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Poker Tables Prove To Be The Most Popular Item At Taj Mahal Auction

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Poker Tables Prove To Be The Most Popular Item At Taj Mahal Auction

This Thursday morning a line formed outside the Trump Taj Mahal Resort as people looked for a chance to purchase its contents at a clear out price. The casino resort is undergoing a 60-day liquidation sale in order to rid itself of all its assets.

Doors opened at 10 a.m. and among the most sought after items were televisions, furniture and a limited quantity of poker tables.

According to Donal Hayes, President of National Content Liquidators, everything must go within the 60-day period. Residents from all around the state are coming in to purchase furnishings and electronics.

Some items have been removed from the casino floor, such as slot machines and gaming tables. It is not clear as to why this was the case, but some believe they will be repurposed for the future Hard Rock that will be opening at the site.

However, the hot ticket item seems to be the poker tables up for sale at the liquidation. 9-player tables are priced at $550, and a 10-player table is selling for $650. Chairs with the Taj Mahal logo on the back are sold separately for a cost of $39 a unit. Many visitors have listed this as their priority item, and according to some they would just take them home and enjoy them for recreational games.

The sale will continue for the established 60-day period and will open its doors at 10 a.m. every day. However, parking will not be available, and visitors will have to find alternative solutions.


Hailing from Wisconsin but arriving in Las Vegas in 1995, I'm better known at various US online poker rooms under the pen name "OreoBob" and "SoyFlush". I'm an avid poker player and editor-at-large who has contributed as a freelance writer for diverse national and international iGaming publications since 2004.

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