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Table Games Gold Coast Tables

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by sco5123, Nov 14, 2012.

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  1. sco5123

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    Last time I was at Gold Coast in May, the tables were always packed...in the evening...at the crack of dawn...always. Particularly BJ and Pai Gow.

    I plan to visit it during the weekend before New Years Eve, so I am assuming I may not even have a chance at the tables.

    I pose to you then, what time of day is usually slower for these tables at Gold Coast?
     
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    New Year's Eve and a few days leading up to it is the only holiday time when I haven't been in Vegas (and intend to keep it that way), but from my experiences at GC and other casinos, there are plenty of open tables in the morning; that is, around 6-8 am when I usually start playing. Of course, there aren't as many tables open then, but many of the dealers are just standing around waiting for the first players to have a seat. At least that was the case at GC last month.
     
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    Great! Then I will definitely check at that time!
     
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    I also have noticed mid morning is less busy. If I noticed a difference I will post it, as I will be there in early DECEMBER.:wave:
     
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