98Clubs
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February 6th, 2012 at 8:48:46 AM permalink
My best educated statement referenced from the North East USA... If you don't see quarters you won't be able to pre-pay commission under $20. $21 for $20 "should" be allowed.
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WongBo
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February 6th, 2012 at 10:27:24 AM permalink
When I play at Mohegan Sun in CT, they allow prepaid commission ($25 minimums).
I am curious about the trend in the AC casinos.
Does anyone know if $25 is a fairly standard minimum in AC, and whether or not prepaying commission is accepted there?
While I am asking, does anyone know of any tables in AC with a minimum below $25?
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Tiltpoul
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February 6th, 2012 at 12:06:11 PM permalink
Quote: WongBo

When I play at Mohegan Sun in CT, they allow prepaid commission ($25 minimums).
I am curious about the trend in the AC casinos.
Does anyone know if $25 is a fairly standard minimum in AC, and whether or not prepaying commission is accepted there?
While I am asking, does anyone know of any tables in AC with a minimum below $25?



Last time I was in AC, in December, Showboat had one table of Pai Gow for $15 in the Asian room. It was upped to $25 for the evening. I saw a Pai Gow table, empty on a Monday morning, at ACH for $10. Otherwise, $25 seems to be the standard in AC. Prepaying commission, I believe, is not allowed, but they do allow banking and have multiple deliveries posted. Caesars does have $20 chips, but the tables were all $25 at the time I played there.
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Malaru
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March 3rd, 2013 at 5:46:37 PM permalink
Nevermind- found the discussion. :)
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jake0508
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March 4th, 2013 at 8:10:20 AM permalink
Borgata also has the $20 yellow chips in the asian area. Everytime I've played there, minimums have been $20 for all the tables. I've asked, none of Borgata, Harrah's, Showboat, Taj, Resorts or Bally's allow prepaid commission. Both Mohegan and Foxwoods allow prepaid commisson for any amount.
jc2286
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March 4th, 2013 at 8:12:04 AM permalink
Quote: jake0508

Borgata also has the $20 yellow chips in the asian area. Everytime I've played there, minimums have been $20 for all the tables. I've asked, none of Borgata, Harrah's, Showboat, Taj, Resorts or Bally's allow prepaid commission. Both Mohegan and Foxwoods allow prepaid commisson for any amount.



Foxwoods does not have prepaid commission, only Mohegan does.
jake0508
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March 4th, 2013 at 8:24:41 AM permalink
Haven't played there in almost a year, but last time I did, Foxwoods allowed prepaid commission. Maybe they changed the rule?
jc2286
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March 4th, 2013 at 8:52:06 AM permalink
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