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Table Games Busiest Craps Tables

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by 7out7, Jun 13, 2013.

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  1. 7out7

    7out7 Tourist

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    Hello all, wondering where I can find the busiest craps tables during the week. Last time I went, MB and Venetian were both good, and NYNY was ok. Played at Aria for a bit and the action was pretty good there.

    The busier the better, and I perfer $10, but $15(all MB had) is ok. How are places like Wynn, CP, Bellagio, Cosmo?
     
  2. vsop

    vsop Low-Roller

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    Last month, I was at The Orleans in the AM (mid morning) and surprisingly 4-5 tables were packed....6-7 players on each side....there was a heavy Hawaiian influence....the players know how to bet and the dealers know their stuff as well..
     
  3. chess

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    do you play mainly MGM ? or any at CET ?

    When I stayed at Pho, they were almost always packed.... they have 5 tables and 3 seemed always busy, really pick up in the afternoon and evening
     
  4. mike_m235

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    Mirage was pretty busy most of the weekend when I was there in April. Sometimes it depends on the Pit Boss...does he want to run 2 crowded tables ore 3 not as crowded tables?
     
  5. WHITEJACKET73

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    Try the California Casino downtown; they are always busy...those crazy Hawaiians know how to have a good time at the tables.
     
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    I find Mirage to be pretty hit-or-miss; for whatever reason, every time I get to what looks like a busy table, it turns out to be all people who can't handle any variance, so as soon as a couple 7-outs happen, it completely dies down.

    Bellagio's been the most consistently busy, in my experience.
     
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    MGM always has 6-7 tables going in the evenings - and mostly full
     
  8. LV_Bound

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    Check out PH.
    I have stayed there the past 2 trips and those tables are crowded around the clock.
     
  9. jrinct1

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    That being said...so much for the demise of craps huh!!????
     
  10. RPMCanes

    RPMCanes High-Roller

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    MGM and The Mirage consistently have the most crowded tables I've found, especially this past weekend at The Mirage. Joint was mobbed.
     
  11. Joe

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    Totally agree with this. Those tables are always busy.
     
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    I often like to start out at a slow table and soak up lots of free coffee and orange juice but sometimes I go down in the morning and the big money winners from the night before are STILL there and still doing well.
     
  13. yoyoseven

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    True. But if you are a pass line and come bettor, then MSS is a better option. The Cal only offers 2x odds, MSS offers 20x (better flexibility when you find a hot shooter). MSS tables get pretty busy as well, and are also attract a lot of Hawaiian players. Pretty solid set of dealers there too.
     
  14. Wanger1969

    Wanger1969 High-Roller

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    This is NEVER a bad thing. That happened to us once on our last trip. (we were the all nighters and welcomed the breakfast club to our table) They happily joined our hot table.
     
  15. Seven_OUT

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    Nice screen name. During the week Id say steer clear of the Cosmo. Its pretty dead because they like to keep their mins high even though its empty - dont understand that strategy.. But like most others have said, mirage is always hopping

    Good luck
     
  16. Viva Las Vegas

    Viva Las Vegas Ramblin' Gamblin' Man

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    I've played $10 and $15 craps weeknights at Cosmo (latest trip last September), but they go Green/Black only on weekends. Great drink service as well (in all aspects).
     
  17. jrinct1

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    For green and black minimum it BETTER be great drink service.
     
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