Poker fans chose exciting hobbies that they could enjoy almost anywhere. In the evening, it’s really great when you can get more appeal from your living room, hobby basement, with good friends, especially from a comfortable but luxurious casino. Many traditional German gambling banks attract you with their inconspicuous charm. We invite you to take a quick look at the most beautiful casinos in our country!
Hohensyburg Gambling Bank
The Hohensyburg Gambling Bank is one of Germany’s young casinos but characterized by strong sales. Built in a colorful Las Vegas style in the mid-80s, the modern building immediately developed into a truly perpetual burner that is gaining high popularity, and it wasn’t until a few years later that it was able to outperform Duisburg’s new game bank. So there should be “what should be done” at the event, which is not just an explanation from poker friends, but magical attraction for fans of all big games. First, Hohesyburg’s perfect location, right next to the castle of the same name, sits on a beautiful natural landscape, but nevertheless, is geared to the pulse of Dortmund. Two bars, a luxury restaurant and a comfortable lounge club are connected to the play area, so there is no shortage of food or comfort. The space is also divided into a vending machine area and a large game area with a secondary slot machine. Thirty-four classic game tables are selected, 12 of which are invited for a pleasant bet by American Rowlet, three to offer a French Rowlet, a No. 7 blackjack, one baccarat and one-time famous Texas Holdem poker. But the joy of poker is still far away! A separate room contains 10 additional poker tables, significantly increasing tournament time. But if you want to hunt in a different way than your favorite card game, participate in a special ‘game training’ offered as an individual or group practice. On the other hand, to further refine your poker skills, it is recommended that you attend a one-day high-end seminar.
Berlin Game Bank
The Playbank Berlin in Portsdam Square is located in the heart of the capital. Because life here is very simple. It is filled with four-story games, and the third floor below is filled with 350 slot machines. The Berlin Jackpot always includes a minimum profit of 500,000 euros. Who doesn’t even turn the wheel? The casino has been around since 1975. The first place was in Charlottesburg, and after the barrier was opened, the store was moved to the famous Pottsdam Square. You can enjoy American-style lolets on three tables, and two tables prepare French-style lolets. Blackjack fans can enjoy their favorite games with four tables, Bacarat is provided with two tables, and Ultimate Poker, which deals with intensive dealers, is held only at one game table. Of course, Texas holdm, Omaha poker, and 7 card studs are also included in the service, with a total of 9 tables. No matter what variant you choose, the smart-selected approach for each game not only brings the elements of fun to the top level, but also gives you great success of any kind! The tournament season, which starts at 5:45 this week, will be very exciting in that it starts at 3:45 p.m. on the weekend. The six tables are regularly available, and due to the considerable number of tables, early booking is worthwhile. In this case, the casino visit is very well linked to the Berlin tour, the true plus point of this great casino! Informal dress code makes it very easy to switch from street to poker table. You don’t even need to go to the hotel and change a lot of clothes.
The Duisburg casino opened about a decade ago, or early 2007. At a surprisingly rapid pace it has developed into Germany’s highest sales bank and has maintained this high ranking to this day. The facility is located on the trendy city palette, which includes a variety of shops, restaurants and a large event area, Mercator Hall. Those who count all slot machines get a huge number of 354, including 50 multi-rolet stations.