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    Quote Originally Posted by paymypush View Post
    Foxwoods just installed Stadium Blackjack. They went with the Interblock brand. Various Interblock games have been there for a while. There's even a Big Six wheel that seem to be popular.

    Any idea how that version works ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buzzard View Post
    Any idea how that version works ?
    I didn't forget you, Buzz. I've been traveling and didn't get a chance to check it out until yesterday.

    The rules are H17, 3:2, no surrender and pairs can only be split once. CSM of course. Table minimum is $3 with a $200 max. In this version the dealer gets a hole card in the usual way rather than after play is completed. I guess it's better than the $1 game with the 25 cent anti that Foxwoods offers. The dealers wear miked headsets and interact with the players.

    By the way, earn 10 comp points playing blackjack and get one entry to win an Aston Martin.

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    I just visited that "new" area in Foxwoods today! It is very well done. It is much more exciting/fun looking than the area at Mohegan. Foxwoods also installed a new mini-pit just behind the stadium seats. There are three traditional BJ tables and two roulette wheels. It is a great location since it is more open than the dark old Great Cedar casino next to it. So, once you realize that stadium blackjack is just a joke, you can take a short walk to play the real game! I think the mins there were $15.

    By the way, earn one comp point and get a coupon for a free buffet! That's much more practical than an Aston Martion IMHO. 8^)

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    Quote Originally Posted by paymypush View Post
    I didn't forget you, Buzz. I've been traveling and didn't get a chance to check it out until yesterday.

    The rules are H17, 3:2, no surrender and pairs can only be split once. CSM of course. Table minimum is $3 with a $200 max. In this version the dealer gets a hole card in the usual way rather than after play is completed. I guess it's better than the $1 game with the 25 cent anti that Foxwoods offers. The dealers wear miked headsets and interact with the players.

    By the way, earn 10 comp points playing blackjack and get one entry to win an Aston Martin.

    Thanks for the info. Wonder who the genius was that decided pairs can only only be split once? I mean with a $3 bet that increases the expected win by 15/100 of a penny. And leaves a terrible taste is the mouth of the player. Split 8's and get another 8 = Happy 16. Well, no worry about $3 players splitting 10's and turning 1 winner into 4 losers. Pure genius ! And wonder how many board meeting it took to decide the max bet should be $300.
    I mean with a house edge of just 0.70 percent and a CSM, Much better to have that HIGH ROLLER playing a lower HE and able to count at a real BJ table.

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    I have actually had several low limit players tell me that the Maximum bet is to stop Martingale system players from winning. HAHA Actually is because you want your best dealers handling high bets. But this is a CSM and electronic payouts. Can't see how a dealer and player can collude. Can you ???

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