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Table Games Planet Hollywood High Limit

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Dynasty22, Jan 4, 2015.

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  1. Dynasty22

    Dynasty22 Low-Roller

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    Can anyone give me some feedback to there high limit area? Pretty good size? Table mins? Atmosphere? Etc etc etc.

    Thanks!
     
  2. firstkill

    firstkill High-Roller

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    It's loud in the casino in general, even in the high limit room.
    I saw 100 limit bj and bacarrat. Roulette is closed at times
     
  3. Scottndindy

    Scottndindy Low-Roller

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    As firstkill said it is part of the main casino by the cage but has walls around the permiter that to do not go all the way to the ceiling. I think there is about 8-10 tables in there. Premium drinks are not given unless you are diamond.
     
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  4. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Understand that its not a separate room. It's a separate area with a few barriers separating it from the main cage. As stated above, it's loud, because there are no walls or doors to separate it from the music of the main casino. In addition to what others have already posted, I would say its not a large area (maybe 8 tables? And I have never seen all of them open). The drink service is more timely in there than the main floor. My only real complaints are that its not well illuminated and the tables are a bit scuzzy. I would expect a HL area to be a little better maintained. But overall its an okay place to play as long as you don't mind the music
     
  5. BCMike

    BCMike VIP Whale

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    There's also a smaller high limit area at the back of the casino with only slot machines. It only has one entrance but is open air so you get the music but it's not as loud. Drink service was ok from what I remember..
     
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    LV_Bound VIP Whale

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    The HL Slot area is rather small and so is the Paris HL slot area. Ballys has a larger area but their HL area has a number of $1 machines and not $5 & $10 like other HL rooms.
    I have only played Top Dollar in the PH HL area so can't really report on the other machines.
     
  7. Kickin

    Kickin Flea

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    Avoid the DD BJ game in there. It looks appealing because its a pitch game however its H17 and offers no DAS or RSA. The no DAS is a real bitch and I don't think its written on a placard anywhere, you end up just learning about it the hard way. The shoe game in there has the typical good rules you'll find at most high limit shoe games on the strip, but the DD is inferior to its peers.
     
  8. RM777

    RM777 Low-Roller

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    You can get premium if you are nice to the staff and are tipping reasonably well. This happened to me at Geezers a few years ago prior to reaching Diamond. I am of the opinion that players in a HL room should be able to order, within reason, what they want.
     
  9. zeromilepost

    zeromilepost Tourist

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    Its a small area just off the main floor. By the "fish bowl". Just by the cashier cage.

    Its super quiet. Maybe 4-5 tables are open at any time. Mostly their "senior" staff and dealers are in there. Pretty quiet compared to the rest of the floor.
     
  10. VDMTom

    VDMTom Low-Roller

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    Exactly what others have said, only 4-6 tables open on a busy night.

    When I go to Planet Hollywood, I want the loud atmosphere. I played in HL, but it's much more fun to play out in the main.. Well, I play Baccarat, so really no one can mess w/ the cards. If you're playing at BJ, you're in the wrong casino lol.
     
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