Discussion in 'Table Games' started by DonnyC, Jul 22, 2015.
I believe that Cesar has it fr $25...anywhere else? And what are the minimums?
+1 also intersted in knowing.
The Hard Rock has it but I think only on weekends .
Last time I was there a few months ago I saw $15 BJ at Caesars. I believe it was only $25 minimum on weekends though but I could be wrong. 6:5 at the $15 min.
The Trop has had it for a long time, I last played swim up blackjack there in the late 90's. It fun and something different.
I think the Luxor has it but that could be nonsense.
I played Caesars a couple weeks ago on Monday & Tuesday afternoons . The minimum for both days was $10. Lots of fun and I actually went +$100 on both sessions!
Only major casinos that have swim up blackjack are Caesars, Tropicana, and Hard Rock. Others have poolside gaming, but that's not the same thing.
This is second hand information so please correct me, but my understanding is Tropicana and Caesars have very house friendly rules for their swim up games. Caesars limits what you can double on. (Keep me honest here, Sam and others)
$10 mins...might be worth a try
Tropicana responded to my question about swim up BJ and they offer it Thur-Sun; noon-6:00pm at $5 min, $100 max
Unfortunetly I'll be in Vegas from Sunday 2:00pm - Thursday 7:00am...might have to make it my first stop of the trip.
Will you post some pics if you decide to play it?
Someone recently took a pic of the table in a TR and you're right. 6 to 5 and double on 10 and 11 only. Maybe some other restrictions, but 6 to 5 is always the biggest rule.
They dont have swim up blackjack but do have tables around the pool area. Very fun!
I played it once a few years ago. They asked me to take off my sweater. My shirt was already off!
Hahaha, I got a good laugh out of this.
On this same subject, does anyone have first hand experience playing at Caesars swim up table without staying at a CET property? If so, can you still get in if you're there to gamble? Is there a cover?
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