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If you stay in Panjim, you will be near the boats. Also, near the harbor where the boats are, is the Crown Casino, which is sort of a fancy lounge with a few table games. The Crown was unique in that you play the entire game just betting and playing on a video table. But, amazingly, when you cash out, they give you real chips! So cash out some odd amount, like 10,950 rupees to get the max different chips! They also have a neat oversized NCV chip. The Marriott has the Carnival Casino, with it’s worn chipcos. The Doubletree Hotel has the Winn de Goa Casino. The O Hotel has the Grand 7 Casino. The Grand Hyatt has the Strike Casino, with their weird face down game. The Magestic Hotel has the Paradise Casino. In Baga Beach, there is a busy little place, called the Palms Casino in the Calypso Hotel. All of these I’ve mentioned use chips. Some have a common parent company, so if you look carefully through your stack, you may very well find chips from some of their other casinos. There are some alleged casinos there I have not checked out yet, like the Ciudad de Goa, Goldfinger, and the Hotel Siri Sands advertises a casino, but is way out there by itself. One more thing: you absolutely need rupees to play and even get admission to these casinos. A few, like the Palms, will eagerly change currencies to rupees, but I was shocked how many would not. One trip, on my first night in Goa, I could not get them to board me on a ship even though I had US $100 bills. No one would change it or take it, and everything else was closed. It sounds crazy, but if you spend a few days there, you will be constantly short of rupees and occasionally have nowhere to obtain some. Have fun!

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