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Table Games $10 Blackjack @ Aria on slow nights?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by sogi311, Aug 24, 2012.

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  1. sogi311

    sogi311 Tourist

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    I will be in town for four days arriving Monday before Thanksgiving and returning Friday after. I have currently booked the Flamingo for the first two nights and the Aria for the last two nights.

    I ahve not beeen for almost 6 years and the last time I was there had no problems finding $10 blackjack tables at the nicer resorts during the slower nights. I know this is a really slow week in Vegas and one of the main reasoons for me chosing to go then.

    I really want to stay at Aria all four nights instead of switching in the middle of the trip but if they don;t ahve any $10BJ tables then I might need to re-think this all together...

    Any help would be appreciated
     
  2. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Yes. On slow nights, there will almost certainly be $10 tables. If not, there will be plenty of $15 tables or you could make the very easy walk to Monte Carlo – you won’t even have to go outside.

    (Obviously, supply and demand dictate table limits - so YMMV)
     
  3. 2swordstechnique

    2swordstechnique Tourist

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    I just returned from Aria last week, and I didn't see a $10 table at any point in my stay. Granted, it was a Thurs-Sat trip, so your mid-week trip might differ. In the early part of the day, there were plenty of $15 seats available, though.
     
  4. BrendanMc

    BrendanMc Tourist

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    Are you against going to other casinos? I don't see why you can't still stay at Aria, but gamble at other places that would have lower limits.
     
  5. Drambler

    Drambler High-Roller

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    $15 was as low as I saw it go there. Usually the smallest they had was $25. You can play at the Monte Carlo for $10 and if you are concerned about future comps at Aria they seem to offer me free rooms even though most of my gambling was at the Monte Carlo.

    That said, the Monte Carlo is really kicking me offers.
     
  6. 4dazeoff

    4dazeoff Low-Roller

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    just there last week (wed, thurs) and only saw $15. they did have some $10 craps. monte carlo had $10 tables but i didn't play or look closely at the rule. almost guarantee 6:5 payout but not sure of the dealer hit on soft 17, etc. anyways, good luck to you and have a great trip!:beer:
     
  7. AbFab

    AbFab Low-Roller

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    On my last November trip not only did they have $10 tables, but also a couple of $5 tables; granted they had these tables in AM and was midweek. At night they always had two $10 tables.
     
  8. StudiodeKadent

    StudiodeKadent Tourist

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    Usually the two accessible (low) blackjack tables start at $10 per hand. They're close to the carnival games pit.

    I've never seen them at $10 limits during nights however. But daytimes? Yep, $10.

    Also, you can get $5 3:2 shoe games (8d ASM) at the Monte Carlo during daytimes. And the Bellagio has plenty of $10 CSM tables all the time.
     
  9. mike_m235

    mike_m235 Tourist

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    Monte Carlo doesn't have the best rules, but you can easily find 3:2 blackjack at $10 most of the time. It's all dealer hit on soft 17 except for the high limit room, which is black chip.
     
  10. Nittany1

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    My last trip was mid June and there were $10 during the day.
    I did not notice if there were any at night.
    I will be there in 5 days and will take notice
     
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