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3 card poker Downtown?

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by doublemom1998, May 15, 2013.

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  1. doublemom1998

    doublemom1998 Tourist

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    2 weeks and hubs and I are downtown at the Plaza! We used to be strip folk but now we split our stay because we luv the vibe DT. I am interested in playing 3 card poker having mostly stuck to VP, blackjack and slots previously. Any recomendations on where to play? Pretty easy to find? Low min.? Thanks!
     
  2. bbcitrus

    bbcitrus Newbie

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    $5 Min all weekend at 4 queens
     
  3. DonnyC

    DonnyC VIP Whale

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    I think you will find $5 mins. everywhere was they game requires at least $10 to play, $15 if playing pairs plus.

    We will be on the strip for Memorial Day Weekend and expect to be able to find many $5 tables.
     
  4. NickyDim

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    Downtown and off strip $5 ($15). At any CET props it'll cost you $20. They have the $5 progressive for a million. Then $5/5/5 for pairs plus/ante/play.
     
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    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    4-queens, theD, Plaza & Nugget all had $5 games with the $1 progressive bet (pays on a straight or better).
    MSS, Cal & Fremont all had $5 games with no progressive.
    4-Queens seemed to be the liveliest on Tuesday & Wednesday of this week...and their progressive for the AKQ of spades was the highest, at just over $4000.
     
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