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Harrahs Aug 18-20

Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by ISO Guru, Aug 17, 2018.

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  1. ISO Guru

    ISO Guru Newbie

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    My Trip Report

    Flying Aug 18 @ 6:15 EDT arriving 10:25am. Check-in w/ $20 sammich (hopefully) and then to the pool. After a few hours of 105f temps, a shower and the a sports book for Bucs football, Rays/Sox b-ball and NASCAR. After that, to the tables for carny games. Miss Stud, Let It Ride, Pai Gow. Staying @ Harrahs. Any clues to table stakes on these games? NO slots for me but will play JOB video poker. Have not been to OUR city in a year and ready for game on. Tips/tricks? Holler back
     
  2. bonnie08734

    bonnie08734 Tourist

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    You will find $5,00 tables for Mississippi Stud, Let it Ride, UTH, Bonus Texas Hold Em, High Card Flush. There is usually one $10 Pai Gow table and several $15 tables. Sometimes they do raise the $10 table to $15.
     
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  3. tringlomane

    tringlomane STP Addicted Beer Snob

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    One big tip. Play Bonus Poker instead of JoB as long as 2 pair pays 10.

    Good luck!
     
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  4. casinokid68

    casinokid68 Caesars Diamond Member

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    I agree on this. Finding a $10.00 Pai Gow table on the Strip is tough though, especially in the summer months. I am talking about Caesars properties only. Flamingo had one in February when I was there. I came back in July, and everything was $15.00 dollars for Pai Gow. All the other table games, $5.00 tables were everywhere.
     
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