When I played in May, it was 11am...I was one of the vultures hovering at 10:55 in anticipation of the opening.
I was there again this past...
Yeah, but I'm a live craps guy first, and the few times I've played Roll to Win I kept my 6/8 in $6 increments.
I wonder if in the near future...
Main Street Station used to deal 25-cent chips (gray), as did the Fremont (hot pink). I don't "play outside" anymore, but I'd buy a 4/10 for $5...
If you want to see other casinos in the area, grab the Casino Hopper:
Right up until you hit that handpay.
Nah, the box just calls the roll based on how the die would lie should any obstruction be removed. Never see one settle at an angle against the...
The $1.5 mil was getting in the way of his studies?
I never join them, ever.
If their $5 craps table were open every day of the week I wouldn't go anywhere else.
If you're heading Henderson way:
Club Fortune ($3, opens @4pm)
The Pass ($5, opens 3pm)
Yep, November and July.
I've never had a problem with them.
I'm sure someone, somewhere has a horror story.
I've done two (4 nighters), with a third coming up later this month. I'm not a Caesar's guy, I'm the +1 with a friend who brings me along.
Saw a glitch in Biloxi once, as well: mid-roll, the shooter's line bet no longer appeared on the layout, though it was on his screen.
Never rode it, but I looked it up, too.
Advises to download the...
I simply don't buy the equivalence between a recreational behavior leading to slow financial ruin and a physiological disease.
Me too, but prepare to be corrected.
Labeling it an addiction smacks of claiming "See? Not my fault., I'm an addict"
I'm addicted to my wife.
I've played a couple at the end of the main bar (against the wall), the end towards Main St.
That's half the reason I play.
Keep working on 'em, Dan.
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