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Table Games Any $10 3:2 Blackjack on the Strip?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by G21G17, Apr 10, 2017.

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  1. G21G17

    G21G17 Tourist

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    I play quite a bit of BJ at our local casino with $5 minimum and up and I know I won't find that on the strip, but is there any $10? I looked for some on the last trip, but it seemed everything was $25 and I was more concerned about finding Top Dollar slots than finding a table with low minimums. I did play some $5 BJ on the Playboy machine at the LINQ which was actually a pretty positive experience. The visit I have coming up in July, I'd like to plan 2-3 hours per day to just to play some BJ. I'll be staying at the Flamingo and would like to play at a CET property to track rewards.
     
  2. Jaygee77

    Jaygee77 Low-Roller

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    There was 3:2 $10 at Bally's as recently as August 2015, which shamefully is the last time I've been to Vegas. Bally's and Paris may be your best CET options. I've also heard Treasure Island offers it.
     
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  3. cubs86

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    I've seen a $10 3:2 game at Paris and Flamingo on weekday mornings (before noon). I would guess Bally's would have that game as well. TI has $10 3:2 all the time, and possibly a $5 3:2 game in the mornings. They even have a 3:2 double deck shoe game for $10 pretty often, including weekend evenings. I was very impressed with TI when I was there a few weeks ago. Great drink service, personable dealers, and a fun crowd. Mixed drinks were incredibly weak, though.
     
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    There was 3:2 @ Bally's last summer, probably up until around noonish. Then it was only like $15 if I remember correctly.
    Everything's subjective. We hate TI...severe BJ beatdown...lotta money real quick, but that was just us...YMMV.
     
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    Ballys in april 2016 :)
     
  6. dmc25

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    Played 3:2 $10 at Paris last week
     
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  7. Jaygee77

    Jaygee77 Low-Roller

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    What time of day? Was it tough to get a seat?
     
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    AbFab Low-Roller

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    Just got back and played 3:2 at TI, Bally's, Paris' and Max casino. My favorite spot was at TI.
     
  9. alpo

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    TI is probably my favorite spot to play blackjack on the strip. During the day, I've played $10 DD lots of times. And their DD has good rules (H17, but allows DAS). The high limit room has a S17 DD game, but the lowest min you'll see for that is $25.

    Curious about Max, though (that's the one in the Westin, right?). I thought all their games were 6:5. I'll have to check that out again.
     
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    topcard Re-Open Vegas!

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    I really like a two-deck shoe! Do you recall if this table allowed DAS?
    If so, I know that I have a new home for those times when I venture back to the Strip!

    Oops! I see that alpo answered my question before I even asked it!
    Thanks!
     
  11. gradytripp

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    I'm curious too--I thought it was supposed to have closed. But looking at the hotel's website, it's still listed, with table games open starting at 4 pm. The couple of times I played there (2015 most recently, I think), the $5 blackjack was 3:2.

    To the OP: playing 2-3 hours a day of $10 blackjack at CET properties will get you almost nothing in comps. I like the playing environment at Bally's and Paris--low-key, generally fun, not pretentious, good drink service--but when I check my comps afterwards it's peanuts.
     
  12. dmc25

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    It was morning and early afternoon, then they would go to $15
     
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  13. G21G17

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    That's what I'm figuring. I'm planning a few hours of BJ each day and 2-3 sessions of $200 on the slots each day. Not a low roller, but definitely not a high roller either.
     
  14. AbFab

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    Yup the one in the Westin. No their BJ was 3:2 and they also had odds at 3x4x5 on craps.
     
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