Good news / Bad news. Just got back from a trip last week. On Thursday morning walking through Aria they had an open 3-2 Blackjack table at $25 minimum. Wasn't there on Friday either in the morning or evening - so I am sure it is a rarity - but it was the first time I had seen playable blackjack at Aria under $50 in the last several trips. I used to play at Aria a lot - but have not for several years because I don't like going over $25 minimum tables - at least not during the day which is when I would typically play there. I would call that very mild good news - now for the bad news (which is much more significant to me). On Friday night the tables where I play most of my blackjack at Planet Hollywood - a circle of six tables just outside the high limit room - were all set at $50 minimums. In the past they have sometimes had one of the six tables at $50 or higher - but most of them were always $25. On Saturday night I think four of the six were at $25 but was really disappointed to see that Friday night as I don't want to give up my $25 minimum table play there. Even worse news (sort of) they also had the row of tables that extends over toward the mall entrance (on the south side of the Heart bar) open. I just walked by because those tables are usually all 6-5 crapjack - but noticed that one of them was a $25 minimum 6-5 table. HATED to see PH have a $25 6-5 table. They have obviously had 6-5 in the Pleasure Pit area and at some other low limit tables for some time - but really did not like seeing a $25 table with horrible rules there. I have a feeling that I may be shifting even more of my blackjack play to Cromwell in the future. But FWIW I will say that the group of six tables I am talking about was absolutely DEAD on that Friday night - even though it was generally a busy night in town (Valentines Day and a holiday weekend with President's Day on Monday). I am sure they took in less money that night from those tables than they did the next night when 4 of th 6 were at $25 and the area was mostly full. Hopefully some of the bean counters pay attention to that and learn a lesson from it. My next trip is March Madness and I was already assuming those tables would be set at $50 then - just because it is March Madness. So that won't be a good test - but hopefully we will still see playable $25 blackjack at PH on normal weekends and evenings.