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We received our lanyards which gave us exclusive access to the private poker room. Remember the cruise line operates a casino. Anything anyone wants to know about the cruise, whether or not it's about the poker, feel free to ask or PM I could talk about cruises all day. I stopped playing for the rest of the cruise but I could see that the game does run nightly. The dealers were terrible and didn't know what they were doing. Did you have to book through ante-up to play or could you go through your normal cruise agent for me, Costco Travel? I can get the same cruises for less through any number of cruise discounters. Couldn't have been much worse. Both only had the electronic machines which work ok but crap to play with. I can also get you a small discount on a reservation if you haven't cruised with them before if you PM me. Good luck! Most of the players were loose and terrible. The way it worked is they ran 7 mini-tournaments over the first 4 days, and the winner of each mini-tournament played in the final round on the last day. Thanks - I won the cruise, so it wasn't a traditional booking. This rule is probably about the arrangement between the cruise line and the company. The poker room staff were allowed to play in the games with their own money, no house money is ever gambled by the staff. Originally Posted by crashjr. Players were a mix of complete beginners to pro, with most falling in the mid range. Great trip report! Came out a couple of hundred dollars most nights just playing the nuts. On my cardplayerscruise, the eight tables were filled to capacity almost every moment the poker room was open. Jeanne was very helpful and responsive in my case. I played and cashed both tournaments - the first one ICM chopped with 6 remaining when I was the short stack, and the ME chopped even with 6 remaining when I was 4th in chips. Seating was usually quick, with a well-run board. The structure for these were a joke, though. Originally Posted by PokerXanadu. We got to discuss particular issues that each of us were having with our games and get advice from all around the table. Originally Posted by mudstuffing. One of the greatest things to me about the ME is that it is an official tournament for the Ante Up Poker Tour , which is a partner with the GPI - so cashing in the tournament gives you player of the year points. Just a luckfest really no, I didn't try it. Someone ran the numbers and RCL are making such a profit out of it it was a joke.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} They will also lay any other cash game based on interest. If they'd have gotten 31 entrants they'd have placed a free cruise on top of the prize pool but they only got Overall I was pleased with the poker experience on the cruise. Originally Posted by psandman. It's also probably a matter of the limited space available on a cruise ship. The party was immediately followed by dinner in the dining room, and there were a number of tables reserved specifically for the Ante Up party. The cruise also ran a Royal Tournament series in their casino. Is the heartland poker cruise any good? They had 3 daily tourneys during the cruise. I'm not sure if other branded poker cruises offer this, but I found it to be a nice perk. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Originally Posted by WereBeer. Past midnight the same people played everynight, mostly couples or friends and in my case they weren't speaking English.. Made some money out of them. For the first 3 nights , I played and lost money overall in these sessions due to bad luck, coolers, bad plays on my part and the RAKE. The only real negative was that the dealers were allowed to play the tables. On port days: pm until tables broke 1 or 2 am. I've heard some people have issues with that, but I enjoyed playing with them a lot. Honestly, I would avoid because the rake it just too much. Neither had a game going before like 10pm and there are 5. No one was there to make a living, obv. It gave us a chance to understand each other better from a poker perspective and hear some great stories from each of our backgrounds. Table had 10 seats and there were almost always 7 to 9 people at the table. The poker room was run very well. The table was usually half tourists half poker players. Originally Posted by ni9n3r. This was my first time on cardplayercruises, and first time on Royal Caribbean. It was a really nice way to start off the cruise. That's not to say everything was perfect, however. There was a fair share of tough players and softer competition, alike. Any of you guys play in that before? We also discussed other issues in poker, much like we do here on the forums, dealing with topics like stats, software, and the current legal landscape. All in all, I highly recommend Ante Up Poker Cruises to anyone who wants a nice vacation, but doesn't want to leave the grind behind. It was quite friendly and I don't think they were colluding. Dealers were very competent. I'm going to suggest it is about money. Last edited by Rapini; at PM. Awful calls and might as well throw the rule book out of the window when trying to play them. In fact a previous poster had posted the exact structure of this tournament which I will repost myself. It's just something I wanted to know and it'll help me inform my decision to go on one of these cruises or not. Speaking of the staff, our dealers were awesome. If you beat your table, you moved on to the final later in the week, but everyone starts with 2K chips at the final. Tournament was a bit of a joke as well. There were a number of guys on the cruise with us who got pretty rowdy after several hours of drinking, so the first night in the card room had a little drama, but nothing that wasn't able to be handled by the floor staff. It was a 5-night cruise and the poker game ran reliably every night. The cruise part was superb - great food, great shows, wonderful port tours, etc. The cash games were super friendly and just plain fun. It started out with a Welcome party on the first evening with free drinks, horderves, and live music. However, I don't have a problem with this. Everyone raved about how great they were and they seemed to legitimately be having as much fun as the rest of us. I can understand it - dealers have no other place to play on their downtime - but they do have an unfair advantage, having rotated through the tables while working, being able to observe all the players. I lost my chips in their 1st tournament and never played again. Interesting, thanks for the response. It was really nice to be able to dine with the group as well - I feel this went a long way in creating the friendly atmosphere that carried over into the poker room. Originally Posted by Carnivore. I've just come off a week on the Oasis and have done a week on the Voyager both RCL and the poker was awful. The following nights were much calmer in that regard. One of my favorite parts of the cruise was the Hold Em Strategy Roundtable, led by Scott Long, which took place before the main event. Just got back from a carnival cruise. I'm getting on the boat in December from Sydney. Assuming cash game poker on that cruise is much better. The casino does not employ a no flop, no drop rule nor do they allow chopping. When he wasn't at the table 6-way limped pots were common. Originally Posted by admranger. The structure was so ridiculous that got a copy so I could transpose accurately here for you. Poker Room Hours: On full cruising days: am to pm; pm until tables broke 1 or 2 am. After this cruise, I recommend the cardplayercruises for a great vacation. I'm not sure about structure as I didn't play this one. Spots paid at the final depending on number of entries.