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Table Games Roulette and Blackjack

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by hselland81, Aug 3, 2014.

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  1. hselland81

    hselland81 Tourist

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    Going to Vegas in March and staying at Aria eight nights.

    Anyone know the minimum bet on Blackjack/Roulette there?
    Any good Casino near Aria that offers Blackjack (3/2 payout on BJ) with $3 or $5 minimum? And Anyone offers Roulette with $5 minimum?

    If there is $5 minimum and you get $1 chips, Can you on one bet place 1$ on 5 corners and that will be ok? or do you have to bet $5 on one corner?
    Hope someone knows.
     
  2. UKFanatic

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    I can't think of anywhere near Aria you will find $3 BJ. You might find $5 roulette at Monte Carlo next door during a weekday morning on your trip. Frankly, these are pretty low rolling minimums you're looking for and you're staying at a high end resort. You'll never find those minimums at Aria, ever. Finding those minimums anywhere on the Strip can be difficult, and probably not anywhere close (Excalibur, Ballys, and Casino Royale are probably your best bets and there not really "near" Aria).

    On roulette, if you find a $5 table, yes you can bet dollars on five inside corners. Good luck
     
  3. ajp

    ajp High-Roller

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    To add to what UKFanatic said, I would be amazed if you find $3 anywhere on the strip at all. Also $5 after noon I would be amazed as well, or the table will be full, and I can almost promise you a $5 table on the strip wont be 3:2. If you want low table limits you will most likely need to head downtown.
     
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    UKFanatic pretty much hit it on the head. My last trip to Aria was during the week and the lowest blackjack I ever saw was $10 and that was very early in the morning. Most of the times it was $15 and in the evening most of those tables were bumped up to $25. I can't help you with roulette as I don't play that game.
     
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    rivera 1$ bj and hooters might have 5$bj

    what does casino royal have.

    try the wild west casino on trop by dean martin cheap hookers and gambling

    thats all i can think of

    you picked the most expensive place on the srtip to stay
     
  6. hselland81

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    :)

    I know that its the most/one of the most expensive place on the strip, but i got a wery good deal on Fligth and Hotel.

    Paid aprox $2600 for Flight (Bergen/norway-Las Vegas Roundtrip + 8 night in a King Deluxe room.
    If booked seperatly it would have cost aprox $3700.

    Only the flight Would have been minimum aprox $1950.
    Im happy :)

    Only thing i think i will play at Aria is Slots.
     
  7. hselland81

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    The prices above is the total for me and my brother.
     
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  9. UKFanatic

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    Don't sweat the price. Aria is a great property and I think you will really enjoy it if you have not stayed there previously. And you are there long enough to explore downtown or other parts of the Strip that have cheaper gambling. Still, your best bet is probably mornings at Monte Carlo (which is connected to Aria). No $3 BJ, but you will find other inexpensive gambling there
     
  10. cptcomp

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    the palazzo had $5 single 0 roulette in their statium gaming section.
     
  11. Kickin

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    Can't help with your question but just wanted to say that roundtrip for 2 from Norway with 8 nights at Aria for only $2600 sounds like an awesome deal.

    Just curious did you book the package through a local agent/site or one of the big sites like expedia?
     
  12. hselland81

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    Yes i think its a wery good deal :)

    I booked the package trough ebookers.no (ebookers.com have the same prices (in pounds))
     
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