That is correct. Craps is currently illegal under Florida law so the Indian casinos could not offer it and the Day Boats offer it only aboard a foreign flagged vessel in International Waters three miles off Palm Beach harbor or twelve miles off Fort Myers Beach. If the Palm Beach boat is still sailing (and if one can use the word sailing in reference to a boat that is towed due to inoperable engines) craps is offered on every cruise. On the Fort Myers Beach boat which recently adopted a schedule of Morning cruises only on Tuesdays through Sunday with Evening cruises on Friday through Sunday, it is unclear from their website how often craps is offered but a phone call revealed it was only Friday through Sunday. There is atleast one table with a Blackjack minimum of 5.00 with a maximum bet of 200.00 on morning cruises. Other blackjack tables go up to a 50.00 minimum with a 2,000.00 maximum. BJ is dealt FAST. Craps moves fairly fast too, I'm told but often only has a few players.Quote: dlevinelaw
To my knowledge, all of the boats offer craps and none of the land-based casinos do.
Partly it has to do with the extent to which activity on a Tribal Reservation can conflict with the laws of the state. It is related to history, ignorance and whims, but it is not in any way considered to be logical or sensible.Quote: dlevinelaw
Do you understand the rationale behind allowing card games at the Seminole casinos and not dice/wheel/tile games? I can't figure it out.
Tourist in Florida are required to spend money with Disney. Money lost at casinos is money not spent at Disney.
Follow the mouse droppings.
I have never liked anything Disney. Not enough violence in their cartoons!
Fairly sure I've never heard Mickey say many good things about you either.