On Boulder Highway, The Longhorn (a REAL dive) right by Sam's Town and Cannery-East has many tables of $2 BJ.
Also on Boulder Highway further down, Joker's Wild: $3 everything, and $2 Three-card poker. Gotta love it.
Fiesta Henderson has $3 BJ (a continuous shuffler), $5 commission-free Pai Gow poker ("The Excellent Game") as well as:
$3 craps with 10x odds - with 3:1 on the Field, AND put bets, and 31-for-1, 16-for-1 prop bets - AND automatic buys on the 4 and 10 at $10 and above;
Talk about a great value crap game. One dealer there is particularly friendly and engaging, but will vent about you shot-takers elsewhere....
Well, my recent sojourn in a Florida casino showed that the five dollar 6:5 section was noisy, crowded and rather unpleasant while the 3:2, higher minimum section was calm and quieter. So I don't know if there is all that much advantage to seeking out cheap games.Quote: teddys
The cheaper/dirtier/further away from the strip the casino, the cheaper the game -- that's a good rule of thumb.
I would say most of them [dealers] talk behind your back. They talk about me for not tipping and I do my very best to keep them talking.
Oh great, someone who wants to talk about me behind my back to other customers? Scratch that casino off my list.