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Table Games / VP at Cromwell

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by TylerH50, Apr 29, 2014.

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  1. TylerH50

    TylerH50 Low-Roller

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    Just curious, but has anyone played any BJ, 3 Card, Pai Gow at Cromwell yet. If so, I've got a few questions

    How's the vibe at the tables?
    What were the minimums? $10? $25?
    How are the pay tables on VP?
     
  2. paperposter

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    bj tables yes 10. 15,25 all pay 6/5 when i was there .no 3/2 was open

    no vibe its new
     
  3. WrongWayWade

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    I only played Ultimate Texas Hold'em at the Cromwell, but at least one of the four 'good' BJ shoes in the back (3:2) was open most of the time I was there. They have 3CP at $5 minimum. It's very pretty in there, (especially compared to the dump Bill's used to be), and not a high-roller like vibe as far as the minimums go. The staff was very friendly and generally all the dealers and waitresses were young and attractive. Outstanding CW uniform.

    All the other standard carnival games are available, and two $10 craps tables up front ($10 on Saturday night on one, at least).

    VP paytables I have no idea, but there were lots of machines, Extreme-X and STP were there. All their slots looked brand new.
     
  4. RiddickBull

    RiddickBull VIP Whale

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    Does it have a baccarat lounge or baccarat HL room?
     
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    not that i saw just a bj hl room , its real small casino
     
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    Baccarat tables were not open on during the soft opening, but they did have one empty next to the Pai Gow table I tried. The high-limit room was closed when I was there. The vibe wasn't anything special. The Pai Gow bets were $15 min and bonus was $5 min. I guess this is a new trend where $5 is the minimum for bonus instead of $1.
     
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    According to VPFree2, not very good. You should be able to find 8/5 DDB (96.79%) and 6/5 Bonus (96.87%) for smaller denominations. The initial report makes it sound like it's a bit worse than your avg. Vegas CET property. But then again, Bill's had bad VP by CET standards too.
     
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