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Table Games Best 3:2 (Non-counting) BJ Rules on Strip

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  1. Hurricane

    Hurricane Eat, drink, be merry and roll points

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    Assuming play at a level sufficient to sit at each casino's 3:2 tables (so, $15-50+ depending on time, day and casino), which casinos on the Strip have the most preferential rules? I don't count so I don't care about number of decks or penetration, just things like S17, DAS, number of splits permitted, etc. I apologize as I'm sure this has been covered before, but I haven't been able to get to the specific answer to this question by looking through old threads. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. UKFanatic

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    Every major Strip casino has those rules (split to four hands) but its hard to find at those minimums. Maybe Aria and Bellagio during the day ($50), but not always
     
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    Treasure Island has the best BJ rules for green chip action.
     
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  4. tringlomane

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    Does ballys high limit still offer S17 for $25 at times?
     
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  5. meyers67

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    Most of the MGM properties have what you are looking for it you don't care if it's 6-decks.

    Stick with Mirage and MGM if you are looking for $25s. Bellagio and Aria might be $50, but I've played at bellagio for $25 occasionally.

    Treasure island is good, as someone mentioned.
     
  6. The Rumor

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    Ti and Ballys high limit are generally commented as the "best" games for their prices. P Ho also has 3/2 party pit in your price range on many occasions
     
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    davehughes123 Low-Roller

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    IMO, Treasure Island's $25 3:2 double deck game in the HL is the best blackjack bargain on the Strip.
     
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    Somebody can correct me if this is out-dated, but didn't TI used to have a 6-deck shoe, 3:2, S17, DAS, LS table @ $15?
    Not that I would expect it to still be at $15, but perhaps they still have that table at $25 now.
     
  9. The Rumor

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    FYI - found 3:2 at Cromwell for $10 on Saturday at ~4 pm ish. It was the handicapped accessible table over towards the Eat Well snack thing that is being constructed.
     
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    I'm glad to hear they still have that table. I think it's been their only 3/2 table since they opened (at least for normal limits. I'm not sure what's in their HL room). I didn't think it would last this long.
     
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    between this, the 100x odds craps on a $5 weekday game, the good VP, and the incredible weekday drink specials (for a higher end Strip resort) - it is clear that driving foot traffic is a major, major priority to whomever is running the floor there
     
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    And for the most part, I don't think it's working that well. :( The busiest part of Cromwell that I always see is the line waiting into Drai's since I'm a night owl. But as long as the full pay quarter VP is there, I'll keep stopping by. I think the the casino looks pretty nice and drink service is usually pretty good.
     
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    I think the day time craps actually does ok although we're talking one table of craps, but the slots are generally barren as the Sahara

    I'm always shocked that the VP machines aren't busier but I guess the customers looking for these games either don't care/want TR points/aren't staying anywhere near the Cromwell
     
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    Just got back and was surprised at the Blackjack at the Cromwell now being 3/2. They had a $10 and several $15 tables at 3/2 on a Monday evening. In the past I had never found 3/2 at Cromwell for under $25. We like going there for craps and Pai Gow - but thought it was a bad place for blackjack until this trip. I hope this works for them so that they keep those tables going. I will still play most of my blackjact at PH or Caesars on $25 tables - but really nice to see Cromwell adding this option. I just played a little at the $10 table. It was S17 but seemed to have normal rules for non-high limit tables.

    Edit - not S17 - meant H17
     
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    Wait...$10 3:2 AND S17?!?!?! That's unheard of!!!
     
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    OK, need some confirmation on the Cromwell rules. You're saying 3:2/S17/DAS/RA/LS? All for $10.00. That would make me go. I usually stay at GN and play their game (I see that I might be priced out, if table min are $15 and up) with those rules, except for the S17.
     
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    I'm 98% sure it was H17 the other day and I'm 100% sure RSA was not allowed
     
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    I'm assuming that's a typo. I'm sure he meant hit 17.
     
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    You are correct - it was a mistake on my part I meant H17. Sorry.

    I don't know about RSA as that did not happen in the short time I played there - but I would assume it would be a no. But it was 3:2 with DAS and you could double on any two cards. Basically the same rules I generally get at CET main floor $25 tables.
     
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