All slot machines had been removed.
Also, the casino membership card is gone. The accumulated points became a par. I had about 2 buffets.
Blackjack has also returned to the minimum 100 and is shrinking.
Apparently the slot machine lounge was the corner adjacent to the table game floor. Too much.
When I went in June, BJ's minimum bet was 200 for both night and day.
If you want to play 100, you should go to the sea cubic without thinking anything.
Casino in Landmark Hotel. It's difficult to understand because there are few information boards, but it is on the 3rd floor (4th floor).
The English name is Pharaoh's Palace Casino. The pharaoh has a strong impact with Dawn.
You need to create a membership card to enter, but if you show your passport, you can get one immediately at the counter in front of the entrance.
It feels a bit old-fashioned and the ceiling is high, so it's a bit uncomfortable, but it's a rather large category for a peninsula-side casino.
There are at least 100 (sometimes 200) blackjack consoles in the center for easy play. It's valuable because there aren't many blackjacks that can be played at low rates (or rather, it's a minor blackjack).
The adjacent slot machine corners are all old machines, but somehow people have them. I'm not sure if it's a good deal or a good comp.
Actually, there seems to be another lounge dedicated to slot machines, but I didn't know where it was. I mean, I don't really understand this casino itself because the information is too modest.