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Old 08-26-2014, 07:47 AM   #1
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Horseshoe Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) -- FAQ in OP, added 2014.09.09

Welcome to the newest poker room the legendary Horseshoe family. 25 spacious tables in Maryland's most luxurious casino. Our WSOP branded poker room has 8 large screen TV's, table side food service, $1/min table massage and the best games in the area. Main Games; $1/$3 NLH $2/$5 NLH $5/$10 NLH $3/$6 LHE $5/$10 LHE $10/$20 LHE $5/$10 O/8 $2/$2 PLO $5/$5 PLO $10/$10 PLO See everyone on 8/26/2014 for opening night, beginning at 9pm.

Opening Promotions: Horseshoe Baltimore has a one of a kind Bad Beat. It has been developed with the local player in mind. Any Quads or Better beaten - $10,000 70% Bad Beat Hand 30% Winning Hand $500 Each Player Share Ace's full of Jack's - Ace's full of King's - $2,500 Bad Beat hand only King's full of 2's - Ace's full of 10's - $750 Bad Beat Hand Only Queen's full of 2's - Queen's full of Aces - $400 Bad Beat Hand Only Jack's full of 2's - Jack's full of Ace's - $200 Bad Beat Hand Only When the Bad Beat fund is less than $150,000 - Single Payouts When the Bad Beat Fund is $150,000 - $249,999 - Double Payouts When the Bad Beat Fund is $250,000 or greater - Triple Payouts. Bad Beat Fund as of 8/26/2014 - $25,000

Tournament information will follow as the room gets going. Hope to see everyone there!!


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POKER DIRECTOR
Anthony Chester

http://www.caesars.com/horseshoe-baltimore/ (main website)
http://www.caesars.com/horseshoe-baltimore/casino/poker (poker room link)

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
From the North
Take exit 52 for Maryland 295 S toward Balt-Wash Parkway

Merge onto MD-295 S

Take the exit toward Westport

Turn right onto Manokin St

Take the 1st right onto Tacoma St

Turn right to merge onto MD-295 Destination will be on the right

From the South
Take I295 North to the front door

From Rockville
Head northwest on I-270 N

Take exit 10 for Maryland 117/West Diamond Avenue toward Maryland 124 S/Clopper Road/Quince Orchard Road

Turn right onto MD-117 W

Turn left to merge onto I-270 S

Take exit 9 B-A for I-370 toward Sam Eig Hwy/Maryland 200 E

Take exit 9A on the left to merge onto I-370 E toward Maryland 200 E

Continue onto MD-200 E

Take exit 19A-B for Interstate 95 N toward Baltimore

Merge onto I-95 N

Take exit 52 toward Russell Street N


Parking

Our 3,500 space garage is free to all guests on non-M&T event days.
Valet parking is available for all guests and is complimentary for our Seven Stars and Diamond guests.

Platinum & Gold Members - $10

Non-Total Rewards Members - $20

Special Event Parking - $60 You can find a list of event days here

NUMBER OF TABLES
25. USB in every seat.

GAMES
1/3 NL ($100-$300)
2/5 NL ($200-$800)
5/10 NL ($500-$2500)
10/20 NL ($1,000-No max)

3/6, 5/10, 10/20, 20/40, 40/80 LHE (Buy ins 10X SB)

2/2 PLO ($200-$500)
5/5 PLO ($500-$2500)
10/10 PLO ($1000-No max)

5/10 Omaha 8+ ($50 min)

Mixed games and other games/limits on Request? Absolutely. Will also be encouraged and promoted.

If you voluntarily transfer to another game, you must comply with the min/max buy-in? No. You must take all your chips.

If you come from a broken game or a must move game, you take all your chips? Must move, yes. Broken, optional.

RAKE $6 + $1 Bad Beat

No flop, no drop.

Timed rake starts at 5/10 NL and 20/40 LHE.

Reduced rake when 6 players or less? Yes, upon request.

BAD BEAT JACKPOT Yes. (Will post rules in another thread)

Pot must be $10 to be BBJ eligible and must be 4 players dealt into the hand.

PROMOTIONS Horseshoe is matching all new player card tiers from MD Live.

VARIOUS RULES

10 Players to a table

There is a line on the tables, but it is not a hard betting line. Forward motion still dictates action.

A bet plus half again is a raise? Yes

Substantial action in CASH games is 3 players acting or 2 players putting money in the pot? Yes

When hand is down to 2 players, those players can talk and/or turn over cards? Yes (as long as the flipping over of the hand is not a forward folding motion)

Straddle from anywhere on the table (except the blnds) 2-5x.

Running it twice (or 3x) is allowed in time raked/non jackpot eligible games? Yes. Heads up with pot minimum of game buy in.

Four raise max in limit games? Yes

New players have to post? Yes

At showdown, players do not have the right to see mucked cards from losing hands? Correct

Winning hands at showdown can be seen upon player request? Correct

CARDS
Horseshoe Branded Kems

BOXES
No. However, funds can be kept at the cage digitally in safe keeping.

COMPS
$1.00/hr for 1/3 NL and $3/6 LHE
$1.50/hr for 2/5 NL and mid LHE
$2.00/hr for 5/10 NL and $20/40 LHE and higher

FOOD
Is available at the table.

WIFI
Yes.

Use of devices
As long as it is not disrupting the game


TOURNAMENTS

WSOP Circuit Event Feb 26, 2015 - March 9th, 2015
(Daily schedule coming soon)

Tax documentation provided on wins over $5K (minus the buy-in). Yes

MASSEUSES
Yes. $1/min


Also - link to Bravo Page:
http://www.bravopokerlive.com/site/s...?cid=UBA&mid=x

And a bit more legibly:

Opening Promotions
Horseshoe Baltimore has a one of a kind Bad Beat. It has been developed with the local player in mind.

Any Quads or Better beaten - $10,000 70% Bad Beat Hand 30% Winning Hand $500 Each Player Share
Ace's full of Jack's - Ace's full of King's - $2,500 Bad Beat hand only
King's full of 2's - Ace's full of 10's - $750 Bad Beat Hand Only
Queen's full of 2's - Queen's full of Aces - $400 Bad Beat Hand Only
Jack's full of 2's - Jack's full of Ace's - $200 Bad Beat Hand Only

When the Bad Beat fund is less than $150,000 - Single Payouts
When the Bad Beat Fund is $150,000 - $249,999 - Double Payouts
When the Bad Beat Fund is $250,000 or greater - Triple Payouts.

Bad Beat Fund as of 8/26/2014 - $25,000

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Old 08-26-2014, 08:33 AM   #2
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re: Horseshoe Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) -- FAQ in OP, added 2014.09.09

Good luck with the room Anthony. I know that you'll run this room professionally and with a creative flare. Looking forward to a visit this fall.
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Old 08-26-2014, 11:13 AM   #3
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re: Horseshoe Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) -- FAQ in OP, added 2014.09.09

This was supplied by Anthony in the Hype Thread and should probably go in the OP:

POKER DIRECTOR
Anthony Chester

http://www.caesars.com/Baltimore/
http://www.caesars.com/baltimore/cas...l#.U-5qHPldWSo (Under construction)

DIRECTIONS AND PARKING
From the North
Take exit 52 for Maryland 295 S toward Balt-Wash Parkway

Merge onto MD-295 S

Take the exit toward Westport

Turn right onto Manokin St

Take the 1st right onto Tacoma St

Turn right to merge onto MD-295 Destination will be on the right

From the South
Take I295 North to the front door

From Rockville
Head northwest on I-270 N

Take exit 10 for Maryland 117/West Diamond Avenue toward Maryland 124 S/Clopper Road/Quince Orchard Road

Turn right onto MD-117 W

Turn left to merge onto I-270 S

Take exit 9 B-A for I-370 toward Sam Eig Hwy/Maryland 200 E

Take exit 9A on the left to merge onto I-370 E toward Maryland 200 E

Continue onto MD-200 E

Take exit 19A-B for Interstate 95 N toward Baltimore

Merge onto I-95 N

Take exit 52 toward Russell Street N


Parking

Our 3,500 space garage is free to all guests on non-M&T event days.
Valet parking is available for all guests and is complimentary for our Seven Stars and Diamond guests.

Platinum & Gold Members - $10

Non-Total Rewards Members - $20

Special Event Parking - $60 You can find a list of event days here

NUMBER OF TABLES
25. USB in every seat.

GAMES
1/3 NL ($100-$300)
2/5 NL ($200-$800)
5/10 NL ($500-$2500)
10/20 NL ($1,000-No max)

3/6, 5/10, 10/20, 20/40, 40/80 LHE (Buy ins 10X SB)

2/2 PLO ($200-$500)
5/5 PLO ($500-$2500)
10/10 PLO ($1000-No max)

5/10 Omaha 8+ ($50 min)

Mixed games and other games/limits on Request? Absolutely. Will also be encouraged and promoted.

If you voluntarily transfer to another game, you must comply with the min/max buy-in? No. You must take all your chips.

If you come from a broken game or a must move game, you take all your chips? Must move, yes. Broken, optional.

RAKE $6 + $1 Bad Beat

No flop, no drop.

Timed rake starts at 5/10 NL and 20/40 LHE.

Reduced rake when 6 players or less? Yes, upon request.

BAD BEAT JACKPOT Yes. (Will post rules in another thread)

Pot must be $10 to be BBJ eligible and must be 4 players dealt into the hand.

PROMOTIONS Horseshoe is matching all new player card tiers from MD Live.

VARIOUS RULES

10 Players to a table

There is a line on the tables, but it is not a hard betting line. Forward motion still dictates action.

A bet plus half again is a raise? Yes

Substantial action in CASH games is 3 players acting or 2 players putting money in the pot? Yes

When hand is down to 2 players, those players can talk and/or turn over cards? Yes (as long as the flipping over of the hand is not a forward folding motion)

Straddle from anywhere on the table (except the blnds) 2-5x.

Running it twice (or 3x) is allowed in time raked/non jackpot eligible games? Yes. Heads up with pot minimum of game buy in.

Four raise max in limit games? Yes

New players have to post? Yes

At showdown, players do not have the right to see mucked cards from losing hands? Correct

Winning hands at showdown can be seen upon player request? Correct

CARDS
Horseshoe Branded Kems

BOXES
No. However, funds can be kept at the cage digitally in safe keeping.

COMPS
$1.00/hr for 1/3 NL and $3/6 LHE
$1.50/hr for 2/5 NL and mid LHE
$2.00/hr for 5/10 NL and $20/40 LHE and higher

FOOD
Is available at the table.

WIFI
Yes.

Use of devices
As long as it is not disrupting the game


TOURNAMENTS

WSOP Circuit Event Feb 26, 2015 - March 9th, 2015
(Daily schedule coming soon)

Tax documentation provided on wins over $5K (minus the buy-in). Yes

MASSEUSES
Yes. $1/min


Also - link to Bravo Page:
http://www.bravopokerlive.com/site/s...?cid=UBA&mid=x

And a bit more legibly:

Opening Promotions
Horseshoe Baltimore has a one of a kind Bad Beat. It has been developed with the local player in mind.

Any Quads or Better beaten - $10,000 70% Bad Beat Hand 30% Winning Hand $500 Each Player Share
Ace's full of Jack's - Ace's full of King's - $2,500 Bad Beat hand only
King's full of 2's - Ace's full of 10's - $750 Bad Beat Hand Only
Queen's full of 2's - Queen's full of Aces - $400 Bad Beat Hand Only
Jack's full of 2's - Jack's full of Ace's - $200 Bad Beat Hand Only

When the Bad Beat fund is less than $150,000 - Single Payouts
When the Bad Beat Fund is $150,000 - $249,999 - Double Payouts
When the Bad Beat Fund is $250,000 or greater - Triple Payouts.

Bad Beat Fund as of 8/26/2014 - $25,000
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:22 PM   #4
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re: Horseshoe Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) -- FAQ in OP, added 2014.09.09

Now open for business! I'll put the above post into OP as a FAQ soon.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:33 PM   #5
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What does double and triple payouts mean?

My savings from using masseuses might offset the increased $1 rake.

Will be interested if they get a regular 5/10 limit game
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:36 PM   #6
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Line is stretched around the block. Would not advise coming out tonight
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:40 PM   #7
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What does double and triple payouts mean?
I would assume that the fixed payouts for bad beats listed just above that are doubled/trebled when the slush fund gets bigger.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:48 PM   #8
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Line is stretched around the block. Would not advise coming out tonight
7 games total going an hour in? Guess I'm glad I didn't show up tonight.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:48 PM   #9
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Ah, of course. That makes sense.
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:49 PM   #10
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Anthony, does the room have the NFL ticket? Will you be showing many different games while a Ravens game is on? Hoping you'll have the Eagles games on, I'll be there for every game
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:54 PM   #11
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Strange bravo shows 7 tables going and 69 ppl on the waiting list. Is this accurate or is the app not connecting properly?

Also, will the room be taking call ins? Any verification if Diamond gets priority seating and if so, how does that work?
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Old 08-26-2014, 09:56 PM   #12
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For the bad beat, do the full houses have to be pocket pairs? Or just use both hole cards? Excited to check the place out.
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Old 08-26-2014, 10:31 PM   #13
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Anthony, does the room have the NFL ticket? Will you be showing many different games while a Ravens game is on? Hoping you'll have the Eagles games on, I'll be there for every game
FYI $50-60 to park during ravens home games
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re: Horseshoe Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) -- FAQ in OP, added 2014.09.09

Heard you can't get in. How dumb is MD to postpone all these openings when gambling was proposed 12+ years ago. Anyone there have any info on table minimums, specifically craps.....thanks!!
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Old 08-26-2014, 11:28 PM   #15
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I was told 25$ at the soft opening but it wasn't set in stone.
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Old 08-26-2014, 11:31 PM   #16
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FYI $50-60 to park during ravens home games
Yeah, I read the details. Thanks for the heads up though. I am diamond so not worried about that, but also live in the city and am a $5 cab ride away.
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Old 08-26-2014, 11:55 PM   #17
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re: Horseshoe Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) -- FAQ in OP, added 2014.09.09

hm.. this thread is live but I thought the open isn't till thurs?
or soft open counts??
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hm.. this thread is live but I thought the open isn't till thurs?
or soft open counts??
Soft open was last Thursday. Grand opening was tonight at 9PM. Check out twitter with some of the Baltimore news stations. Apparently the casino is at capacity, 6800, and there is a line that is not moving that wraps around the building.
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Old 08-27-2014, 01:39 AM   #19
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re: Horseshoe Baltimore (Baltimore, MD) -- FAQ in OP, added 2014.09.09

I'm really tired, but here is a quickie trip report. We got there around 7:00pm or so. There was a VIP party going on that we couldn't crash.

We waited until 9:00, when as promised the doors opened. What was, in theory, supposed to be an orderly entrance turned into something of a mob scene as a couple of thousand people all tried to enter at once.

Happily, this will only happen this once. After tonight, the casino is open 24/7 so I don't expect any further such crowds.

Once we were inside, the place is beautiful. The poker room is terrific - the tables are far enough apart that one can walk around easily, the waitresses were attentive and came around often. The dealers and chip runners were showing signs of opening night jitters, but I fully expect everything to run more smoothly and quickly as the kinks are worked out and the people are more used to the jobs.

Lots of 1/3 tables in action, several 2/5NL tables, a 5/10 NL table, a 6/12 HORSE game, and a 5/5 PLO table (strangely, no 2/2 game open - just the 5/5) were all in evidence.

Anthony was ready for a crowd - all 25 tables had dealers, chips, and cards at the ready. Long lines to get into the casino - but no lines (at least that I saw) for the poker room. Kudos to Anthony and his staff!!!

Masseuses were in evidence as well. $1 per minute is the going rate.

We had fun, made money, and will be back tomorrow (today, actually, as I type this.)

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Old 08-27-2014, 02:52 AM   #20
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$1 masseuse wtffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffff bum**** iowa is the only place I have seen that
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Though I still have great faith in CET's ability to ruin a good thing, everything about this casino is awesome.
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Old 08-27-2014, 06:42 AM   #22
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$1 masseuse wtffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff ffffffffffff bum**** iowa is the only place I have seen that
$1 a minute was rate at Charlestown as well
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Old 08-27-2014, 06:44 AM   #23
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Once we were inside, the place is beautiful. The poker room is terrific - the tables are far enough apart that one can walk around easily, the waitresses were attentive and came around often. The dealers and chip runners were showing signs of opening night jitters, but I fully expect everything to run more smoothly and quickly as the kinks are worked out and the people are more used to the jobs.

Lots of 1/3 tables in action, several 2/5NL tables, a 5/10 NL table, a 6/12 HORSE game, and a 5/5 PLO table (strangely, no 2/2 game open - just the 5/5) were all in evidence.

Anthony was ready for a crowd - all 25 tables had dealers, chips, and cards at the ready. Long lines to get into the casino - but no lines (at least that I saw) for the poker room.
Lee
Did I read correctly and see button straddles are authorized? That fact alone makes me want to check it out.
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Did I read correctly and see button straddles are authorized? That fact alone makes me want to check it out.
Mississippi straddle, up to 5x bb.
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Old 08-27-2014, 09:10 AM   #25
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I like the bad beat. Wish more casinos would follow your example
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