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OPEN: Tin Lizzie casino, Deadwood, SD

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Casino Hotels' started by melbedewy, May 9, 2020.

  1. melbedewy

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  2. Sonya

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    I'd like to know who the marketing guru is who came up with "Dare to Be Lucky" in the face of a pandemic.
     
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  3. mrstealth

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    Yep, Raja from the Big Jackpot was there on Thursday. He crushed them - had like 21 handpays or something, ton's of bonus's and Brian of Denver had 2 winning group pulls as well.

    - No masks required, just social distancing.
     
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    You could not get me to sit down in a casino in Deadwood, mask or no mask, win reports or no win reports. Odds are bad even not counting possible disease transmission. Last trip through, I walked through one to get to a restaurant.
     
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  5. melbedewy

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    According to ACG, Deadwood penny slots pay 2.5% more than the Strip.
     
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    bardolator Lifelong Low Roller

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    I must admit that I do not ever check the odds on penny slots. Is the hold greater or less than one percent?
     
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  7. imwired

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    are the casinos in Deadwood Indian? what's their policy on serving/comping drinks?
     
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    I don't believe they are Indian casinos -- certainly not branded as such.

    I've always been comped drinks at the craps tables.
     
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  9. imwired

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    thanks