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Table Games Any $25 3:2 blackjack at Venetian/Palazzo

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by bmw7a, Apr 28, 2015.

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  1. bmw7a

    bmw7a Tourist

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    Probably going to be staying at V/P in a couple months rather than Aria due to much better room deal. I play mostly green chip BJ, and I understand V/P is now mostly 6:5 at that play level. But can 3:2 BJ games be found at that level at all? Or do I have to trek down the strip to play? I am not expecting S17. THanks for any updates.
     
  2. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    When I was there in February any table that was 6:5 could be converted to 3:2 by request to the pit. The table minimum had to be raised to 50 for this request though. I do not remember seeing any 3:2 on floor
     
  3. sigsev

    sigsev Low-Roller

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    No. $50 is all you're going to get.
     
  4. Nabx

    Nabx Newbie

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    what about other places on the strip? I am looking for $25 3:2, it seems $10 3:2 has disappeared. Can anyone confirm?
     
  5. topcard

    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    What are you counting as "the strip"?
    If you include Circus, then yes - you can find $10 3:2.
    Mirage has $25 3:2 two deck with DAS, as well as a $15 S17 3:2 6-deck game, with late-surrender & DAS... (or they did, anyway).

    If you count Gold Coast (which is, for example, closer to Bally's/Cromwell than Excal, Luxor, Trop or MGM) then you will find $5 & $10 3:2 2-deck pitch, with DAS permitted.
     
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    Fafa2e Low-Roller

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    I would say that the Mirage is your best chance to find $25 3:2 at one of the large properties on the strip. (You may even find S17 at Mirage at the $25 level depending on how busy it is) Also, I haven't been in TI for a while, but they may offer more favorable BJ.
     
  7. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    The earlier posters have probably played at V/P more recently than I have. But I did play on a $25 (3:2) table at Palazzo, mid October of 2014 (after the infamous 6:5 proliferation there). Of course it was a slow Sunday at around noon. During the evenings, everything (3:2) was $50-100 mins.

    Almost every (other) casino on the strip will have plenty of $25 3:2 BJ. In fact, most will have it at $15 at all but the busiest of times.
     
  8. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    TI had 10 dollar doubledeck 3:2 last time I was in there.
     
  9. 44inarow

    44inarow VIP Whale

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    Aria has plenty of $25 3:2 (in fact, they don't have any 6:5 whatsoever). There are shoe games, including one or two S17 tables, at the back of the pit towards the cage which are $25 until early afternoon or so, when they go up to $50; at that point, there will still likely be a couple shoe games at $25, but they'll be H17. By early evening the only $25 tables open are usually the CSM/H17 games in the main pit, but there are tons of them and they're all 3:2.
     
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    spicole Low-Roller

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    +1 for what 44inarow just said. The lower tables at Aria have CSMs and H17, but they are always 3:2.

    I just stayed at Cosmo and there were a number of $15 3:2 H17 tables going, with 8-deck shoes. I think most(?) of the double deck shoes on the main floor were 6:5.
     
  11. 2wayparlay

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    Bellagio has $25 3:2 games from a shoe. Except on Friday and Saturday nights cause $50 is the lowest. Even their $10 games payout 3:2 but is from a shuffle machine.
     
  12. eksantirik

    eksantirik Low-Roller

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    If you don't mind CSM, I played $10 3:2 blackjack at Bellagio on the saturday evening before last week.
     
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