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I agree, they are. But I still fail to see how game rules have anything to do with "class". By your definition, Station Casinos are the classiest joints in town because they have some of the best rules.
I never gave my definition of class (probably because I don't even have a proper definition of class, it's just a feeling/vibe you get from a place). I only said that Aria/Bellagio are in a higher class to me, and they have good rules. In this case, I am associating higher class with good rules, but that is not necessarily always the case. I get the vibe that they respect the gambler more than other casinos do. And I don't think they'd slap us in the face with 6/5, and certainly not 6/5 on ALL their tables.
This whole topic is kind of irrelevant anyway. Mirage and NYNY are undeniably to two worst offenders of gutting their blackjack selection in the recent months. Yet they still both have at least one or two tables of 3-2 $10 BJ. So how long before ALL "under $25" blackjack on the strip is paid at 6/5? A long long time.
I get the vibe that they respect the gambler more than other casinos do. And I don't think they'd slap us in the face with 6/5, and certainly not 6/5 on ALL their tables.
FYI, casinos (including the Bellagio and Aria) don't care about you, me, or any other gambler. They just want our money.
If the Bellagio and Aria have so much respect for gamblers, then how come they don't offer early surrender? How come they don't offer single zero roulette [for red chip players]? How come their comps royally suck for $10 players?
Damn you, now I have to edit my post. ;)Quote: Ibeatyouraces
Bellagio has single zero roulette. It's just not cheap to play.