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Table Games Pai Gow Poker and extra stuff

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by DZbettin, Jun 25, 2015.

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  1. DZbettin

    DZbettin Tourist

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    Hey everyone. Been a couple of years since I've been to Vegas. Flying in to spend a couple of days before driving up the California coast. Just want to spend a night playing Pai Gow Poker, preferably 10-15 a hand and not 25-plus. Anyone have any suggestions? I will have a car, and though I would prefer somewhere on the strip, it doesn't have to be.

    Also, I can get a special rate at Green Valley Ranch and have always wanted to stay there and check it out…but how is the gaming/table limits. I won't be on an extremely limited bank roll, but don't want to blow all my money before I get out of Nevada either :) Considering I'm on a short stay, don't know if I want to be that far off the strip.

    Also, does anyone still do blackjack tournaments anymore?
     
  2. scc31

    scc31 Low-Roller

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    10-15 shouldn't be hard to find during the day... 10 might be difficult at night at the higher end. if you go downtown that'd be in nearly every table though. if you're on the strip and want to avoid 25/hand might want to look at Monte Carlo, Mirage, or Casino Royale in the evening for moderate priced gambling. Treasure Island if you're lucky and its slow. During the day, I'm sure if you walk around the strip 10-15 would be easy to find even in the higher end casinos.
     
  3. steelcity5044

    steelcity5044 Low-Roller

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    I visit Vegas 2x a year and can always find $15 pai gow tables on the strip at night. Always play at Caesar's properties. Linq, Cromwell, flamingo....no issues. Have fun
     
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