Baraga Ojibwa Casino

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Table games opens at noon.

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Let It Ride
Blackjack $3
Pitch
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Craps
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Poker Room

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Variants Blinds Cave min. Rake
Texas Hold'em
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09/04/2018 - Review here not entirely accurate.

"In Baraga, there are a lot of clubbing and nightlife events." This could not be further from the truth. LOL Baraga, Michigan is a very small, very rural community. It's right on the lake and very scenic but definitely NOT a clubber's paradise. The casino has supposedly undergone a "renovation," but it's hard to tell. It's remains dated and the machines are tighter than tight, and the customer service still leaves a lot to be desired. Some of the employees look like they would rather be anywhere than there and look to be in actual physical pain if they are disturbed. It used to be a nice place to visit and the gaming was fun, bus in their haste to "modernize," they have removed quite a few of their customer favorites, such as Fort Knox, and replaced them with new, glitzy machines that are nowhere near as fun and did I mention...TIGHT?!

09/04/2018 - Not entirely accurate review

Baraga, Michigan is NOT full of hotspots and clubs LOL As a matter of fact, it is quite the opposite. The casino is a small town Indian gaming facility. Even though it has supposedly undergone a "renovation," it is in dire need of a real one, much like its sister casino in Marquette. In their haste to "modernize," they got rid of a lot of their customer favorites, such as Fort Knox, and brought in new, glitzier machines that are nowhere near as much fun. This place is also TIGHT, like most Indian gaming these days. Customer service is also seriously lacking here, with quite a few employees being downright rude. In need of an overhaul in every aspect.




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