(My apologies if this is an inappropriate topic for a Disney cruise) I'm taking my wife & kids on a Disney cruise (the Wonder) for the first time on Nov. 6th. We've been on many other cruises, primarily Carnival, but this is our first Disney cruise. I will be celebrating my birthday on-board, and historically I've hosted a poker game or tournament for my b-day. I really enjoy the game, particularly the social aspects of it (vs. the "gambling"). It's fun to joke & have some beers over a low-stakes game. The "problem," of course, is that there is no casino on-board. I don't really care about other casino games, but there doesn't seem to be a card room or library on the ship either. So I have two questions: 1. Is there someplace on-board that would be a good place for a game? Are the standard inside (category 11) cabins big enough to hold a game for 6-8 people? Is there a table in the cabin that's big enough? 2. Does Disney have a policy about this? If I tried to get a game going in some public space, would they have a problem with it? When I say low-stakes, I mean playing for no more than $20 to $40. Thanks for any advice anyone might have on the above. And if any other poker enthusiasts are going on the Nov. 6th 2011 cruise on the Wonder, let me know - Friday, Nov. 11th is the day I'd like to have a game. If I get some interest (esp. if someone has a big cabin to play in), I'll bring chips and cards. Thanks!!