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Table Games Blackjack conditions at Bellagio

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Liquifyguy, Feb 26, 2016.

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  1. Liquifyguy

    Liquifyguy Newbie

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    I'm heading out to Bellagio in several weeks and was wondering how blackjack conditions are there now. I've read several places that conditions have deteriorated recently with many of their tables changing to 6:5. Has anybody who has been there recently give any insight?
     
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  3. Naturaleight

    Naturaleight High-Roller

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    According to CBJN, Current Blackjack News, they have put in six tables of 6:5 H17, along with the six tables of 3:2 S17 and six tables of 3:2 H17. I assume they probably only open the 6:5 tables when it's crowded, or lower limits which during the day looks to be $15. Of course the best game there is the $50 double deck game S17 with a house edge of only .19%
     
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    Fligster High-Roller

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    I was there last week, early morning they had 1 or 2 $10 3:2 shoe tables.
     
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    Bondy3 Low-Roller

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    0.19 is a freaking awesome game, but its a counter trap, so beware
     
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    absolutely. Especially at a place like the Bellagio. Nothing more than a 1-3 spread, maybe 1-4. If you can get away with that, you can essentially make it a break even game, maybe even slightly positive game, and with the comps it's definitely a positive game.
     
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