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Table Games Friendliest BJ Dealers...?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by tuck78, Jul 10, 2014.

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  1. tuck78

    tuck78 Tourist

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    I was wondering where the friendliest and most lively BJ dealers are. I like to have interaction while I'm losing my money. It makes it more fun. Too many times have I sat at a table and just get the cards dealt by a robot disguised as a human. :poke:

    This is more of just a curiosity really... thanks!
     
  2. dfalk

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    I've always enjoyed the dealers at Ballys
     
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    Cosmopolitan has the friendliest dealers.

    All casinos have some really good dealers, and some awful ones. Cosmo has the highest good:awful ratio, IMO.
     
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    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    Hard to beat the evening/night dealers at Golden Gate.
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    Seems like forever from now, but the flights are booked, so it counts!
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    Love the dancing dealers at Golden Gate.

    I have to say loved all the dealers, including the daytime shirt and tie dealers at the D. At 6 I think it is they switch over to Golden Gate style girls wearing skirts and bras with things around their neck with their names.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Form my experience, I agree about Cosmo. I would also say Aria and Caesars
     
  7. DonnyC

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    I will never again play at a table where the dealer is rude.

    Had some before, and for the sake of not having to fin another low limit table I stayed. Vaction is too precious, I won't make that mistake again.

    It doesn't mean that I will boycott that casino...just that dealer.
     
  8. MidnightBJ

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    Aria and caesars have a lot of good ones. Surprisingly, bellagio has mostly bad ones, even at the high limit tables. Highly skilled, but not enjoyable at all.
     
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    Bellagio is truly hit and miss.

    Some of my all time favorite dealers are there. I've had some some I've LOVED playing with.

    And yet, some of them just seem like they hate humanity and their jobs.
     
  10. tuck78

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    Thanks for the replies. Now that I think about it, the dealers at Bally's were pretty energetic despite robbing me blind lol. I've never played the tables at Cosmo, walked through it a few times. .Something about that place just bothers me..
     
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    Agreed, I have no idea what it is with that place, but I can only recall one Bellagio dealer with any sort of memorable personality, and it was negative (he kept going on and on about the Second Amendment and Obama, which is not something I want to deal with while I'm on vacation). Aria dealers are consistently pretty fun.
     
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    Golden Gate and O'Sheas have my favorite dealers.
     
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    I second Golden Gate, just had one bad experience there couple years ago, one dealer looked miserable, tugging at the outfit and scratching herself repeatedly, moved to another table, didn't want to catch whatever was wrong with her :eek:
    Pity they only have H17 tables there.
    Had good luck with the dealers at MGM, Bellagio been hit or miss, some really good, and some so bad, colored up after just a couple hands.
    (pit bosses been real good at GG and MGM also, talkative and joking around, at Bellagio they just seem bored...)
     
  14. Kickin

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    I would have gotten up from that table so fast, I'd let him and maybe the pit, know why too. Its idiotic for any dealer to talk politics regardless of what side they're on or whether they know what side you're on.

    Aria dealers have been good. I think most places are just hit or miss. The one time I played tables at Cosmo I had one of the best dealers ever. He was a Serbian guy who was a trivia nut and just a great conversationalist. I played at Bellagio later and also had a Serbian dealer, a woman. I asked her if she knew him and she did, in fact there's a whole little Serbian community full of dealers working at different casinos. Go figure.
     
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    To me it is Planet Hollywood hands down. Have had a couple really good dealers at Monte Carlo - but some not so good ones there also. I have generally had good dealers at Aria. Same with Cosmo - although I have not played there very much.
     
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    In my experience, Hard Rock takes the cake, by far.
     
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    Golden Gate to be sure has very friendly dealers. The DTG, as bad as things are going there. Does have very friendly BJ dealers and their pit personnel are very accommodating and helpful.
     
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    Overall, my favorite one dealer I have ever had in Vegas was at the HR.
     
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    Candy and Bambi at Sapphire are the friendliest BJ dealers in Vegas
     
  20. discin311

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    every dealer I had at he Cromwell was great i loved that place
     
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