Monday, May 18, 2009

Stillness at Atlantic City Casinos

The casinos at Atlantic City are now experiencing distressing quietness due to winter season. This has lead to the settling down of slot machines as well as the vacant gambling tables with lonely dealers. However, another reason can be the influence of recession, while other predicted cause is the tough competition among the slot parlors at Pennsylvania.

As the Jersey shore started receiving a positive signature, rest other casinos are also planning to reverse the percentage drop in the gambling revenues by 6 % as compare to the previous years. Casinos are also planning for the other events and facility, to drag the players like the poker tournaments, beach bars, food festival and many attractive bonus and promotional offers.

In addition, Trump Marina and Trump Plaza have started with outdoor bar, dining, and amusement venues replacing their umbrella drinks and cold brews for the weekends. Another highlighted event at the Deck, which overlooks Trump's marina, will be FakeFest, with tribute bands mimicking famous groups. However the tickets are free for the event from June 26-28, with a cover charge for men ($5- Friday; $10 Saturday-Sunday).

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