Rocky Gap Casino Resort -- Flintstone, Maryland

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  1. random_roller, Feb 22, 2020

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    This very nice resort facility opened in May 2013. It is located just off I-68 Exit 50 in Western Maryland, @8 miles west of Cumberland (MD) and about 2 hours southeast of Pittsburgh (PA). Lots of non-gambling things to do including golfing at a Jack Nicklaus Design course and boating, fishing, hiking at adjacent Rocky Gap State Park.

    The above photo was taken during a visit in 2014, about a year after it opened. At the time, there was still a good bit of ongoing construction and several of the restaurants weren't open. I'm happy to say that is no longer the case in 2020.

    There is only one (1) craps table now. It is @14' and appears to be a bit wider than most craps tables I have seen. The smaller 2nd craps table was removed about a week ago. No electronic craps.

    The current payout on winning ATS bets is 34 to 1 for All Small or All Tall and 175 to 1 for All All. Up to $25 per ATS bet ($25/$25/$25). No Fire Bet or other bonus bets.
     
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  2. KokomoJoe4, Feb 23, 2020

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    I think this is the place PSUhard8 went to shortly after our meetup in Pittsburgh,

    Haven't seen him on here in a while. I d couldn't hardly win a hand the time we met up, and as I remember, he did pretty well after I had enough.

    From RR's description, this isn't the place to play craps, with $500 max, 3-4-5 odds and vig up front.
     
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  3. random_roller, Feb 23, 2020

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    This is a place you visit to unwind for a few days. Golfing, fishing, hiking, paddleboarding and a little gambling in the evening. Seems like a place that would be very relaxing, unless you miss a few short puts...
     
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