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Harrah's Cherokee Digital Blackjack

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by blackjacknut, Dec 15, 2013.

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  1. blackjacknut

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    I was reading another thread about Harrah's Cherokee and checked out their website. I noticed they have D21 - Digital Blackjack? Has anyone played this and what is it like?
     
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    This casino used to be all digital(they couldnt use cards up until recently). I have played the digital blackjack there. At that time, they had a dealer that took care of the bets and each person had a screen at there spot on the table. I havent been there lately but I know they are allowed to use cards now so they might not have this anymore.
     
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    As of 12/7/2013 they still had maybe 1/2 dozen of the D21 tables . One at $10 min. rest at $15.
     
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    Barona has a "pit" like this (They call it "chipless")
    I played UTH there and it was pretty neat, used real cards though, but the betting and payouts were on a little iPad built-in to the table.
     
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    Barona Chipless UTH is awesome! Too bad it is a bit of a drive compared to the other social casinos. You get to see everyone's cards since they deal them face up. Dealer payout errors are eliminated, which is good and bad...hehe. Game play is much faster...again, can be good and bad. The only downside is you get no chips to shuffle and it is too easy to bet more than you normally would, as you have no physical concept of your dwindling chip stack.
     
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    But the BEST upside is the "trips" bet is only .9% HA (RAAARELY seen anywhere!!) and it's funny because people play $1 on this side bet...yet in Reno/Vegas people are playing $5 and $10 on the 3.4% HA version!
     
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