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Table Games Baccarat where you can touch the cards

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Canucks13, Sep 3, 2014.

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  1. Canucks13

    Canucks13 Tourist

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    Heading to vegas in 2 weeks, staying at Cosmo 2 nights comp.
    I'm a 75 percent blackjack player 15 percent poker 10 baccart.
    But this trip I really wanna play baccarat where you can touch the cards.

    Anyone know where that possible less then 100 minimum. 50 would be perfect

    Thanks


    Bringing about 1700 for 2 nights. Wanting to see Absinthe big time
    . Might even do my first trip report after.

    Thanks
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I don't know of anywhere on the Strip that has midi bac for less than $100. Maybe off strip or DT. I don't know about those. But I think you're going to have to decide which is more important to you: touching the cards or playing mini and being able to wager less than $100 a hand
     
  3. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    As UK stated, you will most likely not find midi for under $100 min on the strip. I heard Flamingo (and downtown) has midi for $25-50. I have never experienced it personally so it is a rumor until someone can verify it.

    The Cosmo HL midi bac is $300 min.
     
  4. GSS

    GSS Low-Roller

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    Anyone know the midi bac minimum for venetian/palazzo?
     
  5. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    I haven't seen Midi at Flamingo under 100 for about 2 years. It used to be offered at a $25 minimum. Golden Nugget was offering $25 Midi last time I was there.(About 1 year ago).

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    Venetian/Palazzo are generally $200 minimum for midi.
     
  6. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    Venetian is $200-300 min and Palazzo is $300 min (I think I saw $200, but not certain)
     
  7. Canucks13

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    What about downtown for midi?

    2 weeks away 0 motivation at work lol.

    This will be my 5th vegas trip and I'm 24.. No where else I wanna go.
    I'm gonna be one of those ppl with 50 trips under there belt soon enough
     
  8. pphold

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    I'll be there this weekend. I'll check downtown but I know the Strip is almost all $100 min on Midi and most is $200 or $300.

    I know Red Rock and Green valley had $50 midi but it was Dragon/ panda so no commission but you push on 7 Bank win on a 3 card win.
     
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    $200 to $300 is right. However if you ask really nice and they aren't too busy they will let you play for 100.. Maybe.. But no harm in asking. I have seen it many times before.
     
  10. RiddickBull

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    I have done this in the past at the Palazzo and Wynn. The table min was $500 and I asked to lower to $300 min. They were cool with it. Cosmo has been a stickler to me when I tried this.

    Aria and Bellagio have the best $100 min on the strip in the HL room. V/P have $100 min midi, but it's not in the Salon (HL) room.
     
  11. UKFanatic

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    My experience during the past year is midi bac minimums on the Strip:

    Mandalay Bay $100 (but usually higher)
    MGM Grand $200
    Aria $100
    Cosmo $100 (but only during weekdays, usually higher)
    Bellagio $100
    CP $200
    V/P $200
    Wynn $200
     
  12. golfnut

    golfnut Low-Roller

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    I played last oct at the D downtown on a midi table. $50 min but I could only touch the cards if I was betting $100 or more.
     
  13. Haute_Shot

    Haute_Shot Low-Roller

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    I was in Vegas labor day weekend.
    Both Venetian and palazzo had $50 tables allow squeeze touching cards during the day and night. Hard to believe yes LVS lately opened up lots of baccarat tables.
    Interestingly Caesars high limit room took away the chart TV monitors for two of their big bac tables in the center of the room
     
  14. dunebug81

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    If you venture over to Rio, Palms, Gold Coast or Palace station. All have midi games for $25.
     
  15. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Where were those tables?? I was there the weekend before and the only midi tables were in the HL rooms and they were not $50 a hand
     
  16. Haute_Shot

    Haute_Shot Low-Roller

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    Palazzo :the walkway immediately outside the salon and stadium gaming (not in HL room)
    Venetian: group of tables immediately outside the high limit room.

    Typically during the day before 6pm there's at least one $50 outside in the general gaming floor, at night depending if it's busy they bump it up.

    I'd say LDW was super popping for the club scene but slow for gambling.
     
  17. chonglosaxon

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    I have never seen midi below $300 at the places I generally play. I would verify wherever you are going to go to save yourself a trip just in case.


    Have fun
     
  18. UKFanatic

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    I know those tables. The prior weekend, they were mini, not midi. Interesting ....
     
  19. UKFanatic

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    Yeah, and to be clear, my list I posted last evening, those were the lowest midi minimums I saw in the past year at each resort. Some of them were often higher. But it seems like you can always find at least one $100 table at both Aria and Bellagio
     
  20. Packer

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    I was there too a couple weeks ago and they were mini not midi.
     
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