Prague - where to play?

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Hello everyone! Could someone please advise any good land-based casino at Prague? I'm going to visit the Czech Republic with the future Mrs. SlotMonster (I'll be on vacation), so I think I'll visit casinos and I want to know where to play. Any help will be appreciated!
 

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Thank you for answer, Alexishot69! :)
I found it really useful :)
 

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When I was in Prague I visited 2 casinos. One of them was happyday casino or a name similar to this and this casino was completely crap with rubbish dealers.
Next day I visited Casino Ambassador which is quite nice with professional stuff who unfortunately speak no english. Next time am going to Banco Casino which is supposed to be western managed so all stuff speak english or so they say
 

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oops

i almost forgot that i was returning from eastern europe a few years back and had a 9 hour stopver in prague before the flight to edinburgh and went into the airport casino <closed now> and started by playing slots and after 2-3 hours was up about the equivelant of 200 ..so ventured to a roulette table and decided just to play the winnings and keep the rest..within 20 mins i was down that 200 plus another 200...with approx 80 to my name i decided to go for broke 10 on each of my 8 fav numbers they came up 3x in a row and i walked out eventually 1000 up and have never ever been back to any casino ..just wonder if thats why it closed right enough ..:lolup:
 

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When I was in Prague I visited 2 casinos. One of them was happyday casino or a name similar to this and this casino was completely crap with rubbish dealers.
Next day I visited Casino Ambassador which is quite nice with professional stuff who unfortunately speak no english. Next time am going to Banco Casino which is supposed to be western managed so all stuff speak english or so they say

Try Palais Savarin casino (I hope I spelled it right). Their staff very professional, and they know English ;)
I visited this casino when I was in Prague (very beautiful town, I must say), and was impressed by service :thumbsup:
 

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Hi, I went Prague 15 days ago with a special offer to play in Casino Praha.
I liked to play there (although I'm an amateur and I can't tell you too much details regarding games details except that the poker table was with high gambling). The casino is not very big but has a nice design. You can also visit Almirante that is the oldest casino in Prague.
If you consider to go with a group (as I went), beside "future Mrs. SlotMonster"
here is a promotion that might interest you. This was how I went to Prague casino - casino Praha. I choose a promotion package that I saw on internet. This is the promotion I bought:

""SILVER OFFER:

- free quality hotel accommodation (2 nights with breakfast included) -
- free transport from the airport to the hotel and from the hotel to the airport
- 300 euros in casino bonus chips
- free drinks and cigars (casino)
- free hot meals (casino)

For the person who organizes the group this offer is completely free plus they get a free flight from the UK or other country of EU. The price for the rest of the group is 150 pounds (per person).

For reservations, further details or any questions you can contact them by:

phone number: 020 799 385 62 (UK)
420 224 239507 (Czech Republic) Contact person: Marco

email: [email protected] - Contact person: Karie Holmes

Hope this can help you
Hen
 

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Hilton

My friend have played in Golden Prague Poker Room at the Hilton Hotel and he said it's excellent. You can watch his poker video on
 
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Thanks, River but were bumping veeeery old thread ;)
 

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Does anybody know what the biggest casino there is? I don´t like those very small ones and I will be going there next week!
 

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Where there for the NY. And what can I say? You have unlimited exchange offices and so many casinos to chose from that it is unbelivable.

All thay know is alcohol and gambling. :) Have a lot of fun :D
 

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I hope the link works.. The largest casino in Prague should be the admiral casino at vysehrad. I have been there twice. All drinks are free, at dinner time they have a small buffet which is also free. Only disadvantage is that it is quite over there. Could be an advantage also off course. You can get in at the end of the business center. Entrence by elevator only. By the way, you have a nice view over the city! :)
 

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The Hilton casino was decidedly average . Not one slot I had ever heard of and to cashout (any amount) you needed an attendant! That said, the tables were very busy and quite lively. It's not that big a casino - probably around 12-15 tables and a small dedicated poker section. Good coffee though!
 

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I have been to Prague last year and it was a great time there!
Everybody should try once...

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:rolleyes:

I also like prague. And here is my own spam link about puppy walkers.

Getting the [old] topic [very vaguely] back on track, if anybody is in praguethey should check out "ufleku" - it's pragues oldest independent brewery I think. Literally as soon as you sit down they put a mug of beer in front of you :thumbsup:
 
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