Joeman
Joeman
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April 12th, 2016 at 8:23:24 AM permalink
I'm planning on heading to the Seminole Hard Rock in Tampa in a couple of weeks. I saw on their website that they list Pai Gow Tiles as one of their table games. Has anyone else played/seen the Tiles tables there? Any idea on limits/how crowded the table might be on a Saturday afternoon?

I have played the Wizard's game occasionally, but only once in an actual casino, in Reno. It was a bit intimidating at first, but I pretty much had the table to myself, and the dealer was very helpful. I might like to play again if the minimums aren't too bad.
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PapaChubby
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April 12th, 2016 at 8:52:38 AM permalink
Yes, I play tiles there frequently. They have a nice Asian gaming room with a noodle bar and a dedicated cashier. Two tile tables, usually both are open. Usually $20 minimum, sometimes $40 on the weekends. Might even go higher on weekend evenings.

The tables are not too crowded, but it is unlikely that you'll get a table to yourself for long on a Saturday afternoon. I would say that there are typically 3-5 players between the two tables, and they tend to migrate between the tables looking for a lucky spot.
Joeman
Joeman
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April 12th, 2016 at 12:38:05 PM permalink
Thanks for the report, PC. I'll take a peek, but probably won't sit if it is $40 a hand.
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