Sheraton Casino Sydney Nova Scotia

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Casino Nova Scotia
Address 1983 Upper Water Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
B3J 3Y5
Opening dateJune 1, 1995
Total gaming space34,900 ft²
Signature attractions'The Schooner Showroom'
The Compass Room
Notable restaurantsTrapeze
Paradise Buffet
Java Jazz
Casino typeLand-Based
OwnerGreat Canadian Gaming
Previous names'Caesar's Sheraton Halifax Casino'
Renovated inApril 24, 2000, June 1, 2006
Coordinates44°39′10.9″N63°34′33.1″W / 44.653028°N 63.575861°W

Casino Nova Scotia is located in Nova Scotia, Canada, and has locations in Halifax and Sydney. Steelman Partners designed Casino Nova Scotia and its sister casino Sydney Casino.

Halifax casino[edit]

A view of the entrance to the Casino Nova Scotia in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Starting hand chart texas holdem. The Casino Nova Scotia opened a temporary location in the Sheraton Hotel Halifax on June 1, 1995. On April 24, 2000 it moved to a brand new, $100-million 'Vegas-style' facility on the downtown Halifax waterfront. It was originally owned by Caesar's until October 2005, when Casino Nova Scotia was bought out by Great Canadian Gaming Corporation. When the Casino was sold to Great Canadian Gaming the affiliated Sheraton Hotel was sold separately to the Marriott Corporation.[1] In 2007, workers at the casino voted in favor of organizing a labor union.[2]

The casino has 650 slots and table games. There is an attached 550-car parkade, including 14 wheelchair-accessible spaces.

Pre-flop Probabilities: Pocket PairsIn order to find the odds of getting dealt a, we multiply the probabilities of receiving each card:(4/52) x (3/51) = (12/2652) = (1/221) ≈ 0.45%.To put this in perspective, if you’re playing poker at your local casino and are dealt 30 hands per hour, you can expect to receive pocket Aces an average of once every 7.5 hours.The odds of receiving any of the thirteen possible pocket pairs (twos up to Aces) is:(13/221) = (1/17) ≈ 5.9%.In contrast, you can expect to receive any pocket pair once every 35 minutes on average. Pre-Flop Probabilities: Hand vs. Therefore, the odds of receiving another Ace are 3 in 51 (5.9%), much less than the odds were before you received the first Ace. The following table lists some interesting and valuable hold’em math:Many beginners to poker overvalue certain starting hands, such as suited cards. 4 images 1 mot solution casino poker. HandPlayers don’t play poker in a vacuum; each player’s hand must measure up against his opponent’s, especially if a player goes all-in before the flop.Here are some sample probabilities for most pre-flop situations:Post-Flop Probabilities: Improving Your HandNow let’s look at the chances of certain events occurring when playing certain.

The casino is connected via pedway to the Marriott Halifax Harbourfront, formerly the Casino Nova Scotia Hotel and Sheraton Hotel Halifax. The pedway also connects to Purdy's Wharf, Scotia Square, and the downtown core.

Restaurants and lounges[edit]

There are several drinking and dining facilities in the casino, including nightly buffets and Sunday Brunch buffet in the 3Sixty Buffet Restaurant, casual dining and live entertainment in the 3Sixty Lounge, and concerts, conventions and other attractions in the Compass Room and the Schooner room.

Structural engineering[edit]

Engineered by BMR of Halifax, the casino has been described as one of the most complicated in the company's history. The size of the site meant that part of the building was built over water 70 feet deep (at its deepest point). Most of the land that the casino occupies had been created years earlier when that part of Halifax Harbour was infilled with loose rock and excavation material from other construction sites — reclaimed land was too soft to serve as a stable building foundation. BMR overcame the problem by engineering a design which incorporated driving caissons through the fill material and into the bedrock below. Then, using a specially designed doughnut-shaped pile cap as a support system, the engineers worked with the form work contractor to hang the casino's floor structure on the supporting caissons like a huge wharf.[3]

Sydney casino[edit]

Sheraton Casino Sydney Nova Scotia

Casino Nova Scotia added a sister casino in Sydney on August 1, 1995. The casino, located on George St. in downtown Sydney, was constructed as an addition to the city's Centre 200.

See also[edit]


  1. ^Casino Nova Scotia Hotel has been renamed as the Halifax MarriottTravel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland May 12, 2006
  2. ^Majority of Casino Nova Scotia workers in Halifax vote to unionizeMelanie Patten, The Canadian Press, 10-09-07
  3. ^BMR Structural EngineeringArchived August 29, 2006, at the Wayback Machine

Casino Nova Scotia Buffet

External links[edit]

Casinos In Nova Scotia Canada

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