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Ibeatyouraces
Ibeatyouraces
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December 6th, 2011 at 3:42:19 PM permalink
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DUHHIIIIIIIII HEARD THAT!
Tiltpoul
Tiltpoul
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December 6th, 2011 at 6:57:18 PM permalink
Quote: RoyalBJ

It's interesting, one Vegas dealer told me the reason why "21+3 has a hard time to make it to Vegas": "21 is blackjack" and "3" is "poker". Dealers have a hard time to mix these two concepts in one hand. This dealer has 32 years experience. Sounds logical, but is that the case?



I don't believe that. I believe the reason a supervisor told me in Detroit... "It's hold is too low (in other words, the house edge) and if people will play a higher house edge anyways, just offer that."

Basically, a sucker is born every minute, and the sucker bets appeal to those people. I don't play any of them, except 21+3. By the way, the 3-card poker bet is still close to a 3% house edge, which is still high, but Lucky Ladies is 20%, so you can have 1/6 of the play and still make the same amount of money.
"One out of every four people are [morons]"- Kyle, South Park

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