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Table Games Craps outside

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by No field five, Apr 12, 2013.

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  1. No field five

    No field five Tourist

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    Last time i stayed at the flamingo and i got to play craps out by the pool and it was amazing. Im not staying there again so i can't get into the pool area but i loved playing craps outside. Does anyone know a place in vegas i could play craps outside? pref on the stip but open to all suggestions.


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  2. TrunksFull

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    I think I've seen someone on here say that if they have gaming in the pool area, by rule it needs to be open to the public.

    YMMV but worth a try.
     
  3. crapsguy5000

    crapsguy5000 Low-Roller

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    Binons is Close

    Altough it's not actually outside; Binons craps table with the cowboy girl dealers is barley in the casino. The side is all open so you can play craps while seeing and hearing everything thats going on outside.
     
  4. FoolsGold

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    Unless you pay for a private casino under the recently enacted regulations, ALL the games in any licensed premises have to be open to the pubic. This INCLUDES a high roller area where casinos often use social intimidation to keep out the hoi poloi but in reality walking thru the high limit area is like walking thru any part of the casino.
     
  5. McGoo

    McGoo Low-Roller

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    Although not open yet, the Downtown Grand hotel in Downtown Vegas owns a portion of third street and has intentions to offer outdoor Gaming, which I think will be amazing if done correctly!

    I miss the Craps table at Slots of fun and even more I miss the strip poker at Osheas!
     
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    Royal Flusher Savvy Gambler

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    My dog Chippy craps outside.
     
  7. Joe

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    Leave it to Flusher for that answer:thumbsup:
     
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    last trip we were by the pool entrance at the golden nugget.

    It is like airport security getting into the pool area if you are not staying there.

    a guy walked up to the security person and said he wanted to play the outside table games in the pool area and they let him in no problem.
     
  9. No field five

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    that is a good one
     
  10. RPMCanes

    RPMCanes High-Roller

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    Doesn't Mandalay have one of those?
     
  11. chef

    chef Resident Buffetologist

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    Yes, any casino that offers outside gaming must allow folks to enter that area. For example, if you want to get into to REHAB for free and without waiting in line, simply tell security you want to play BJ at the poolside table games.
    Likewise, if you want to be at the topless pool at Wynn, let them know you are there to play table games.
    I know that doesn't answer original poster's question on craps tables, as Wynn removed its outdoor craps table last year and the Hard Rock never had one.
    But, it should clear up the question about whether or not you as a non-casino guest would have access to a specific pool area with outdoor gaming.
    Now, if you are using this as a ploy to get into a pool and not partake in gambling, be aware that security may escort you to the table to ensure that you play.
     
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