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Ceasars Atlantic CityCaesars Atlantic City is one of the most popular hotel-casinos in New Jersey. It is the second and one of the oldest casinos in Atlantic City. It was opened in the year 1979 and is owned by Caesars Entertainment Corporation, which was originally founded as Harrah’s Entertainment Inc. in 1937. Today, Caesars group is the largest gaming service provider in the world. Caesars Palace is one of the famous Las Vegas casinos owned by the group, which owns and operates 50 other hotels, resorts, casinos and golf courses across the US.

Caesars group operates casinos under popular brand names like Bally’s, Harrah’s, and Horseshoe. The group also owns and operates the Caesars Windsor in Ontario, Canada.

General Information:

Caesars Atlantic City
2100 Pacific Avenue
Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401-6688



Caesars Atlantic City Review

Caesars Atlantic City is among the top rated luxury hotel-casinos in Atlantic City, NJ. The casino is located in the roman styled building that also houses the hotel and the spa. Caesars Atlantic City gambling operations are licensed by the Boardwalk Regency Corporation. The casino offers a collection of entertaining gambling and novelty games to its visitors.

Caesars casino is spread over 145,000 sq ft and accommodates 3000 slot and video poker machines, and 135 table games. The casino is separated into different sections like Palace East, the Racebook, the Poker Arena, slots and video poker arena, and a separate section for table games for players’ convenience.

Caesars table games

Caesars Atlantic City casino offers 135 table games that include roulette, craps, baccarat and mini-baccarat, blackjack and more. A few table games with oriental origins, like Pai Gow poker, Pai Gow tiles and more are offered in the Palace East section. Maximum bet limits for most of the table games are set to $15,000 and you may not easily find a table for stakes lower than $25. The maximum bet is highest for blackjack at $50,000 and least for Roulette at $1,000.

To make your visit all the more interesting, Caesars offers different table game variants like Sic Bo, Rapid Roulette, Single Deck Blackjack, Fortune Pai Gow, 4-card poker, 3-card poker, Caribbean stud poker, Big Six, Let it Ride, and Spanish 21.

Slot and video poker games

Caesars casino is home to some of the most exciting and entertaining slot machine games. You may not always win at the slots in this casino, but you can be certain about having a lot of fun playing them. Slots and video poker machines are located in the spacious second level of the casino, and also in the Palace East area. The Second Level Casino of Caesars Atlantic City has some of the best slot machines with the latest slot games in the industry. The casino has over 3000 machines where you can play multi-reel slot machine games, video poker variants and clue slot games.

The Palace East, which is dedicated to Asian gaming, holds around 130 slot machine games with stakes starting from $1 and going as high as $500. To make your experience a bit more thrilling, look for the clue slot machine games to solve mysteries and win big money in the process. The minimum bet for slots at Caesars is $1 and the maximum can go as high as $1,000. Compared to a few other casinos in the city, Caesars slot machine payouts are pretty decent at over 93%.

The penny slot machines in the casino have given away millions of dollars in the recent years. Between 2010 and 2012, Caesars paid out around $8 million for jackpot prizes in slots.

Caesars poker arena

Caesars poker arena is one of the best places to enjoy poker tournaments in Atlantic City. The poker room may not be the biggest in Atlantic City, but it sure is one of the most lavish and comfortable ones. The poker room accommodates more than 20 tables and is a complete smoke free zone. It is equipped with 50 plasma televisions and is almost always buzzing with activity. Texas Holdem, as always, is the most played poker variant in this room, although there are a few tables are reserved for Omaha and stud poker games.

The structured poker games at Caesars begin low at $2-4, $3-6 and $4-8. No-limit games are offered from $1-2, $2-5 and $5-10. Higher stakes tables are offered only on demand, which is most of the times. Chips for the games have to be purchased at the cashier’s window in one corner of the room, which could be a little inconvenient at times. Caesars poker arena hosts the daily deep stack tournaments twice every day, at 1:15 pm and 6:15 pm. The buy-in for this is $100, and the stack size is 20,000, which is decent enough for the price you pay. If you win this tournament, you will be invited to play the Caesars Tournament of Champions that the casino hosts once every month.

Playing poker at Caesars will also give you a chance to win the combined Bad Beat jackpot from the four Caesars properties in Atlantic City. If you are lucky enough to hit the super diamond royal flush in 3-card poker, you could be walking away from Caesars with a jackpot prize of $1 million.

Racebook and novelty games

You can bet on around 18 different races at Caesars racebook. There racebook has 44 seats and is equipped with a video wall and over 60 LCD monitors to watch the action. Caesars casino also offers novelty games like Caesars and Cleopatra’s lucky numbers games at its Keno lounge.

Reward programs

Caesars Atlantic City Casino does not have any specific rewards program for its members. But it is among the 40 resorts and casinos that are covered by the Total Rewards program by Caesars Entertainment Corporation. If you are a registered member of this program, you could enjoy privileges in dining, gaming and accommodation across Caesars properties in US.

Caesars Atlantic City also runs several promotions from time to time and rewards the winners generously. If you happen to be at the casino during such period, don’t hesitate to make the most of it. For all you know, the casino may not be all that bighearted on your next visit.




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