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Casinos in Greenville

Could anyone comment on the Jubilee or Las Vegas Casino's in Greenville. Which one is nicer? Do either have hotels attached? Do they have 1 and 2 cent machines?

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1. Re: Casinos in Greenville

not sure about the las vegas casino but her is some info on the jubilee.

This 45,000-square-foot stationary boat casino features 1,200 slots, video poker, and 13 gaming tables with live entertainment. Accomodations include 98 hotel rooms and several suites; four restaurants offer on-site dining; open daily 24 hours. Call for more information.

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I have not been inside the casinos in Greenville. We did look at the outside and were not even tempted to go in.

Why not drive the 80ish extra miles down 61 to Vicksburg? Ameristar is huge and does have its own Hotel(but the hotel is across the street---they run shuttles back and forth)

Our favorite in Vicksburg is The Isle of Capri (changed name this week to Diamond Jacks--I think) Lovely hotel attatched to the casino---suites have balconies overlooking the Mississippi.

Both have plenty of 1 cent machines.

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yes, it's been a few yars since we went to greenville, But it was really tacky and dirty at that time... And jackson is alot nicer...

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There were no hotels, and it's a very small casino, but plenty of penny machines.

It's not a bad place, but there's not much there. The new Harlow's Casino nearby is quite a bit nicer.

But my wife and I had a very pleasant afternoon at Jubilee, playing at a $3 black jack table. The dealers were nice, and we even managed a very small profit from the afternoon.

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