The Victoria Casino, London Review Continued...
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One of the reasons that the Victoria Casino is so popular is undoubtedly its location – it is situated on the Edgware Road, and just a five-minute walk from the Edgware Road or Marble Arch tube stations – but its size also plays a part. The casino is spread over two floors, and the range of games it offers ensures that there is something for everyone. There are 13 Roulette tables, 11 Blackjack tables, 20 jackpot slots games, and plenty more for Super Stud Poker, Three Card Poker, Dice, Punto Banco and Electronic Roulette fans to enjoy.
Those of you who enjoy playing poker will be pleased to hear that this game is also very well catered for at the Victoria Casino. Cash games take place around the clock and tournaments run daily. A wide range of buy-ins and game types means that all poker players should find a game to suit, and if you keep your eyes peeled you just might spot a famous poker face or two.
A stylish and relaxing bar serves everything from coffee to wine, beer, spirits and cocktails, allowing you to indulge in whatever type of refreshment suits your mood, whilst giant plasma screens entertain you with live sporting action. Should you feel peckish at any point, you can select from an impressive bar menu or visit the Victoria Casino's excellent in-house restaurant. The cuisine is second-to-none, as demonstrated when the venue won the Reader’s Choice Best Poker Room Restaurant in the British Poker Awards 2012.
The Victoria Casino really is as impressive as it gets, but the only way to fully appreciate what it has to offer is to pay a visit yourself.