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Atlantic City is a great place to play poker and meet other enthusiastic poker players. It is here that you can experience everything Vegas, without actually making the trip to Nevada. Atlantic City has so many casinos that choosing one can be hard. Yet, playing at the right casino is important for a fun and safe experience. Some of the top casinos for poker in Atlantic City are discussed below.

Ceasars Atlantic City #5: Caesars Atlantic City

General Information:
Caesars Atlantic City
2100 Pacific Avenue
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401-6688
800-223-7277

The Poker Arena at Caesars is a brilliant addition to the poker scene in Atlantic City. This poker room will give you one of the best experiences in terms of luxury poker. The arena can be easily accessed from the main entrance. 20 non-smoking tables in the room are a pleasure to play at, as they have table-side service offering a large variety of speciality cuisine and beverages. The tables are flanked by 50' plasma TV's. The poker room is open 24 hours and offers limit and no limit games that start from $2/$4 dollars. The management at this casino is known to be very efficient and friendly. Tournaments are held regularly, with buy-ins that are affordable even to those on a limited budget.

Harrah's Atlantic City #4: Harrah's Atlantic City

General Information:
Harrah's Atlantic City
777 Harrah's Boulevard
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
800-645-6774

Harrah's poker room features 40 poker tables with games like No Limit Texas Hold 'em and Seven Card Stud. The poker limits on limit and no-limit games vary, beginning from $2 to $4 on limit Texas Hold 'em and $1 to $2 on the no-limit version. Seven Card Stud poker begins at just $1 and goes up to $5. The seating offered at this poker room is extremely comfortable and complemented by food and beverages that are served at the table-side. The poker room has large plasma TV that allow you to catch all the action while playing. It also hosts the World Series of Poker satellites, which attract a large number of players.

Revel's poker room #3: Revel's Poker Room

General Information:
Revel's Poker Room
500 Boardwalk
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401-6338
855-348-0500

The poker room at Revel is located on the floor above the dining and gaming area. The room features windows for those who would like to look out upon the casino underneath. This poker room features 37 lavish tables that offer a wide variety of games including Razz, Seven-Card Stud and Omaha. Drinks are served by your table and the seating is comfortable to suit your long hours of winning.

Borgata #2: Borgata

General Information:
Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
1 Borgata Way
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
609-317-1000

The Borgata poker room features 85 poker tables and is an experience that is very different from the Trump Taj Mahal. Characteristics of Vegas are much more apparent in this casino. Every table has automatic card shufflers, is sleek and fancy. This room was opened newly in 2006 and has a separate tournament section at the back. Poker games offered at this casino include Seven-Card Stud, Omaha and Texas Hold'em. The casino attracts a lot of high rollers and poker champions. The staff is extremely efficient and friendly as well.

The Trump Taj Mahal #1: The Trump Taj Mahal

General Information:
The Trump Taj Mahal
1000 Boardwalk at Virginia Avenue
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401
609-449-1000

The Trump Taj Mahal boasts of one of the most famous poker rooms in the whole country. There is no way you can ignore the entertainment and action once you enter this poker room. The variety of games offered here is the largest in Atlantic City and includes games like Omaha hi-lo and seven-card stud. There is always something for every poker player and the limits vary from $1/$2 to $75/$150. Tournaments in this casino take place on a daily basis.

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