Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort

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It Was an Assault and Mugging
(Updated: November 03, 2011)
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I've played at numerous casinos throughout the country -- MGM Grand in Detroit... Mole Lake in Wisconsin. ,The Golden Lake Casino in Kansas. Grand Victoria Casino in Chicago, Harrahs Chester Casino & Racetrack in Philly, The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Biloxi. The Island View Casino Resort in Gulfport, The Black Hawk Casinos in Colorado, Calder Casino & Race Course in Florida and on and on -- I'm just naming 1 per state but believe me there is more -- Been to all the big ones around the U.S and plenty of the boutique places as well. Name a state - I've been to at least one casino there. Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Mexico, Oregon, Idaho, Connecticut... Not to mention Europe and Eastern Europe. Went to Le Royal Meridien National in Russia and the Divonne Les Bains, in France -- But OUT OF THEM ALL - only 1 managed to boggle my mind and give me a literal migraine (For which I don't get) ...It was this Club Clearwater Casino in Washington State. Believe me... I know the odds. I know the risks and I have taken them with all my travels, but those words don't even apply at that Club Clearwater Suqaumish place. Unbelievable. Absolutely mind boggling. I am sorry but the best way to describe it was the same feeling as being MUGGED or robbed. In fact I have to say that I was indeed mugged years ago and the experience was traumatic but it didn't sit with me as hard as my experience at this Clearwater. I don't know how they do it . They perhaps are not regulated... But even then I must point out that Ive been to some shady joints -- even one poker house in Turkey that I know had some mob ties but even those places never assaulted the customers like this place did. It was as if they never wanted you to return. BINGO! They scored... I mean how or why would someone? You can walk from slot to slot and slide in one hundred dollar bills and hit those buttons in any varying pattern or bet and you will never once see more then 10% above your bet come back -- The bonus rounds generally don't kick in until you're blurry eyed, but even when they do you wonder WHY? Why do they bother kicking in because they pay... NOTHING... Seriously... Bonus rounds that equate to zero... Bonus rounds that took you hours to have the chance to play that return NOTHING. I mean you expect for a symbol of the middle finger to pop up at you -- But even that would be too respectful there -- This was true for me AND my friends and we are talking 5 solid days of this. It was funny on day two. On day four we were all out of our minds. Day 5 we were stoned faced. Not about the loss (although it hurt) about how absolutely UN-FUN it was. Relentless. Brutal. Crazy.

RU
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Play when it's good, or else...
(Updated: October 09, 2011)
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I've played at most of the casinos throughout western Washington, and I would have to put Clearwater at the top of the list. When the slots are paying, there is no better place to play--clean, bright, friendly, good food, and very little smoke. The staff tries to be friendly and helpful, especially if you play often. Now the catch--when are those slots paying? I've had a few good days with the Clearwater, made hundreds. But for the most part, I've lost thousands looking for those good days. You can't come out ahead; you can only hope to pay a reasonable cost per hour for your entertainment. I would put that cost at roughly $40 per hour, unless you are wagering quarters or less. If you want to gamble in Washington, I think that's what you'll typically pay. I've decided that I can't afford to continue paying so much for this hobby, and thus have self barred myself for awhile. But for those of you who have cash laying around and want to get rid of it, I think the ClearWallet is about as good as you're going to find in the Seattle area. As to my previous question: your best chances are on Sunday through Wednesday, midnight to 2 AM. Don't go early or stay any later. The biggest reason I've lost more than I gained here is that they will take back the big payouts as quick as they can. Too many bad bays for my taste...
S
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(Updated: May 24, 2011)
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I and my friend spent a lot of the money at clearwater casino but we never win..... slot machines took took our money and never gave back....
Some of Player's Club are not polite at all, should be nice to the costumer since they spent money over there::(((
the food is great but Truly Awful Costumer Service exactly Player's Club.
S
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Not worth the trip
(Updated: May 13, 2011)
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Considering it takes a ferry ride or a very long drive through Tacoma and up the peninsula to get here from Seattle, it wasn't worth it.

The place was pretty clean and the people OK but it didn't pay. Took and took and took and never gave back.

If you just like to play, fine. If you're hoping to win, steer clear.
SK
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Not awesome, but not bad. A nice escape from Seat
Overall rating
 
3.9
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3.0
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4.0
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5.0
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This is a reasonably nice mid-sized casino and has a large number of electronic slots. There are table games as well as keno too.

The deli is decent (they have great home-made clam chowder on Fridays), but I think the buffet ($23.95) is overpriced on the weekend, unless you like crab legs, in which case you're in luck.

The slots seem tight in my opinion, and they don't have many of the latest "big name" slots, either. There are 3 different cash systems for the slots, one using your player's club card as a stored-value card, and the other two using bar coded tickets. None is compatible with the other two, so you may find yourself constantly cashing out to switch machines.

One GREAT feature, they do have a free shuttle bus that meets every ferry from Seattle to Bainbridge Island, then they cart you off to the casino. So if you're staying downtown without a car, and you just want to get away, you can walk onto the Bainbridge Island ferry. Enjoy a nice 35 minute ferry ride and they'll pick you up on the other side, then bring you back when it's time to go. They have live music some nights. Serve-yourself soft drinks are free, and cocktails and beer are cheap.
J
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