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This venue is open from 12pm until 6am, seven days a week, which means that it is perfect for daytime gaming as well as a good night out. No membership is required, but if you register as a player on your first visit (have a photo driving licence or passport handy for proof of ID) you will be able to take advantage of exclusive member offers from the outset. You will also be able to earn Genting Rewards as you play (or spend money on food or drinks) that you can then trade for a variety of valuable perks (such as more food or drinks, or gaming vouchers).
You will need several hours to try your hand at all of the games available here. Table games include American Roulette, Baccarat, Blackjack and Three Card Poker. You can also play Electronic Roulette and have a go at winning big money on the Slots games – the stars of the show in this respect are state of the art Super V+ Gaminator machines. Poker is played here every night of the week, and as well as getting involved in cash games and tournaments, you have the option of playing at a private table, which is perfect for those of you who like to visit the casino as part of a group.
The Late Bar overlooks the gaming floor, so you can enjoy a relaxing drink or two without missing out on the atmosphere, and if you want to try and keep the winning going there are virtual gaming cubes for you to try out. To cap it all, the Fahrenheit Restaurant has a fantastic menu of sumptuous dishes – and an extensive wine list to match – that will take you quite a few visits to appreciate fully.