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Atlantic City Casinos

Although the entertainment and beautiful beaches are inviting, visitors agree that the casinos in Atlantic City are the biggest draw.

When someone says "casino", what's the first thing that jumps into your mind? Is it images of smoky rooms, loud and dark? When you come visit us in Atlantic City, that image is instantly dispelled, replaced by one of friendly dealers standing at tables on large open gaming floors, with helpful staff to serve you. From the glittering lights to the jingling of the coins in the slot machines, everything will be sure to delight you when you come to Atlantic City. Whatever your favorite game, there is always room for one more player at our tables and casinos, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.

There is probably no name more synonymous with Atlantic City than that of Donald Trump, and the numerous Trump casinos and hotels. The flamboyant character has created many equally flamboyant casinos, many of which can be seen and enjoyed on the Boardwalk here. The Trump Taj Mahal is a huge casino, with over 5000 slot machines in varying denominations from the nickel slots to the high rollers. Perhaps the most interesting feature about Trump Taj Mahal is the Dragon Room, a gaming area designated specifically for the oriental themed games of Pai Gow Tiles, Pai Gow Poker, and Mini-Baccarat. There's even a little noodle shop in here, with made to order soups; five selections are offered each day.

Trump Plaza was Donald Trump's first foray into casinos, and is a lot tamer than most of his establishments. Here you find all your favorite table games. Choose from black jack, baccarat, roulette, or craps, or try your hand at Pai Gow Poker, Sic Bo, or Caribbean Stud Poker. Of course, there are all sorts of slot machines, from multipliers to multi-line. You can bring a bucket of nickels and play all day, or go all the way up to wagers of $600 on $100 multiplier machines. All the machines are guaranteed to pay out a minimum of 83%, so the odds are good!

Trump is only one of the names you see when you stroll down the Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Ballys, Harrah's, the Sands, and the Hilton are also prominent, along with many more. Whatever game you enjoy, you can find it as the price you want to pay in one of our many casinos.

Atlantic City Area Staff