Discussion in 'Table Games' started by EastCoastVegasFan!, Feb 8, 2021.
Is the $10 minimum total you throw out, or do you have to have $10 on pass line?
Definitely not for me. Everyone is different but I go to Vegas to get away from screen time, not to have more of it.
I like going to a casino and having a purely analog experience with real chips, real dice, real felt, real dealers, and real players.
I agree with you about a regular craps tables, but I have played at the electronic table n Tunica 6 times, started with $200 each time, and won between $50 and $800 each session so it’s growing on me.
As long as it's a nickel game...
I got a lovely initiation into the geezer group at a table just like this a couple weeks ago at Harrah's Cherokee Valley River (Murphy, NC). Was shooting when the drunk late 20s guy next to me shouted the encouraging words "come on Pops" as I released the dice. LOL Yes, they stayed on the table and I chose to ignore the comment as opposed to getting my ass kicked. As 62 quickly approaches, I could really do without these editorial comments. I'm certain the august contributors to this forum will show much better decorum.
Too funny. I'm also approaching 62. Haven't heard the "come on Pops" yet but I used to weigh over 300 lbs and I would hear the "come on big guy" all the time. I wear size 38" jeans now and thankfully never hear that anymore. Pops is, I guess, irreversible.
Come downtown. It’s uncle or old man.....
During my frequent Las Vegas trips I occasionally go to the Cal if I have a craving for Loco Moco or Oxtail Soup. While there, at the dice table, I am often called "Uncle." It is a Hawaiian/Japanese/elderly term of endearment.
How about calling the 20-something 'puppy' afterwards. It's a term of endearment I use for those younguns but perhaps in a different setting.
If a young Hawaiian guy calls me "Uncle" I will call him "nephew."
I presume you stick your players card into the kiosk slot. Anyone have any idea of the tier accumulation rate is on this "Roll to Win" game?
Not sure what is typical on table games. But i played this game at Harrahs Nola. It was $10 min bet, and I probably averaged $100 of bets at a time, if that even a stat that calculates things. TIer credits accrued at a glacier pace. I believe I had 10 after an hour. Only nice thing was at this casino, you order drinks at slots via touch screen. Also at this game, so I had my jack and diets flowing constantly.
I think it's intriguing. I would actually like electronic betting fields so I can play some crazy bets and not feel judged when I throw it all awkwardly.
The plastic instead of the felt seems like it would land totally different than what you're used to. I don't try to control but I bet those wouldn't even attempt this. Also feel like the plastic will get massively scratched over time
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