this year.

According to Atlantic City Mayor Don Guardian, the Poker Rooms will be open from 11:00am to 3:00am daily. The announcement was made at a press conference on Wednesday, October 5th.

Mayor Guardian also released a statement, saying: “The reopening of our poker rooms is another positive step forward for Atlantic City and its casino industry. We are committed to providing our players with a top-notch gaming experience and I encourage everyone to come out and take advantage of these great games.”

When asked if there would be any changes to the way the poker rooms are operated, Mayor Guardian said that there are no immediate plans to change anything, but that the city is always looking for ways to improve the gaming experience for its players.

Reaction from the poker community has been overwhelmingly positive, with many players eager to get back to playing in Atlantic City’s casinos. One player said: “I’m glad they’re opening up the poker rooms again. I love playing in Atlantic City – it’s my favorite place to play. I can’t wait to get back there and start swinging some pots!”

Poker Players in Atlantic City can Finally Play Again!

Poker players in Atlantic City can finally play again! The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement announced that online poker and casino games will resume on November 21.

Atlantic City casinos were forced to close their online gambling operations in October 2014, when new laws went into effect prohibiting the use of credit cards to fund online gambling transactions.

The new regulations, which were signed into law by Governor Chris Christie in February, allow for the use of debit cards, pre-paid cards and electronic fund transfers to fund online gambling transactions.

“This is great news for New Jersey’s gaming industry and especially for Atlantic City,” said state Sen. Jim Beach, a sponsor of the legislation. “We have been waiting for this for quite some time and I am pleased that we were able to get it done before the end of the year.”

“I’m thrilled that we finally have a solution that allows our players to resume their online gaming activities,” said Tony Rodio, president of Tropicana Entertainment Inc., which operates three casinos in Atlantic City. “I would like to thank Senator Jim Beach and all those who worked so hard on this issue for their dedication and commitment to ensuring that our customers could continue to enjoy this important casino experience.”

Revel Casino to Open Poker Rooms on Casino Days

The Revel Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey will open its poker rooms to the public on casino days. The casino day schedule is as follows:

Monday-Thursday: 9am-4am
Friday: 9am-5am
Saturday: 8am-5am
Sunday: 8am-4am

The poker rooms will have a variety of limit and no-limit Texas Hold’em games and tournaments. In addition, the casino will offer a wide range of betting limits to appeal to all types of players. “We are very excited to offer our poker room on casino days,” said John Gonnella, Director of Poker Operations at Revel Casino. “This will be a great opportunity for players to experience our world-class facility and enjoy some of the best poker action around.”

Poker Players in Atlantic City can Now Play at the Trump Taj Mahal

Donald Trump’s casino group said that it had reached an agreement with Poker Players Alliance (PPA) to allow players at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City to play poker for real money. The Casino mogul, who is also the current presidential candidate, has been a longtime supporter of legalizing online poker.

The new partnership will allow the Trump Taj Mahal to offer live and online poker cash games as well as tournaments. This is a big win for the PPA, which has been working tirelessly to get poker legalized in as many states as possible.

John Pappas, executive director of PPA, said that the group was excited to partner with the Trump Taj Mahal. He went on to say that the casino resort is one of the most iconic properties in Atlantic City and that they are looking forward to working with them to expand legal online poker in New Jersey.

Trump Taj Mahal general manager Tom Ballance said that they are proud to partner with the PPA and that they look forward to offering their guests an exciting and fun experience when they come and play at the casino resort. He also thanked the PPA for all their hard work in getting online poker legalized.

This is great news for both the PPA and Trump Taj Mahal as it will help increase tourism in Atlantic City while also providing players with a safe and secure place to play online poker.

Poker Rooms Scheduled to Open on Casino Days at Showboat Atlantic City

Atlantic City, New Jersey - The Showboat Atlantic City announced today that it will open its poker room as scheduled on casino days. The news comes as a relief to many in the poker community who were worried that the poker room might not open at all after the casino closed its doors last month.

“We are pleased to announce that our poker room will be open on casino days as scheduled,” said a spokesperson for the Showboat Atlantic City. “We know how important the poker room is to our guests and we are committed to providing them with a quality experience.”

The news was welcomed by players who were eagerly looking forward to playing at the Showboat Atlantic City.

“I’m excited that the poker room is opening,” said one player. “I can’t wait to play there.”

The Showboat Atlantic City is expected to open its poker room on September 9th.