Poker Room Review: Miccosukee Resort and Casino, Miami, FL
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Add to mybook Remove from mybook Added to your services collection! Here are two examples:. The table was filled with smokers. I decided, after thirty minutes or so, to move to another table that seemed at least slightly less smoky. This I did, taking my chips from my first table to my new table.
The dealer said to me, abruptly, that I didn't have enough money on the table. I mentioned that I was just moving from the next table over. Not wishing to argue, I complied immediately. Take the extra dollar off the table. A short time later I went to cash out. I walked up to the large desk in the front of the room that was staffed by two people — a younger woman and a middle-aged man who seemed to be in charge. I waited there for a few minutes, about six feet or so away from the floor man.
He did not look in my direction. His assistant didn't look over. I stood there ignored for about three minutes. After a while longer, without the floor even so much as a nodding in my direction, I said, "Excuse me. Could I cash out? The brush looked up and said, "Not in here," and gestured with his head out to the casino floor. He then looked back down at this paperwork. Though I had just been dismissed, not to be daunted by this very unhelpful and rude man, I asked him where the cashier was.
Again, he pointed with a slight motion of his head. I left the room, only knowing that I had to go out into the large casino floor and find a cashier if I wanted to cash out. I stopped a security guard and asked him where the cashier was. He said, without pointing or making any effort to assist me, "It's on the other side," employing the now-familiar head point that must be Miccosukee sign language, pointing in the general direction of away from where I was but not back into the poker room.
I followed the hallway for 20 or so paces until I saw a sign that was quite literally on the other side of the casino, about 80 yards or so away.
I walked over to it. There was exactly one cashier. I stood in line for her, behind people cashing in slot tickets. We were about four people deep when I arrived. I was finally seen after about ten minutes of waiting. Without smiling or looking at me she took the chips, counted them out very slowly as if she had never handled chips before in her life. I almost expected her to hold them up to the light to verify that they were in fact chips from her casino.
I said, as nicely as I could muster, "Excuse me. I have been to a few hundred casinos in my time. I think the cleaners in the bathrooms almost expect them as tips, they are so common. I timed her, just for the sake of accuracy. She was gone from the window for precisely four minutes. That may not seem like a long time. But in a busy casino, with only one line at the cashier, it's an eternity. She handed it to me sullenly and I left, vowing not to recommend this terribly unfriendly and unhelpful casino to anyone else.