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Table Games Blackjack Suggestions Unite

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Dynasty22, Dec 27, 2014.

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  1. Dynasty22

    Dynasty22 Low-Roller

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    I posted in another thread but my average bet per hand per hour will be a minimum $200-$500. I will most likely be staying at a CET property. So with that said, any suggestions on where I should play? Enjoyable high limit rooms for my gf and I? Better enviornments? Any suggestions is greatly appreciated!
     
  2. BayouBengal

    BayouBengal VIP Whale

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    I personally would try to play where you stay or where you wish to stay on a future trip. I'd assume Ceaser's would treat you well at your bet level.
     
  3. spicole

    spicole Low-Roller

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    I cannot help very much... in general, I like the blackjack rules at the MGM properties. That said, you should be able to find your pick of good games at all the high limit rooms at the CET properties. I would start at Caesars, and also check out the Cromwell. I really like the casino vibe in the Cromwell.

    Paperposter mentioned in a post earlier this year that Bally's had good BJ rules, IIRC.
     
  4. Irishwake

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    I would go for Caesars. A couple weeks back it was 6 decks, S17 w/ surrender for $100 min or 2 deck for $200 min.
    Comfortable, classy room, good drink service, dealers in formal wear.
    Ballys is more of a high limit area off the main casino right next to the walkway before Paris. In June it was $25 during the day and $50 later on. No DAS on the 2d game. Good drink service though. A couple weeks back it wasn't open the two times I passed by during the day. Maybe someone else has more current info.
    CET has improved their BJ offerings over the last six months or so.
     
  5. Dynasty22

    Dynasty22 Low-Roller

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    I am going to be paying for the room but my hopes is that my room will end up being comped based on my play. Would my play level suffice for Ceasers?
     
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    I suggest Planet Hollywood, and after your first day of play ask to speak with Hunter about comps. $200-$500 should be enough for the room and some food, but he'd be better to speak to that. PH also has Burgr and Strip House, both excellent restaraunts and probably my two favorites in Vegas.
     
  7. Tree DA

    Tree DA High-Roller

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    I'm not sure what per hand per hour means....is that different than per hand? How many hours will you play?
     
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