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Table Games New electronic craps table at Harrahs

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by EastCoastVegasFan!, Feb 8, 2021.

  1. dyrwolf

    dyrwolf Tourist

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    Is the $10 minimum total you throw out, or do you have to have $10 on pass line?
     
  2. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    The line
     
  3. woodsie

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    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.
     
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  4. Hogman

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    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.
     
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  5. Calder

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    As long as it's a nickel game...
     
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    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.
     
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  7. smerrian

    smerrian View from Bally's

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    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.
     
  8. bubbakitty

    bubbakitty Doing retirement again and happily so....

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    Come downtown. It’s uncle or old man.....:p
     
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  9. 4Eyes

    4Eyes Low-Roller

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    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.
     
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    smerrian View from Bally's

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    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. :wink2:
     
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    4Eyes Low-Roller

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    If a young Hawaiian guy calls me "Uncle" I will call him "nephew."
     
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  12. FABismonte

    FABismonte Tell my wife I am "about even."

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    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?
     
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  13. Brandt

    Brandt Low-Roller

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    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.
     
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  14. SprintGravy

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    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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