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Table Games Electronic Craps in Boyd Casinos

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by jhaley83, Nov 13, 2013.

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  1. jhaley83

    jhaley83 Tourist

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    I am an avid table craps player, but last trip the wife and I played some shoot to win electronic craps at Rio and really enjoyed it. I like to concentrate my play at Boyd properties, and I am wondering which ones have the automated craps games.

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  2. Joe

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    Never seen it downtown at MSS, Cal or Fremont.
     
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    Nope, downtown nor Sams Town has it...
    However, Orleans has it (I don't think GoldCoast does, or at least I didn't see it)
     
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    According to the BConnected website only The Orleans has it.
     
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    I played it at Suncoast last year.
     
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    Yeah, unfortunately this looks to be the case. I played "Lucky Sic Bo" at the Gold Coast in Dec. 2012, which was nice because it was a craps/sic bo hybrid game (3 dice of 2 different colors). I was the only one playing it though...so that hints to its fate. It was the first Sic Bo I had played in 11 years though... :confused2:
     
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    These machines often offer little or no points value on your card, because they can be played at such a low edge. I recently the machines with 3-dice that let different players play Sic-Bo at the same time others are playing craps, just selecting the different game on their terminal.
     
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    Only place I saw it downtown was at Golden Gate, back in April.
     
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    The EC had it a few months ago. Some young girls liked it, esp because they were able to only put in a buck or two to play, unlike the regular downtown crap tables that require a mimimum of $3 to $5. made their bankroll last much longer than playing on the tables.
     
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    El Cortez had it when we were there July 4th. It was located dead center from Fremont st entrance to the cashier cage.
     
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    The same could be said for regular craps, regardless of the average bet amount. Generally speaking, craps players just don't get noticed, again because of the low house edge. As for electronic craps, I did quite well last time I played and it way more relaxing than regular craps. If it get's too slow for you can just step up to the real table at any time. BTW, I played at Bally's and PH.
     
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    I was there in October and the Golden Gate had it, as did the 4 Queens and Binion's.

    I also saw it in every casino on the Strip that I gambled in (Harrah's, Luxor, MGM, etc)
     
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    was in Vegas late February last year and the Plaza had it
     
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