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    Indiana Casinos

    Didn't a couple of casinos open recently in Indiana? Anyone know about what they offer in terms of blackjack (# of decks, table minimums, 3:2 for blackjack?, etc.)?

    And, if I am not mistaken, sports betting is now legal in Indiana, which may be 'old news.'

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    1. I believe the new Indiana casinos have been approved by the state legislature but have yet to be built.

    2. Yes.

    https://wsbt.com/news/regional/india...sports-betting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Overkill View Post
    Didn't a couple of casinos open recently in Indiana? Anyone know about what they offer in terms of blackjack (# of decks, table minimums, 3:2 for blackjack?, etc.)?
    You may be thinking of the change in the law to allow the "land based" casinos and racinos to now offer table games. If so, yes, the ones in Anderson and Shelbyville now offer blackjack with 12 and 16 tables respectively according to CBJN.

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    There’s a couple existing casinos in IN that have now introduced live table games to their establishment. I haven’t scouted them yet.

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    Shelbyville and Anderson games are very similar but Grand has more tables on main floor and in High limit but rules are about the same. I did notice 1 DD at Shelbyville that had DAS the others did not.

    The main floor at both are all 8 deck 10 to 25 min - 3000 max.

    Some CSM 6:5, Most tables are ASM 3:2 DOA, DAS, H17, NS, typical Caesars rules, pen is dealer dependent, I saw anywhere from 3/4 to 2 decks cut off, A lot of new inexperienced slow dealers.
    All of the main floor tables have at least 3 side bets, the slowest games I have ever seen seemed like it took 45 min a shoe.
    Anderson high limit has 1 DD pitch 50-100 min 5,000 max D9, NDAS, S17, 60-75% pen. 3 50-100 min 10,000 max 6 deck hand shuffle DOA, DAS, S17, pen is dealer dependent 1 to 1 3/4 cut off.
    Keep in mind table games are new at both casinos so I expect to see changes

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