Much ink has been spilled about the ongoing demise of Atlantic City. It’s heyday was long ago, and multiple casinos and poker rooms have been lost to the dustbin of history. With that said, Atlantic City is still a great place to play poker and you can certainly find reasons to pay a visit.
Here, then, are five reasons poker players ought to consider a visit to Atlantic City.
With multiple PokerStars-sponsored live events having taken place in Atlantic City New Jersey this year only managing to deliver low attendance figures, here’s an op-ed that suggests one way to ensure that more poker players come to play.
While online marketing can be successful if you get potential poker players to click a few times, the key to live event marketing is making it as easy as possible for the poker players to come to the event destination. In the case of Atlantic City, New Jersey events, that means you’ve gotta bus players in.
Last time I played poker in Atlantic City, I was able to internalize an important poker lesson. As a result, I had one of the best poker sessions I’ve ever experienced. I’m not referring to how much money I walked away from the poker tables with, but rather the experience I took with me from that poker session. Playing poker for the love of the game is something every recreational poker player should strive for at all times. Read on to better understand what I mean by that.
Turns out that a $50 million investment might be enough for PokerStars to grab a foothold in an emerging U.S. online poker market, once it’s legalized. The world’s leading online poker brand has set it sights on Atlantic City, New Jersey. For more info on what type on impact such a move is likely to have, read on…
Within 24 hours Atlantic City casinos will close down for the second time in the span of 14 months due to a major weather-related incident. Hurricane Sandy is set to strike, and hard. Atlantic City poker fans interested in more details can find them in this article.
For the first time since 2003, a new casino resort property is scheduled to open in Atlantic City. Revel will also be debuting a new 37-table poker room, which is always a cause for celebration at Cardplayer Lifestyle. This article has plenty of details about what to expect!