Discussion in 'Table Games' started by jingber05, Mar 30, 2016.
does anyone know what they are? how many decks they use. Etc 6 deck 2 deck
Lots of 6:5 tables at Rio. Much better blackjack can be found nearby at Gold Coast. There are a a few 3:2 games at Rio (usually at $15 and up)...most use an 8-deck shoe and no re-splitting of aces (not positive if late surrender is allowed). They do have doubledeck at Rio (starts at $25) BUT...like all CET joints...they don't allow double-down-after-splitting (DAS) at their double deck tables. This is a deal-breaker for me as it eliminates some very profitable hands for the player. Good luck!
most of this information if not all is wrong except u cant double after splits on dd, but the rest is pure crap info
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