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    Best blackjack in Vegas?

    I researched Treasure Island and SLS with best shoe games. Any others?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander View Post
    I researched Treasure Island and SLS with best shoe games. Any others?
    How did you research this? Did you use CBJN. I should mention over on BJ21(subscription section) "Finer Tuner" posts about the top 50 blackjack games in Vegas each month based on SCORE.

    Disclaimer: Since I didn't renew my BJ21 green chip membership I'm just assuming this is still the case. Somebody else can confirm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Commander View Post
    I researched Treasure Island and SLS with best shoe games. Any others?


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    Why would anyone give you an answer on a public forum ?

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    All over town. About a half dozen Station casinos, downtown, others.

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    Depends how you define best. If you mean how quickly they'll throw you out, those two are towards the top of the list.

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    There’s games that look good on paper and games that are good in the real world.

    Example: Fiesta Rancho is a good example of a game that looks great on paper, but sucks in real life. The game is your typical Stations DD; H17, DAS, .5 cut, low table min IIRC. But the issue is that casino will throw you faster than you can say the word blackjack, even at the red chip level.

    I have another casino in mind though (not in Vegas btw) that is 6D, H17, DAS, 1.0 cut or less. No RSA, and no LS. The Fiesta Rancho game is superior to this game by far (on paper), but in reality, this game is better by far because they’ll let you play till the cows come home! I’ve played several marathons here and even had my largest career winning session here with no BO. You’ll be lucky to get even 20 min at place like Fiesta.

    SLS and TI are two of the sweatiest casinos on the strip. The games might look good on paper, but they suck in real life. And don’t expect anyone to tell you which casinos are tolerant on a public forum, because most APs are unwilling to share that information so easily.

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    Thanks Ryemo I’ll be there for 4 days so just trying to get a decent list together


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    If there’s a way to side chat please let me know


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    People are too concerned with rules. CBJN is a good place to start but dosent give the whole picture, you need to scout more and network with fellow pros to find the “best games.” Most strip properties are playable if you stick to shoes and move on to the next prop after showing your max bets - its a tough way to play. I would probably start your search off strip for playable games. I still am of the opinion that vegas is one of the worst places to count.

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