JIMMYFOCKER
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March 10th, 2011 at 12:29:42 PM permalink
Quote: SFB

Now, THAT was funny!

SFB



If at the Bellagio, walk over to Bills Saloon, nice tables.
guido111
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March 10th, 2011 at 12:34:07 PM permalink
Quote: JIMMYFOCKER

If at the Bellagio, walk over to Bills Saloon, nice tables.


Got to second that.
Bills has good low limits and good dealers in my times there.

For a real slow paced craps game, try Bills Rapid Craps.
wonderwarthog
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March 22nd, 2011 at 11:17:39 PM permalink
Might as well go to Bills or down the street to Casino Royale. Trouble with Bellagio is that the only rate one bet on a roll, so you might have $200 on the table and get rated for $30. I let my wife rack up the comps at Bellagio and play elsewhere.
ahiromu
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March 22nd, 2011 at 11:38:58 PM permalink
Approximately one year ago I spent two day-trips in Vegas from mon-tue and wed-thur. I was up at the Bellagio to do some sports betting for a majority of the days (best book in town imo - free beverages). It was pretty uniformly $10 during non-peak times with the occasional $25 limit. Others have given random suggestions and mine would be casino royale - or bill's if you don't want to deal with the royale.
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zippyboy
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March 23rd, 2011 at 12:26:28 AM permalink
Quote: LawDawg

Don't care where I play, although we'll be staying at the Bellagio, so around there is better than away from there.

I'll play $10 limit & play full odds, but that will be a little too rich for some in my group.

Any other recommendations?



For the budget-conscious craps player, El Cortez has $3 and the Western has $1. Be sure to bring your mace and Purell.
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gambler
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March 23rd, 2011 at 12:42:23 AM permalink
Quote: wonderwarthog

Trouble with Bellagio is that the only rate one bet on a roll, so you might have $200 on the table and get rated for $30.



What do you mean by this? Do you mean if you place a bet and keep pressing, they will only rate you for your original bet? Just curious.
boymimbo
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March 23rd, 2011 at 5:31:27 AM permalink
Paris across the street should have $5 tables in the mornings. They will up to $10 by noon. I don't like playing Craps at Bellagio... dice move too fast and I always felt rushed.
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jpprovance
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March 23rd, 2011 at 2:44:26 PM permalink
last trip 2am sat comso had $5 only about a month ago
wonderwarthog
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March 27th, 2011 at 7:51:28 PM permalink
No, say you place $30 on the 6 and the 8. You'll only be rated for $30, not for $60. If, on the next come out, you press them both to $60 for a total of $120, you'll only be rated for $60. If someone has found out something different, let us know.

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