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Table Games BJ Table Limits at Wynncore

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by sogi311, Sep 29, 2012.

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  1. sogi311

    sogi311 Tourist

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    I am heading to town 11/19 to 11/23 and am still thinking of staying at Encore. I like to play BJ in the evenings and was wondering if anyone can tell me if they have $10 or $15 tables during the slow nights?

    ANy help would be appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. thecarve

    thecarve Misanthrope

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    I stayed at Encore last weekend. Both properties had $15 (3:2) tables at all times and often a few $10, even during the evening. During the day, $10 tables were pretty easy to find. I even saw a few $25 tables that were 6D, S17, DAS, LS, RSA.

    In addition to the 3:2 tables, there were also several 6:5 ones. So, check the felt before you sit down.

    YMMV of course. But it was fairly busy last weekend. So, I'm pretty confident you'll be able to find decent $15 tables, if not $10, at all but the busiest of times.
     
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    earth-3 High-Roller

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    I believe all the BJ games under $25 will be hit on soft 17 and 6 decks, while those at and above will stand on any 17. Plus, $100 may have fewer decks in play.
     
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    Thank you so much for the information, I really appreciate it. How was the overall vibe at the property?
     
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    thecarve Misanthrope

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    Two completely different vibes, IMO. Encore is pretty calm and quiet. Wynn is usually pretty hoppin' - lots of people, fairly high energy (at least for a "high end" place - it isn't going to be as raucous as a PHo, for example).

    I usually prefer Encore during the daytime and late night when I'm "winding down". During the evening, I spend more time at Wynn.
     
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