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04-30-2009 , 12:49 AM
Original OP:

OK, thought it was time we had a Harrah's thread. I'm by no means a regular, but regular enough. I''m hoping all the other regs on here can step in and give some good room updates, BBJ updates, promos etc. Maybe we can even discuss what kind of comps we're getting etc. Action on different days of the week would be great, players, dealers, fights, etc. all the stuff we lovet to talk about anyway, just pertaining to harrahs AC !!!!

Thread FAQ (by Lovesantiques):

Welcome to the Harrah's Atlantic City thread!

This is where all the posts regarding poker at Harrah's Casino in Atlantic City should go.

Some basic information:

Harrah's has a poker room with 40 tables.

Daily cash games include:

1/2 NLHE
2/5 NLHE
2/4 LHE
2.50/5.00/7.50 Pink Chip Limit Hold'em
4/8 miniblind ($1 and $2 blinds, 4/8 betting structure) LHE
and the increasingly popular $7.50/$15.00 Pink Chip Omaha hi/low and Stud hi/low mixed game (1/2 hour of Omaha alternating with 1/2 hour of stud, both with 8 or better lows.)

Friday nights, and some Saturday nights, there is also a 5/10 NLHE game that has been going the past couple of weeks.

Currently, the 2/4 LHE game pays 10 tier credits per hour plus 50 cents an hour in comps. Should it ever go again, the 1-5 spread limit stud game also will pay this.

The 1/2 NLHE game, the 2.50/5.00/7.50 Pink Chip game, and the 4/8 miniblind game all pay 20 tier credits per hour plus $1 an hour in comps.

The 2/5 NLHE game along with the $7.50/$15.00 OE game pay 40 tier credits per hour plus $2 an hour in comps. Any games spread that are higher in limits than these would get the same comps and tier credits per hour.

There is a poker rate available for room nights, but it is on a first come first served as available basis. Ask at the podium as to the availability on any given night.

The poker room rates are:

Sunday through Thursday nights is $25 per night.
Friday night is $89
Saturday night is $169

5 hours of play is required.

The current tournament schedule is:

Sunday through Friday:

10:15am NLHE $85 + $15 buy in
1:15pm NLHE $85 + $15 buy in
8:15pm NLHE $85 + $15 buy in
Midnight NLHE $58 +$12 buy in

Please note that on Friday only the 8:15pm tournament is $105 + $20 buy in.

Saturday, the times are the same, but the buy in is $105 + $20 for the first 3, $58 + $12 for the midnight one.

Harrah's is also running satellite tournaments for entries into the WSOP main event. Please contact the room for specifics.

Current promotions are:

Play a minimum of 50 hours at any CET property in Atlantic City (Harrah's, Caesar's, Showboat, Bally's) and earn you way into the $50,000 freeroll on June 13.

On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday there is a bonus of $1 in comps (does not affect tier scores) for each hour played. This is for all games in the poker room.

Win a tournament, and get an entry into the special Tournament winner's freeroll. There will be a minimum of $10,000 given away each month.

Win a tournament in May, and the freeroll is on June 14th.
Win a tournament in June, and the freeroll is on July 12th.
Win a tournament in July, and the freeroll is on August 9th.
Win a tournament in August, and the freeroll is on September 13th.

Please note that this series of freerolls applies to all 4 Atlantic City CET properties, not just Harrah's. So everyone has lots of chances to win an entry each month.

There is a high hand bonus each day, ending at 6:00am the following morning. Whoever has the high hand for the day gets $200 in comps. If it is a royal flush (usually the case) any subsequent royal flush gets $50 in comps.

Harrah's is part of the combined bad beat jackpot, along with Caesar's, Bally's, and Showboat. As of 5/26/2011, it was at $247,756.50 and quad eights were the minimum hand to beat.

New restaurants are opening at Harrah's soon! Stay tuned for more details.

***If you would like to contribute to this FAQ, please contact Lovesantiques.***

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promos update by liveswithkittens

Current Caesars Entertainment Promotions as of January 29, 2014:

High Hand Promotion- Runs Sunday through Friday from 12 noon to 10pm. The highest hand of the three properties wins $500 each hour with quads or better to qualify. Tied hands will split the jackpot and hours with no qualifying high hand will double the following hour until the jackpot is hit.

Rakeback- Play 30-49 hours, earn $25: Play 50-79 hours, earn $50; Play 80-99 hours, earn $100; Play 100-149 hours, earn $150; Play 150-199 hours, earn $225; Play 200 or more hours, earn $350. Rakeback vouchers are distributed on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month.

Earn up to $150 in bonus comps each month, $1 for every hour played on Monday-Friday.

Royal Flush promotion, receive $100 bonus comp dollars for any royal flush using both hole cards.

Monthly Freeroll played on the Second Wednesday of every month. Play 50 hours minimum to qualify. 10,000 in starting chips, 2000 extra for 80-99 hours played the prior month, 5000 extra chips for 100 or more hours played the prior month. Chip add-on available for $5 extra (goes to dealer tips) for all qualifying entrants. Freeroll begins at 12 noon.

Monthly Tournament of Champions on the second Tuesday of every month. Winners of daily tournament the prior month to qualify. Tournament begins at 10 am.

2014 poker room rates: Where and when available:
Sunday-Thursday: $29
Friday: $99
Saturday: $199
Must be booked through poker room supervisor and need 5 hours or more of play to qualify.

10 times bonus comps available every Tuesday. Earn $3.84/hour for 1-2 and $5.40/hour for 2-5 play. Must swipe your Total Rewards card at a promotional kiosk every Thursday.

Current Tier points are 17/hour for 2-4 and 1-1 games. 26/hour for 1-2, and 34/hour for 2-5. Comp amounts are $1/hour for 2-4 and 1-1, $1.5/hour for 1-2, and $2/hour for 2-5.

NEW!!! Caesars Poker room closed as of December 26th. Bally's and Caesars to combine in new room to be opened in Bally's Wild Wild West. Scheduled opening date around President's Day 2014.

Hope to see you all there!!
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Last edited by Rapini; 02-07-2014 at 12:56 PM. Reason: added promos
04-30-2009 , 01:39 AM
The BBJ hit today. Sadly, not at the table I was playing at though.

Lee
04-30-2009 , 06:07 AM
there is already harrah's ac thread...and its not as cool as the SB one muwahahahaha

I am serious tho, use search
04-30-2009 , 07:13 AM
I looked for one previously myself and didnt find the harrah's thread using search. Unfortunately I arrived at sat at the table the BBJ hit at a couple hours too late today lol arg seems to always work out that way.
04-30-2009 , 09:13 AM
Searched, I couldn't find that thread either.

Normally if I'm staying in AC, it's at Harrah's. Waterfront Tower FTW IMO. The poker room is very nice, very cozy so to speak. I think the only problem I do have with it is that their mega print cards need to be shrunk just like the Borgata but their poker chips beat the Borgata by a mile. I wish they'd have a few tables close to the poker room though. I have to walk a good distance before seeing a blackjack table.

Was just there a while ago, looking to go back this coming or next weekend.
04-30-2009 , 09:59 AM
Harrah's will never lose the big print cards. Compare your average Borgata table with Harrah's and you'll see why.
04-30-2009 , 10:16 AM
Harrah's is one of the only AC casinos I've never played at. Maybe I'll play there on my next trip, but how is the action mid-week? Do they have more than 3 1/2 NL tables on a weekday or is the room small and uncrowded.
04-30-2009 , 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Skinz Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
Harrah's is one of the only AC casinos I've never played at. Maybe I'll play there on my next trip, but how is the action mid-week? Do they have more than 3 1/2 NL tables on a weekday or is the room small and uncrowded.
If you are there at noon, the probably only have two at tables running, but they've had 6 or 7 1/2 NL games going most weekday evenings I have been there. Usually only one 2/5 game though.
04-30-2009 , 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by StackerBA Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
Harrah's will never lose the big print cards. Compare your average Borgata table with Harrah's and you'll see why.
I got the inside scoop. The big cards are gone as soon as they run out of the stock they have. I would also venture to say that Harrah's has the 2nd or 3rd youngest crowd in the city. The pool pulls the young'ins in.
04-30-2009 , 03:29 PM
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Originally Posted by AC Sandman Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
I got the inside scoop. The big cards are gone as soon as they run out of the stock they have. I would also venture to say that Harrah's has the 2nd or 3rd youngest crowd in the city. The pool pulls the young'ins in.
I was there last weekend and and all I have to say to that is it looked like gerriatricville to me.

So, the Borgatta and what else are younger then?

(note this is not meant to be offensive, I'm genuinely surprised and curious having only been to harrah's and the borg.).
04-30-2009 , 03:31 PM
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Originally Posted by AC Sandman Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
I got the inside scoop. The big cards are gone as soon as they run out of the stock they have. I would also venture to say that Harrah's has the 2nd or 3rd youngest crowd in the city. The pool pulls the young'ins in.
I would play at harrahs more if they got rid of the big cards, if your scoop is true, once they get smaller print on the cards, i will go there more often then not.
04-30-2009 , 06:01 PM
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Originally Posted by AC Sandman Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
I got the inside scoop. The big cards are gone as soon as they run out of the stock they have. I would also venture to say that Harrah's has the 2nd or 3rd youngest crowd in the city. The pool pulls the young'ins in.
Do you go to the same Harrah's I go to?
04-30-2009 , 06:17 PM
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Originally Posted by StackerBA Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
Do you go to the same Harrah's I go to?
+1.

when i was there last month, me and my friend were the only people under 30.


rnadom question, what is this "big print card" thing
04-30-2009 , 06:21 PM
yea every time I have been there its been old guys...even in the 2/5 game. I was like the young punk pushing all of them around.
04-30-2009 , 08:09 PM
Seriously. On the weekends it's slightly younger but I have yet to see many people from the pool come over to push the average age down. Although, since they added the ante to the 1-5 stud they only seem to get one going so that alone will drive down the average age of the room. I do like playing there but a lot of times you really have to change tables a lot to find a good game.

S2000Maniac: The cards there are in large print so you have to pull them up higher to see them. I don't understand what all the fuss is about. It makes it easier to read the cards. I can't image they ever get rid of them for the stud game unless there goal is to completely end that game.
04-30-2009 , 08:56 PM
How are the daily tournaments there? Which nights are the best to play?
04-30-2009 , 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by S2000Maniac Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
+1.

rnadom question, what is this "big print card" thing
http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1266/...12c83b2e41.jpg

Borgata (and most other poker rooms in AC use)

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...ying_cards.jpg
04-30-2009 , 11:22 PM
Nice links, $6.50

The biggest problem with Harrah's cards is that you have to lift them half way off the table to see your suits.
05-01-2009 , 12:04 AM
I'm a HUGE Harrah's fanboy. Other than Borgata, Harrah's is by far my favorite room. The TVs are the best (Caesar's is close but I'm a bigger fan of Harrah's), the regs tend to play their hands face up and weak, the comps at all Harrah's properties are the best, and they have the best game selection of all AC HET properties.

The big print cards are admittedly bad, but that's a small price to pay IMO. I hope to get out to Harrah's once more before the wife and I take our anniversary trip to Vegas 5/17.
05-01-2009 , 12:10 AM
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Originally Posted by RobTheDuck Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
Nice links, $6.50
Thanks, TBH I would like to know how to put the image there. I tried the same image code on another forum but on 2p2 it ended up just being text.
05-01-2009 , 12:28 AM
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Originally Posted by sixfiftySNGchk Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
Thanks, TBH I would like to know how to put the image there. I tried the same image code on another forum but on 2p2 it ended up just being text.
No space in between the [img] and the URL and the ending [/img]



05-01-2009 , 01:02 AM
They should keep the large indices but use four color decks.
05-01-2009 , 01:08 AM
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Originally Posted by ReyzorXxX Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
Which nights are the best to play?
Thurs-Sat, expect crowded house.
05-01-2009 , 01:15 AM
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Originally Posted by chajee Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
No space in between the [img] and the URL and the ending [/img]



Thanks for the help
05-01-2009 , 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Mattyspin Harrah's Resort (Atlantic City, NJ)
I'm a HUGE Harrah's fanboy. Other than Borgata, Harrah's is by far my favorite room. The TVs are the best (Caesar's is close but I'm a bigger fan of Harrah's), the regs tend to play their hands face up and weak, the comps at all Harrah's properties are the best, and they have the best game selection of all AC HET properties.

The big print cards are admittedly bad, but that's a small price to pay IMO. I hope to get out to Harrah's once more before the wife and I take our anniversary trip to Vegas 5/17.
I disagree about the comps since the only place to eat there now is the deli since they made the Waterfront places 2-1 comps.

      
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