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Table Games High Card Flush

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by rddoria, Jun 30, 2015.

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  1. rddoria

    rddoria Tourist

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    Looking for places with High Card Flush. I've found it at Binion's, Caesars, Paris and The Linq. Thanks!
     
  2. jon_vegas

    jon_vegas Low-Roller

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    All CET properties in Vegas have them.
     
  3. rddoria

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    I figured as such..thanks!!!
     
  4. BigDubbs

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    Red Rock also had it last time I was there.
     
  5. Sam in Ut

    Sam in Ut High-Roller

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    Oh great! There goes the bankroll! Lol . I love that addicting game, anyone know if the minimums at those CET casinos?
     
  6. sindustry

    sindustry VIP Whale

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    Most of the time, min is $5...sometimes $10. Max is usually $100...sometimes $200.
     
  7. rddoria

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    Minimums at CET casinos was $5 when I was there. Only $1 on the Straight Flush side bet but they require $5 on the Flush side bet. Downtown at Binion's if there's no one at the game it's $3. Once someone sits down it's $5 and when 3 or more people are at the table $10. The side bets are both $1.
     
  8. Sam in Ut

    Sam in Ut High-Roller

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    I just got back from Vegas a couple days ago but thought I'd give you guys an update on that high card flush game. Prior to leaving, I noticed this post so I inquired about the minimums and made that silly comment about losing my bankroll (above)... This trip was the most profitable for me for a long time mainly because of this high card flush game. We stayed at Caesars so after we got settled in I immediately went downstairs to play BJ. most of the tables were full so I decided to look for the high card flush table. They only have one table and there were a couple open spots. I sat down and bought in for $200, didn't do anything for the first 5 or 6 hands so I was already down half my buy in, getting pretty disgusted actually and even made a joking comment to the dealer that I was leaving if the next hand was the same crap I've been getting. She laughed and jokingly said she'd try harder. Well that next hand I did my usual squeeze and started peeling each card slowly. My first three cards were diamonds, I slowly revealed the next two and they to were diamonds! At that point I had to say something (stupid, I know) to the dealer about my first five cards. She asked to look at them so I showed her (and all the others on the table). I squeezed off the sixth card and that too was a diamond! So the whole table was rooting for me to get that last diamond ...(btw, there already was a 3 card straight flush in my hand). I slowly revealed the last card and it was black and we all exhaled at the same time with disgust. But anyway, that hand paid well.... I fortunately was playing $10 on the flush, $5 on the straight flush, and $15 on the ante. That 6 card flush paid 100 to 1,so that alone was worth $1K. The 4 card Straight flush paid 40 to 1 for another $200, and the ante paid another $60. That one $1260 hand set the tone for the whole trip!

    On our third night I decided play this same game at Planet Hollywood only with better results! I managed to get that 7 card flush (with a 5 card straight flush)! Unfortunately I only was playing $5 on both the flush and straight flush bets but that hand alone paid over $2100. That was the biggest win I've ever had on this game and it completely financed the trip and thensome.. Needless to say I love this game!
     
  9. Rags

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    My wife and I played High Card Flush quite a bit last week, mainly at Planet Hollywood, Paris, and Cromwell.

    We did get several decent hands and both had a few four card straight flushes. The final day of the trip was Saturday and I stopped to play at Planet Hollywood. After being down to about $60 left of my $200 buy in I looked at a heart, then a second heart, then a third then a fourth, then a fifth!

    I then realized they were 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10. At that point, I showed the dealer and squeezed the ace of clubs, boo. Finally I squeezed the last card. Jack of hearts!

    Funny thing was the guy next to me had a the card straight flush with the 345 of hearts.

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    That made for a very nice ending to my week long trip.
     
  10. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    Nice hits! Unfortunately the Flush/Straight Flush is where Loveman, et. al. really make their money! :(
     
  11. sindustry

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    This is true! This game hooked me too when I first played it! I still like it a lot, but I make sure I only play in short bursts. My very first night of playing at PH, I did not play the side bets at all. I started at table min at first, to get a feel. I soon noticed I was on a winning streak, so I kept pressing to table max, which was $200 that night. By the time I stopped, I was up several thousand...without playing any side bets. The next day I played it with my friends. I started to play the side bets ($10 each). I ended up getting dealt a 6-card straight flush...a $10,000 win on the straight flush side bet. Needless to say, I was hooked on this game for the rest of the trip. By the end of the week, that game won everything back from me, and then some. When you are up on this game, you should run...not walk.
     
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