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Table Games Reserving a Craps table

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by LV_Bound, Dec 28, 2014.

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  1. LV_Bound

    LV_Bound VIP Whale

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    Usually when reserving a table they have requirements like the following:
    x number of players
    y amount of buy-in
    z min bet per roll
    # min time played.

    Anyone know what are the requirements when wanting to reserve a Craps table?

    Ok, did a more in-depth search after posting and found this thread :

    http://www.luxor.com/casino/casino_reservetable.aspx
     
  2. BayouBengal

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    Very cool. Thanks for the info. It's lower than I thought. This would be awesome for a bachelor party and it doesn't require people to be a high roller. Any info on other casinos?
     
  3. Homeschool

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    Would be pretty sweet for playing craps but the BJ rules aren"t anything worth playing (H17 6/5 Shoe).
     
  4. CosmoGold

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    Yeah, I'd like to know this for the Cosmo.
     
  5. RockyBalboa

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    I wonder if we can get a March Madness table for those of us VMBers who'll be out there?
     
  6. Scottndindy

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    I have never heard of a program similar to Luxor's at any other casino. Usually a reserved table requires a player with a 6 figure credit line. I have found the best way to get a table for a group is to talk to the pit supervisor and have your group there when they open a table up. I have found the best time to do this is right after shift change when they are adding tables. While the table won't be reserved if you have the majority of spots filled you essentially get the same effect. Craps is a bit tougher of a game to get opened if they aren't planning on it just because of the need of multiple dealers.
     
  7. Tellafriend

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    well, that I presume is to reserve a game for a session, not for the player's entire stay. what it takes to do that, like everything else in Vegas, depends on the property; the higher up, the more it cost. I've had reserved roulette games at MB and GN w/ 100k lines of credit. I have been offered same at PHO for the same loc. But they don't even keep the 0 game running any longer unless by request. I believe the minimum for such at nicer properties is 250k for places like MGM and Mirage and 500k at B and Aria but i'm not sure about that. Sometimes at the B when you have reserved game they will bring out additional tables so others can continue to play, and sometimes they will just take over the main ones in the HL room. ,A true reserved game, like Nate's in bacc, is yours for the trip. No one else can play. they make a dealer just sit there all day while you do other things sometimes for days. I think what the Luxor link was referring to was the ability to reserve a table for a session with you and your friends.
     
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