Room comps are great, food is really good. Small changes keep happening that seem to make the giveaways less and less. Meal comps used to be 40 each time, I gamble more now and only get 15. There is no extra point days ever so moving up to the next levels feels impossible. Changes to the menu are frustrating. The slot winnings are getting smaller and less frequent, sad thing is I’ve noticed the same names winning the slot tournaments too. So if your an average player you don’t stand a chance. I’m not saying I want the old management back I just want to feel like I can enjoy myself a little while before all my money is gone.
I like this place I get ecash every Wednesday But I still never win I spend like 500 a buck a week never have I ever won a jackpot or more then 100 buck I just like the food and hotel rooms really nice pool area but slots sucks and table sucks I try not to play as much...
My wife and I have been going to Chukchansi for years, but this last year there has been noticeable and unfavorable changes you may want to consider. Chukchansi has always has been a great place for an evening or overnight stay with wonderful food and a beautiful motel. We personally go to play the slots, which is a nice variety. However, during this last year, it no longer is a bustling casino with a festive gaming atmosphere. No doubt the economy has taken its toll, but it’s more than that. The slots have become extremely tight and when they do hit their payouts are much smaller than what the same hit would be at other casinos. This "tightness" of play is not just a onetime occurrence...it has become a pattern we have seen the number of times we have been there in the last 6 months. We go not even expecting to win, but we do expect to be able to at least play a little while before losing our stake. Some say it's because of the new tribal faction that has now gained control of running the business. Anyway, sad to report we and our friends have decided we will no longer be going there. There are two other casinos within short driving distance (15 minutes, 1 hour) that will now get our dollars. We miss our old Chukchansi.