Treasure Island Resort Casino

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(Updated: June 17, 2015)
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1.2
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1.0
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This is a good place to stay away from! I live close by, and bring some local elderly out about once, sometimes twice a week for a getaway. I walk around and watch the players on the slots, and the only ones I see winning are the obvious Schill players. Usually women, but I have seen men also. They usually play $5 and up per shot, and always do great, usually showing around $4oo and up on their credits, then they disappear. I have followed them, and they usually go to an employees only area.
As for the folks I bring: they used to win occasionaly, but within the last four to five years, winners are EXTREMELY rare. In five years, I have seen only one person in our group win more than $300.
Also, comps have been reduced to nothing. Used to get a free meal occasionally, if you played $5,000 or so. Now all comps are zero. Hotel stays are a joke. My advice: Stay Away!
JM
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Really?
(Updated: September 10, 2013)
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1.4
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I went to see Jay Leno last weekend and the slots were terrible. There were at least two thousand people at the show and even more people in the casino. In my three hour visit I saw two people with a hand pay and both were at the $1200 minimum. I guess they needed to soak all the customers to help pay for Jay...at least his show was a delight! The rest of the experience was forgettable.
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