Discussion in 'Table Games' started by oaklanddom, Dec 27, 2015.
which casino offers the best black jack for players
It does vary by game and denomination.
Generally, for lower limit play ($5) you will find 3:2 DAS RSA games in most of the downtown casinos.
There are some very good BJ games on the strip but they also require minimum bets, for the most part, at the black chip level. There are some decent $25 games on the strip but nothing really that you can't get downtown, at a few casinos, at the $15 level.
Not too sure about all the off strip properties but I'm guessing there are some good games there as well.
u can still find 25$ 6 deck on the strip good rules and 50$ dd good just have to poke around.
dd is always twice 6 deck for good rules.
but plenty out there, not worth going downtown too much time and cost for little return
Sometimes, yes. But I have seen them on the Strip at the same minimum for good rules quite often
not under 100$ i havent ,if 6 deck is 25 dd is 50 , if 6 deck is 50 dd is 100$
Mirage has 3:2 DD for $25 all the time, In April they even had a 3:2 DD with S17 for $25 a hand, but I think it is now H17
Ballys also has a $25 S17 DD game in the "high limit' room
yes to ny ny they have dd on the floor hit soft 17 at 25$ 2 tables 3/2
ballys you cant das
Need more info, like min and max and where you are staying etc,
...a few weeks ago I played $5 minimum, 3:2 single deck at El Cortez downtown...
As of two weeks ago, the best blackjack on the Strip for low rollers was at Treasure Island. You can find plenty of 3:2 h17 six-deck and doubledeck for just $10 a hand. The six deck (other than h17) had liberal strip rules like re-splitting aces, late surrender and DAS. They also permitted DAS at doubledeck. Excellent six deck games can be found at Bellagio and Aria for $25 a handif you want to play a $5 game...El Cortez is the place to play. Good luck!
SLS also offers 6D 3:2 H17 DAS at $10. I believe it also offers LS, but not positive.
SLS isn't too far from TI, so easy to swing by both.
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