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Ship II will be going to dry dock Mar 5th – Mar 13th. During this time Ship I’s schedule will be changed to Ship II. Times as follows:
Ship I (non-smoking) will sail Mar 5th – Mar 12th Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 4:30 pm & 6:30 pm – 11:30 pm
Monday 6th, 11 am – 4:30 pm, No pm cruise
Monday 13th, 10 am – 3:30 pm, No pm cruise
Do you feel like you are stuck in a rut lately?
Looking for something fun and exciting to do?
When was the last time you visited a Big “M” Casino Ship?
It isn’t hard to get stuck in a rut. Before you know it, weeks turn into months and months into a year, and you have fallen into a rut of doing the same things over and over. Whether it is watching movies or playing online games, let’s be honest it can become a rut.
When you interact with real people, in a casino setting that offers table games and slots, that’s when fun and excitement really happen!
Two Casino Ships to Choose From
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Looking for something special to do this holiday season?
Have a last minute party to plan?
Wondering how you are going to celebrate the New Year?
This time of the year seems to fly by. Before you know it, it will be 2016!
Don’t miss the opportunity to celebrate the holiday season with The Big “M” Casino team. The Big “M” Casino Myrtle Beach has all the answers!
Here’s our December Calendar – Enjoy a December Cruise!
Have you checked the Myrtle Beach Big “M” Casino December calendar? You should. You certainly don’t want to miss out on any of the holiday fun!
Sometimes is hard to remember all the dates of upcoming special events. Not so with South Carolina’s Big “M” Casino Cruise! Check out our August calendar below and circle all the events you would like to go to!
Are you new to poker? Do you understand the importance of your facial expression when you do play poker? Can you maintain a “poker face”?
A “poker face” is defined as a face lacking an interpretable expression. If you watch an expert poker player, you will see they have it mastered.
Keeping a “poker face” is one of the most important keys to success when playing poker. A poker player avoids giving anything away to their opponents, but a good poker player is also a skilled bluffer, and able to mislead opponents into making false assumptions.
Here are some ideas for maintaining a “poker face”: