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Biloxi Junket, HGC Live 3/28-4/1

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Trip Reports' started by pass line man, Mar 27, 2021.

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  1. pass line man

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    I do not partake of oysters
     
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    Morning vp session, 6k coin in 200. Profit.... Now to make two deposits, one in safe, one someplace else.

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    I'll add to the list.... As I'm approaching 70k coin in, I somehow suspect I'll get an invite back.
     
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    Oliva series v torpedo, favorite (4.25 puffs). Great smoke you will not be disappointed 16171995810471154519166255200242.jpg
     
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    I'm in awe that you can do so much coin in there in that tiny casino. I'm hesitant to ever book a room there again. I like the property, love the pool, the rooms are ok (not as good as Beau or even close in my opinion but still perfectly adequate and in great shape) but I just dont feel like I can spend enough time and money in that casino to cover more than maybe a single night's comp value. I guess the higher denom multi hand VP makes that a lot easier, but also last I was there, they'd recently set all VP to $25 per TC and out of principle I have to refuse to allow my money to support that. That's how we get quad 0 roulette and 12:11 blackjack lol. They'll surely invite you back though, no doubt! They still invite me back even after my whopping $600 coin-in trip when we got kicked out for shutdown after spending the entire night seeding Beau lol
     
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    VP here is $10 a point, even the full pay machine
     
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    Morning session number two... 2k coin in 200 profit.... Make another deposit in the room.... Problem is I dont think I have another lucky shit in me. Re the coin in, at 17.50 a throw, it goes quick. And size doesn't matter.... Okay it definitely does lol IMG_20210331_091940788.jpg IMG_20210331_091541711.jpg IMG_20210331_092611072.jpg
     
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    That's awesome! Pre-lockdown they had arbitrarily gone to 25 a point for ALL VP games, and a few at full pay or near full pay at 50 I think, when the rest of the caesars empire was still at 10.
     
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    I need to just stick to VP on my next junket. I believe I blew close to 2500 on slots. Couldn’t win anything. My problem is I LIKE slots.

    And now junket season seems to have passed again(I only received junkets to there late fall to March).

    Do they still have a few machines set up in the entry to the buffet area? I thought that was a good way to spread out more machines & have distancing. Too bad they don’t just fill up the entire buffet with machines.
     
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    Yeah they added machines there, and today there were addibg some back as well to the floor
     
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    I just booked a memorial day junket to Laughlin from PHL, I'm stoked for it.
     
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    Laughlin did a much better job of the junket aspect IMHO. Checked bags at departure airport, hotel keys distributed outside of hotel without lining up at registration, bags in room within two hours. On departure morning bags picked up in room, no need to retrieve them for airport check in, picked them up again at arrival carousel. I would highly recommend looking into a rental car. I’m normally not a fan of rental cars on vacation, but we definitely spent more time at Harrahs due to lack of transportation options.
     
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    Glad to hear they are getting closer back to normal days
     
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    Next vp session, went down 1k reloaded, and got some back.... Overall morning summary. 23k coin in..... Dead even win/loss... Off to lunch next. Still sitting about 1500 down overall.... So I'm currently down what I won last week in Vegas. IMG_20210331_121107815.jpg IMG_20210331_121440197.jpg IMG_20210331_121734910.jpg IMG_20210331_121015432.jpg IMG_20210331_115853071.jpg IMG_20210331_120708205.jpg
     
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    The only reason to go to TBT is the Royal Reds, and those are insanely good. Everything else is airport quality average, but the RR's are the jam
     
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    You actually should expect that in Southern Mississippi, you aren't exactly dealing with the pinnacle of society there....
     
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    Lunch is at mary Mahoney's old french house, built in 1753.

    It was flooded during Katrina and markers show where it was flooded to. It is littered with pics of celebrities who have dined here, from Jimmy Carter, to Dick Clark, to Neil Armstrong.... Lots of history. I received hot bread and a small salad with thousand island dressing to start (2.5 rabbits) lunch is definitely the value play here costing about 1/3 of dinner prices. IMG_20210331_133006472.jpg IMG_20210331_133055753.jpg IMG_20210331_131648199.jpg IMG_20210331_132718790.jpg IMG_20210331_133050842.jpg
     
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    Shrimp and grits.... @MCann I'm assuming this is as authentic as it gets ... And for fifteen bucks with a salad, can't beat it.... Buttery grits, flavorful sausage, and tender grits, sans tails. (5 whooooooeee, I guarunnnnnnte) IMG_20210331_134045156.jpg .
     
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    Close to it at least, yeah. That's more like it, only thing I see missing is we real southernese would have a lot of visible cheese and green onions mixes in there and no grit would be white in color an account of copious amounts of cheese and brown sauce. But yah, if that's andouille peeking out of the center, then indeed that looks like the partially deconstructed fancy version of authentic. 5/5 incoherent cajun mumbles!
     
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    My server, Tony, who has been here 35 years, said..."it's slow here, want some bread pudding". Hell to the yeah! Just the best damn bread pudding I've ever had, and don't light a match around the rum sauce... Whew! (4.75 mmmmms) IMG_20210331_135321439.jpg IMG_20210331_135654971.jpg
     
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