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Mosca
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February 26th, 2020 at 9:21:43 AM permalink
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Caribbean Stud
Palazzo ... min=$10
Venetian ... min=$10
Relive the early days of carnival games with this hard to find classic.



Akwesasne Mohawk Casino in Hogansburg NY still has it, and it is still popular. And I have no idea why.



It's popular because almost everyone knows how to play poker, but most people don't want to play it for "real" in a casino. Caribbean Stud scratches that itch.



I can understand why a player would want to try it, but I donít understand why a player would continue to play it. It isnít any fun to turn over a full house and have the dealer not qualify. Do that once and you wonít play again.
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RoyalBJ
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February 26th, 2020 at 10:16:23 AM permalink
no mentioning of side bets??? Too bad. Big money for casinos.
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February 26th, 2020 at 11:40:40 AM permalink
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Caribbean Stud
Palazzo ... min=$10
Venetian ... min=$10
Relive the early days of carnival games with this hard to find classic.



Akwesasne Mohawk Casino in Hogansburg NY still has it, and it is still popular. And I have no idea why.



It's popular because almost everyone knows how to play poker, but most people don't want to play it for "real" in a casino. Caribbean Stud scratches that itch.



I can understand why a player would want to try it, but I donít understand why a player would continue to play it. It isnít any fun to turn over a full house and have the dealer not qualify. Do that once and you wonít play again.



Exactly why I stopped playing it almost 20 years ago. For me, a fatal flaw.

PaiGow-Plus at The D should be noted as a rare game. I think it's the only PaiGow Mania-type game left in the US. Not sure with the name change, though, that the rules are the same. The outstanding part of it is that it opens dealing 3, and a 3CP sidebet played, then you get your other 4 cards.

Its flaw as PaiGow Mania was the paytable for the Fortune-like sidebet, where the top hand is/was 5 Aces. As rare as it is, the hand still was happening too often for the casinos' liking, and it got pulled nearly everywhere.

Next time someone is in TheD, I'd appreciate a look at this table to see if the 3Card is still on it, and what the - Plus is. TIA.
If the House lost every hand, they wouldn't deal the game.
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February 26th, 2020 at 5:29:44 PM permalink
Edit: Whoops. Never mind.
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April 13th, 2020 at 9:53:29 AM permalink
yes, this is a good casino, i have been playing there for a long time, now i play in another [Attempted spam link redacted]
I like it more recently
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August 30th, 2022 at 3:27:24 AM permalink
These are some great suggestions
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September 15th, 2022 at 11:28:05 AM permalink
Funny that most of the games on the list are almost completely gone. I think DJ Wild was still at Harrahs/Flamingo, but most of the others are gone. One of the things I used to like about my yearly trip to Vegas was trying out new and/or harder to find games, but it seems like you get the same BJ/Craps/Roulette/ Pai Gow/Miss. Stud/3CP at every casino now.

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