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Table Games Monte Carlo Pai Gow

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by hornhiyo, Feb 27, 2014.

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  1. hornhiyo

    hornhiyo Low-Roller

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    Does MC still have Paigow and if so, at what denominations?
     
  2. blackjacknut

    blackjacknut VIP Whale

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    Yes MC still has Pai Gow, when I was there it was $15, I did see it drop to $10 on some days.
     
  3. Okie21

    Okie21 Low-Roller

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    I went Dec 18-22 and it was always $10 when I saw it, even prime time at night BUT I never saw it on Fri/Sat night.
     
  4. Okie21

    Okie21 Low-Roller

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    Forgot to mention they also had $5 3/2 BJ many mornings/early afternoons. And always opened a $5 craps table mid afternoon that was bumped up to $10 about 1 hr later.
     
  5. GoingBroke777

    GoingBroke777 Tourist

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    we played at $10 table at MC and they switch it to $15 later in the evening, but since we were there while they changed it we were able to stick to $10, so it was nice.
     
  6. WrongWayWade

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    Most people should not be 'afraid' of playing at a $10 or $15 Pai Gow table, especially a full one. This game is so slow (often less than 30 hands/hour), you aren't risking that much compared to a similar bet at blackjack, for example. $15 PaiGow is not dissimilar to $5 blackjack, as far as money risked per hour. Especially if you skip the fortune bonus bet, $100 can last a LONG time at a $10 table.
     
  7. travelfiend

    travelfiend High-Roller

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