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Bankroll needed to get private room in BJ or bac?

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by RiddickBull, Nov 29, 2013.

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  1. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    Just curious, what type of bankroll is needed to get a private room for BJ or baccarat at Wynn, Aria, or Bellagio?
     
  2. paperposter

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    most private tables start a 500$ a hand and its good to have a relationship with the propert thats a plus

    im sure the mansion is alot more
     
  3. UKFanatic

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    I would have thought it would be more. I'm not disagreeing with you (I have no idea the answer to this question). I guess I'm just surprised because the people I have seen playing at reserved bac tables or in separate rooms are all betting $1k and up per hand.
     
  4. USCHawks

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    Isn't a private room different than just a private table?
     
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    From stuff shifter and natedog posted in the past they tended to assume 2% of your LOC for your average bet. But as far as that article says the regulations dropped any minimum bet requirement. So that's just up to the casinos.

    My bet is that old $500 min bet requirement wasn't in place for the high roller who probably pisses purple chips but for his entourage who would gamble with him.
     
  8. wrxrob

    wrxrob High-Roller

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    I figured only cranberries need apply :peace:

    cranberry example
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    but I guess in today's economy, one only needs a few pumpkins to get a high limit private room, or perhaps a chocolate or two. :thumbsup:
     
  9. paperposter

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    actauly pumpkin at alot of casinios are 25,000 and at bellagio flags are 5,000

    where most are chocolate else where,its very confusing
     
  10. pass line man

    pass line man Low-Roller

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    In Vegas colors can be anything... Chocolate at many Vegas joints is 5k.

    In AC the colors are regulated

    purple--500
    orange-1000
    grey--5000
    mustard--20000
    gold---25000

    plaques available over that amount
     
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