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The casino is set over several floors, with video gaming on one, and table games on the upper floor. However, there really isn't a great deal in the way of keeping things fun or fast paced; the table floor is a very quiet and sombre affair with dealers doing little to engage customers in conversation. Promotions at the table appear virtually non-existent, with higher minimum stakes than other competing city casinos and a distinctly 'run of the mill' atmosphere.
There are more than enough tables to go around and cope with a Saturday night crowd, but there really needs to be more to tempt in casual players and spice things up.
The video gaming floor has plenty of variants of common slot games and this was actually more fun than playing in person upstairs. The cashout process and staff are hassle free and efficient; I was able to go back and cash out several times with no quibble or a feeling of wasting anyone's time.
As with most city casinos, soft and hot drinks are complimentary which slightly mitigates the unremarkable feel of this place, and food is well priced, of good quality and served at all hours.
Unfortunately this does not save the casino from being far from the best that Bristol has to offer. This is a place that caters more to the serious gambler than a casual customer just playing for fun, and as such there are other more 'beginner friendly' places to go.
*Review Written By Chris Redman - Gamble.co.uk Reader
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