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30/10/ · Best $10 blackjack tables on the Strip are at Treasure Island (TI). Blackjack pays (most $10 tables elsewhere pay ) and you can re-split aces, double down after splitting, take late surrender, etc. House edge is percent if played perfectly. 09/04/ · Answer 1 of 8: Where on the strip would you find 10 dollar black jack tables? It seems there are very few around. Maybe there are more during the day than at night. Am I right in saying that? Any advice would be appreciated. I plan on perfecting my game at some low stakes Blackjack tables and I am wondering where I can find $5/$10 hand games on the strip? I don't want to go to the ends of the earth to find 1 table that does this but if someone can fire off a few locations i'll bookmark this page and check them out when/if i'm nearby.
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VegasTripping does not endorse, agree with, or is responsible for the accuracy of information or opinions and viewpoints expressed by its members. He'll deal faster if you want but if you ask him to relax the speed he'll also deal at a nice even pace, and will be completely honest with basic strategy hints and letting you know if you slip up from your normal play due to distractions like eyeing the cocktail waitresses! I ended up going there 4 nights in a row when my friends visited and fell in love with the place. Good luck! El Cortez has an amazing game and the 4 Queens is not awful either. I guess the "sexy" comes from having female dealers in shorts and white tank tops. As a something gambler, I am seeing more and more signs that Cosmo is making a concerted effort to hook and build younger players by improving accessibility and being fairly generous with comps.
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I'm staying the Encore in saptember. I'm sure they don't have any tables that low, i would appreciate the feedback. Report this topic as inappropriate. To answer your question up the strip a little north, The Riv should have some, Across the Street, TI has a few, Down South a little Casino Royale has some and Osheas will have some- Keep in mind all depends on what day and what time and how crowded they are.
They can change anytime. Some people have an aversion to downtown I don't. Just call for a cab to the door if you are leaving with your winnings after midnight.
People often forget about it, but it's one of the last independent dives on the strip, and thus has to have better rules to attract people. Just be sure to go to the shoe game, I think they have a single deck game that's Don't forget about Sahara. As mentioned in a earlier post, don't be afraid to go downtown to Fremont Street. El Cortez has an amazing game and the 4 Queens is not awful either.
When it comes to downtown, there is also the newly-remodeled Gold Spike. I know the place has a bad reputation, but I really have to give credit to the new owners who decided to work on the place. I guess the "sexy" comes from having female dealers in shorts and white tank tops. It pays , split to 4 hands, and double after splitting.
Report this topic as inappropriate. Played there Sunday, so this information is fresh. The casino and property were packed that night - a combination of convention, spring breakers, and a surprise appearance from DMX whose crew I tossed dice with - they had an impressive repertoire of coordinated craps-related team chants and dances, it was awesome, we won a ton of money. My best guess - these surprisingly low limits were motivated by the expected influx of spring breakers.
As a something gambler, I am seeing more and more signs that Cosmo is making a concerted effort to hook and build younger players by improving accessibility and being fairly generous with comps.
Good luck! My best tip, if you are looking for a relaxed pace game rather than the speed-of-light no-chit-chat dealers elsewhere on property or on the Strip, look for a bigger male with glasses, 6-foot tall and slightly stocky, named Donald.
He's the best, so friendly and down to earth when you chat. He'll deal faster if you want but if you ask him to relax the speed he'll also deal at a nice even pace, and will be completely honest with basic strategy hints and letting you know if you slip up from your normal play due to distractions like eyeing the cocktail waitresses!
Usually manning a shoe game every time I've seen him there. Also full of great gossipy tidbits about the health of the city and the fast money young crowd that frequents the hotel for Marquee. Also, be sure to play with an Identity players club card, further to another poster's comment I can attest to how they definitely are getting looser with comps.
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