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Discussion in 'Vegas Trip Reports' started by snowball, Mar 16, 2005.

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  1. The gambling gods must be favoring me this year. About five minutes ago my boss calls and tells me that I DON'T have to go to Cripple Creek next week! Guess what I'm going to be doing instead...

    Because my 21 year old son missed my sister's wedding (nothing much was missed, believe me) he wants me to go with him out there to see them! I've decided to bring along the money I won last week (about 3400) plus another 2000! Is 5400 enough to get the high-roller treatment?
    Me and my son are splitting the money (he's an incredible card-counter, he's been playing blackjack since he was 15, but never actually gambled before) and hoping for the best. My wife is a little befuddled as to why I want to spend so much money on gambling, but she knows its money we can afford to lose (since it's money I've already won) Had I been stuck in cripple creek, I would have had to play 5$ max limit blackjack. Colorado has a state law that says they can't allow anybody to play over 5 bucks. Sad...

    Anyway, just had to tell somebody who cares.

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
  2. Jer

    Jer “Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica”

    Jan 20, 2002
    Southern California
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Good job snow!!!

    My advice to you? Keep the 2K at home... Sounds like a blast!!! I just keep telling myself, 15 more years, 15 more years... (my son is 6!)

    Have fun!!!
  3. snowball

    snowball Guest

    Do you think 3,400$ is enough to get the high-roller treatment? That's kinda what we're going for here.
  4. Vegas Addict

    Vegas Addict Guest

    depends on which casino you end up at.

    High Rollers at most of the high-end strip properties usually have a $100K credit line. If you pull out $1000 at the table, they may treat you like a mid-roller. I've been sitting at a blackjack table and all of a sudden, females or males, who you wouldn't suspect, pull out a wad of around $3k worth of c-notes, and that gets you some high rolla attention.

    If you want to be treated like a High Roller, you need to go to the lower end properties.
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