Vegas is not the place to play craps anymore. 3x4x5x odds is the norm in the nicer places, and the 10x/20x places are all down-at-heel. Dealers are bitter for the most part. I'd play in the Midwest or down South. (Or even better, Colorado).
You can say that again. And ironically, these are the same characters who b*tch the most about tips.
However, the best craps dealer and casino employee that I have ever seen is Christoper (maybe late 20's, thin guy with glasses) at the Atlantic Club in AC. I have no clue why he isn't at the Borgata.
Atlantic City doesn't offer that kind of diversity, it always seems like it's 95% NJ, PA, and NY residents.
True, however, on the positive side, if a table gets hot there is no experience like the roar you will hear in AC. I'll never forget a roll at Caesars where they had to call for two fills, two. $10.usd bettors were winning thousands and thousands. Everything is tempered in Las Vegas as people are on vacation as you say.
As far as the comment on black chips, etc... he should probably go to Wynn or Bellagio if he like to see and play with high action.
3x4x5x odds is the norm in the nicer places, and the 10x/20x places are all down-at-heel.
There are also plenty of places at 2x, and that's something you just don't see in other jurisdictions. It's obviously true that people can just choose not to play at those sub-par Vegas houses, but it's also true that this isn't a choice that a person has to make in AC.
AC is (universally?) 5x except for Bally's which is 10x
I played at Harrah's and Resorts AC on Sunday. I am too cheap to play full odds at most places, so maybe I wasn't paying full attention. Resorts definitely offered 5x, but I thought Harrah's had 10x.
I played no more than 2.5x at a $10 table.
it was me who was banned from Ahigh website...I brought my explanation to an ongoing dispute , which resulted in a carnage by the wild man . Stalin and Pol Pot got the replacement .
He's like a Yale man: you can always tell him, but you can't tell him much.