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    oldnewbie: Route 66 Casino

    This is a new casino-hotel just west of Albuquerque. We're going to stay there on our way to & from Vegas in a couple of weeks, just wondered if anybody had any experience with it?


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    punter 5

    punter 5: Re: Route 66 Casino

    I was there last summer. Nothing exceptional about BJ game. Went there three days in a row. Only two tables open during the day on each of the three days. You know that there are two other casinos on Route 40 that you will pass on your way to Route 66: Dancing Eagle at Casa Blanca, NM and Sky City at San Fidel, NM. Good Cards.

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    oldnewbie: Re: Route 66 Casino

    Punter: Thanks for the info. I was really wondering about the rooms and stuff, but I guess if you haven't stayed there, you wouldn't know about that.

    I don't think I'm ready to try the card counting yet, so I'll just stick to the slots. I've had surprisingly good luck on them as of late.

    Thanks again.


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