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When I returned, three tables had been removed and of course, more slot machines took their place. I'll touch on that in a second. My personal opinion is poker is nothing more than an afterthought for the management of this casino but the staff who work the poker room are top notch and do seem to genuinely care about it.
This is NOT a No Limit game. It's also not Limit either. It's what I would describe as a hybrid "Cap" game. You can only call the 20 and add another on top of it.
You can't go all in. This can be costly in terms of getting value out of monster hands and coolers. I experienced that first hand while holding A9 with an AA2 9 2 board with someone also holding an A.
The obvious assumption was I was playing the board but because of the cap, I couldn't get the max value of the hand and situation.
So, yeah Okay, that aside It's a corner of the casino surrounded by a chest high railing with slots on one side, a wall on the other and table games by the entrance.
Sometimes it can be quite loud when they have live entertainment there which can mess with the game a bit as the tables are not your standard size ring tables.
They're an oversized beast with kind of a weird shaped padding around the outside. Take the octagon and apply it to the ends of the table and thats pretty much what you got.
It makes for a lot more room but because they put the players club card slots in the table at each seat it makes it kinda awkward because you will keep hitting your card sticking out of the table.
Normally, you'd put your chips up against the railing but since there isn't any there's a gap where if you get your chips too close to it they'll tip over into your lap.
There's a few tv's in the room and they're pretty accommodating if you want to watch something in particular.
There's no drink holders in the table but they do have those little carts you roll up behind yourself to put drinks on.
I personally prefer the cup holders because those things get in the way a lot but it's not a huge deal The tables have "Shuffle Masters" though I don't think they're the actual brand itself.
Unfortunately, most of them don't work properly and the three days I played there the dealers ended up shuffling manually. It eats into hands per hour but this isn't a room where you're going to see tons of hands an hour.
It's a very casual and relaxed atmosphere and personally, since none of us are pros regardless of how we refer to ourselves as "grinders" and other such nonsense; I don't mind it at all.
The regulars are fairly standard. Mostly older players, very few women, and some young dudes sprinkled in here and there.
I didn't have any problem with anyone there and was treated very well by other players and there weren't any noticeable pain in the butt types.
I played three sessions all starting in the afternoon and ending late and enjoyed the games and the players I sat with.
The first night I was there there was already a long list and I waited almost two hours before getting into a game.
Thursday nights they run a tourney and if you're at the second cash game table you're gonna get pretty annoyed with what happens when they start the tourney.
They break up your table and whoever's at it gets put on a list based on who's been there longest and that list feeds the main table until the tourney is over.
I got to experience that while i was running good and it was pretty annoying to lose my table and have to rack up my chips and stand around waiting to start up again.
That being said, the staff there are awesome. The floor staff are very friendly and keep things together and the dealers that I had were all very good and friendly as well.
They didn't make any major mistakes and they kept the game moving along as best they could given how chatty the tables are.
Like I said, this is a casual room. You're not going to dig it if you're after the big casino experience and expect everything to move super fast.
I can't complain about much really. You buy in at the tables. There's no cage in the poker area. You have to go to the other end of the building to cash out and the dealers will colour up your chips if they have room in their trays but I did find myself walking all the way through the casino with two trays and it was a bit awkward with all the geriatrics wandering around in there not paying attention to where they're going.
I can't even imagine what would happen if someone walked into you and knocked the chips out of your hands.
Between the usual god awful casino carpet and the slot junkies So if you can exchange your stacks of fives for hundred dollar chips I did NOT enjoy that walk when I had to do it carrying chips.
Dinner breaks are allowed and they'll give you an hour which is plenty of time. Washrooms are a bit of a pain to get to as well as the smoking area as you again have to walk through the slots to get to them but its not a huge place.
Just crowded when the seniors are all in there. This casino has NO hotel though there are plenty locally.
I don't get into saying things about "soft" games and such because it just depends always on who's at your table and it's just not a thing that's reliable to comment on.
I definitely recommend it and am a repeat customer. As I said, I think poker is an afterthought where the casino is concerned and with the talk of imminent lockouts and the privatization of all the OLG casinos I think poker has a very uncertain future in Ontario.
Sarnia and Windsor are the only places with live poker besides Rama or Niagara Falls which is a long way in the other direction. As I write this, Brantford is locked out and the other OLG Casinos are apparently under lockouts as well.
Had a great time mostly at the Texas Hold 'Em table playing against a dealer. That was a little different; however enjoyable. We spent two hours in the casino.
Complimentary drinks was a good touch. I've brought friends with me almost every time I drive to this OLG in beautiful Point Edward.
Yet, overall, we'd have far better spent our time and money purchasing somethings from the Village merchants then walking around along Lake Huron and the St.
Clair River. The games that we like are often "pulled" off the floor. The mistaken email "promo's" and the lack of different games and sights are troubling considering "what could have been built".
Save your resources for the Arts and Entertainment, Dining, and other Businesses! Not the most exciting place to visit, but for basic slot play and some decent poker tournament, its fine.
Decided to drop by this OLG to check out their slots and enjoy a little fun on a Sat. Been awhile at any OLG so my id had a few extra benefits.
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Best kept secret in Sarnia! This Casino is soon going to be my favorite. The new MATCH restaurant inside is simply amazing. The food is second to none.
The surroundings The newly renovated Starlight Casino Point Edward is a great place to dine and play. My wife and I have tried The Match Eatery and Public House restaurant several times and have only had good food and Full view.
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London, Canada 1 contribution. Quality hotel, friendly and helpful staff. Reasonable Rates. Our visit was during Covid, and we felt safe because of the measures they had taken.
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Diane L wrote a review Feb Sarnia, Canada 13 contributions 3 helpful votes. Very little staff, filthy machines, disgusting dirty carpets that look like they have not been vacuumed in months.
Never enough staff on gaming floor or service desk. Lottery never open because of staffing problems.
Card system goes down constantly.