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    4Queens Excalibur & Park MGM $5 / $10 tables

    Excalibur - Anyone played here lately, they were fun and they run nearly full 6 decks before reshuffle. Only complaint they ran almost a dozen dealers on table in 90 mins. Seems off. This place I visited a few times, one pb took a interest of $200 buy in, and came several times to take notes. Even with higher buy ins at other same table.

    Park MGM - had a coupon for match play, which hit first deal upon sitting down. The pb, who ran my card initially took stage for the entire session which I cut short since ahead. Bets where $15, except match of $25, 5 hands and cashed out.

    Four Queens - sat at $5 table with side bet for wheel spin on BJ, table was good to us even just small red chips. Hit the wheel a few times that covered all previous and put me more ahead. I’m not a fan of the hotel, but the table was great, dealer included.


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    I thought that the games at Park MGM at the $10-$25 limits were 6/5 not 3/2? Can you confirm?
    Thanks Ordnance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordnance87 View Post
    I thought that the games at Park MGM at the $10-$25 limits were 6/5 not 3/2? Can you confirm?
    Thanks Ordnance

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    They are 6:5.

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    That's what it was on my last trip. When I read that play was cut short because of a PB camped out at the table I assumed that they moved away from 6/5 and back to 3/2. I see they didn't. Thanks for confirming. Looks like PB saved him from playing bad game (unless I'm missing something).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordnance87 View Post
    That's what it was on my last trip. When I read that play was cut short because of a PB camped out at the table I assumed that they moved away from 6/5 and back to 3/2. I see they didn't. Thanks for confirming. Looks like PB saved him from playing bad game (unless I'm missing something).

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    Nothing more ironic than the vision of a brain-dead, imbecile pit boss camping out to protect his 6:5 games. If there is a more painfully ignorant class of human beings on the face of this earth, I'd like to know. (And yes, there are a few rare exceptions.)

    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSchles View Post
    Nothing more ironic than the vision of a brain-dead, imbecile pit boss camping out to protect his 6:5 games. If there is a more painfully ignorant class of human beings on the face of this earth, I'd like to know. (And yes, there are a few rare exceptions.)

    Don
    We've routinely crushed 6:5, CSM games. There are more ways to skin a blackjack game besides card counting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShipTheCookies View Post
    We've routinely crushed 6:5, CSM games. There are more ways to skin a blackjack game besides card counting.
    I will have to keep an eye out for additional opportunities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShipTheCookies View Post
    We've routinely crushed 6:5, CSM games. There are more ways to skin a blackjack game besides card counting.
    6D games or 1D and 2D games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShipTheCookies View Post
    We've routinely crushed 6:5, CSM games. There are more ways to skin a blackjack game besides card counting.
    Any suggestions?

    The PB was part of the reason I left. The dealer might as well not even been there. Few hands and left.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DSchles View Post
    Nothing more ironic than the vision of a brain-dead, imbecile pit boss camping out to protect his 6:5 games. If there is a more painfully ignorant class of human beings on the face of this earth, I'd like to know. (And yes, there are a few rare exceptions.)

    Don
    It is nice to know Don's perspective which makes it more genuine his response to some of mine petty questions . His contribution to this site is highly value as with the other high quality posters . Obviously Don know of other ways to beat bj . i assumed he is answering in the context of COUNTING.

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