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Table Games BJ conditions on the strip now

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Farner, Sep 11, 2019.

  1. Farner

    Farner Low-Roller

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    In Vegas this week, I noticed improved BJ conditions compared to prior visits in almost all casinos that I visited.
    Bellagio: lots of $10 (6:5) tables in the area near the Petrosian remodel.
    Aria: entry level tables now again $10 (6:5), were $15 over the summer
    CP: $25 (3:2) multiple tables under the dome (only area at CP that I play at). In the past 3:2 only above $50. Also were many $15 (6:5) on the way to walkway towards Omnia.
    Casino Royale: one table single deck! $10 (3:2).
    Wynn+Encore: multiple tables $15 (6:5) even late at night. (In past Minimum at night $25 (6:5).
    Cromwell: double deck BJ $15 (3:2, DAS)! This was the best deal for me.
    NYNY+Park MGM: $10 (6:5)
    TI: did not find any $10 (3:2), only place with worse BJ conditions since my last checkup when they had $10 (3:2).

    Summary: Heading back to Cromwell now. BJ conditions for double deck there are so good that a low roller can partake. Overall the trend of worsening BJ conditions may be on hold...
     
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  2. Southpaw33

    Southpaw33 Low-Roller

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    Agreed. Cromwell has the best odds on everything
     
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    “Improved BJ conditions” and “6:5” will never be used together in my lexicon! :cry:
     
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  4. palellama

    palellama Tourist

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    Cromwell must have just changed to allowing DAS on DD then because they did not as of September 1, on anything from $15 to high limit. Two dealers confirmed that they did not have any DAS on DD there.

    They did have DAS and LS on shoes then, which varied between $10-$15 at the low end.
     
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  5. jcooper911

    jcooper911 Tourist

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    Best low roller game on the strip...
     
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  6. Guy_

    Guy_ High-Roller

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    yep if you want to play on the strip and want the best odds.
    Cromwell is the place to go. I also find they have the best drink service as well.
     
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  7. topcard

    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    I prefer $5 & $10 double-deck games that are 3:2 and allow DAS.
    No, not on the strip, but Gold Coast is a free 5 minute shuttle ride away.
    ;)
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  8. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Agree 100%. Are we certain they allow DAS? Because that would make this $15 game better than any DD game at any CET property at every level! Which is a bit surprising
     
  9. Headache 21

    Headache 21 Low-Roller

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    Planet Hollywood has a bunch of $15 3:2 tables as well, near the heart bar just off the pit. They're $10 during the morning.

    Excalibur has one $15 3:2 table hidden dead center, surrounded by $10 6:5 tables. I'll let you guess which one is usually empty
     
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    My dirty mind totally misunderstood the title to this thread. :wink2:
     
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    MCann High-Roller

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    I thought this thread was going to be totally different too, then saw the "Table Games" tag.
     
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  12. GabrielBFly

    GabrielBFly Vegas Aficionado

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    the "table game" tag can also apply ;)
     
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  13. The Rumor

    The Rumor VIP Whale

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    CR has a 3:2 single deck game? Are you certain you saw that right?
     
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    MARK Low-Roller

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    You sure it's double after split? Other boyd properties are not.
     
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    topcard Older than the Stardust!

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    Yes. Both Orleans & Gold Coast are DAS-permitted (unless that's changed very recently).... Sam's Town also allows DAS.
    It's only the Boyd downtown properties that don't allow it.
     
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  16. Frankr163

    Frankr163 High-Roller

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    That game has been 6:5 forever.
    If it has changed it is just recently.
     
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  17. palellama

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    It hasn't changed, just played $5 DD at Gold Coast and it was still DAS. Downtown (MSS) was still no DAS.
     
  18. Southpaw33

    Southpaw33 Low-Roller

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    Everything at cromwell is 3 to 2. Just the denomination changes and you can always DAS. Double deck is $25 min. The rest are 10 and 15. They added free bet for 10 or 15 depending on the day of the week.
     
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  19. joshrocker

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    It’s a shame to know that TI changed. My last trip in there, a couple of years ago, they had plenty of $10 3:2 tables available.
     
  20. voltron12

    voltron12 Low-Roller

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    The last 10 times I've been to Cromwell over the past 2 years the double deck is no das. Also yes all bj is 3/2 except the freebet blackjack table is 6/5. If either of those things has changed since june, please let me know.

     
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