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Gun Lake BJ

Discussion in 'Midwest USA' started by creeping panther, Feb 8, 2011.

  1. For those of you thinking about going there on opening don't waste your time.

    I have a inside report on the game and it is a 6d, asm, das, doa, h-17, 1.5. It is only better than Odawa and that ain't saying much!:laugh:

    Gun Lake had better wake up, offering non-competitive games is not going to pay off their huge debt to Goldman quicker.

    Let's see, one restaurant, lousy games, no hotel, one lounge, Geez!!:laugh::rolleyes:

    CP
     
  2. TheMadHatter

    TheMadHatter Member

    Thanks for the heads up
     
  3. paddywhack

    paddywhack Well-Known Member

    Aw shucks

    Guess I'll save the gas and play closer to home ;)
     
  4. 21gunsalute

    21gunsalute Well-Known Member

    In other words, same rules as Firekeepers, which I've had more success at than other casinos with more favorable rules. Go figure. At least they're not having 8 deck games with 3 and a half decks cut off like they have at Four Winds.
     
  5. 21

    Can't figure that one out. Just keep on truckin Bro', I know you are an awesome player.:)

    GL has not one full pay JOB, not one. That really says it all. GL offers a junk game especially in light of the overall competition with the exception of Odawa, which is tetering on closing for the winter.

    CP
     
  6. blackjack avenger

    blackjack avenger Well-Known Member

    Awwwwwwesome

    Another casino!

    Especially if in your locality is great!!!!!

    Every game offered could be better, or worse!

    :joker::whip:
     
  7. Dyepaintball12

    Dyepaintball12 Well-Known Member

    Boo! I expected great things!
     
  8. Avenger

    OKkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk:confused::laugh:

    CP
     
  9. Percy

    Percy Well-Known Member

  10. blackjack avenger

    blackjack avenger Well-Known Member

    Golden Age of Blackjack?

    Some consider now the golden age of blackjack because of all the casinos. In several areas of the country things very recently got much better. CP are you implying that a new casino is not a good thing?
     
  11. Avenger

    I am pointing out their total stupidity by their refusal to compete! A bad casino near me means nothing to me, except that my neighbors will be losing their money on trash games,,,a bad thing.

    CP
     
  12. sagefr0g

    sagefr0g Well-Known Member

    here's what they are saying in this link:
    http://www.battlecreekenquirer.com/article/20110210/NEWS01/102100314/1002/NEWS01

    Officials at both casinos said they weren't worried about the competition.

    Mike Facenda, FireKeepers spokesman, in fact extended public congratulations to the Gun Lake Tribe on behalf of the Athens Township-based Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi, which owns FireKeepers.

    And D.K. Sprague, tribal chairman of the Gun Lake Tribe, said Wednesday, "I don't like the word 'competition.' We have a lot of brothers and sisters in that tribe. We're all a family."

    Meanwhile, George Erickcek, a Kalamazoo economist studying FireKeepers' impact on Calhoun County, said he didn't think Gun Lake would pull much business from FireKeepers.

    The local casino, located midway between Battle Creek and Marshall, likely pulls most of its traffic from I-94, Erickcek said, while Gun Lake will rely more on U.S. 131 traffic. Both casinos are visible from those respective highways.

    Facenda would not say how much business FireKeepers pulls from the Grand Rapids market, but the two casinos are competing.
     
  13. Gl

    My Dear friend Sage,

    I was at FK tonight and GL was the talk of the casino workers and MGMT. They were concerned about it's opening Friday Morn. The article was very polite, but in reality they both will be at each others throat,,and GL has a long ways to go to close the gap with the other casinos.:laugh:

    CP
     
    Last edited: Feb 11, 2011
  14. blackjack avenger

    blackjack avenger Well-Known Member

    So Casinos Do Matter

    This is probably how casinos compete and apparently rarely realize it. The innocent casino civilian goes to casino A 3 times and loses. So he decides to try his luck at casino B and wins. Where do you think the patron will go next? Now, the casino that has better games is probably the one where the patron won.

    :joker::whip:
    good cards
     
  15. 21gunsalute

    21gunsalute Well-Known Member

  16. Blue Efficacy

    Blue Efficacy Well-Known Member

    The state highway department is responsible for all interchanges on US highway.
     
  17. 21gunsalute

    21gunsalute Well-Known Member

    Oh I'm well aware of that. You'd think MDOT could have seen this problem coming years in advance though.
     
  18. 21gunsalute

    21gunsalute Well-Known Member

    Don't bother is an understatement!

    I decided to check this place out during the wee hours of the morning. I didn't stay more than about 5 minutes. All the lower limit tables were CSM. The 6-deck shoes tables were all $25 min on up. They had a $100 min table that had $1000 max. I couldn't get close enough to a table to check pen.

    I checked out VP in 2 diffrent locations. Jacks or Better were all set to 8:5 not 9:6. There may be 9:6 somewhere in the building but I wasn't about to waste time searching for them.

    I'm hoping once the crowds thin out the mins on the shoe tables will come down, but for right now there is absolutely no reason to visit this place unless you enjoy waiting for hours in traffic and then getting ripped off once you enter the building.
     
  19. Blue Efficacy

    Blue Efficacy Well-Known Member

    I am unfamiliar with the local geography, how far is this burn joint from the nearest competing casino?
     

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