The new deal also allows them to deal craps and roulette for the first time!
That would be something!
Do that many people go on the cruise just for craps?
I would say yes. They have 3 tubs, never seen less than 2 open. Tables moderately to fully crowded each cruise. At the same time, they have about 20 BJ tables. Never seen more than 6 with players except one Friday night they might have had 8 with one or more seats taken.
3-4-5x, $5 mins all tables. No Fire or ATS.
Big slot crowd, fair amount of VP.
How bout tiles
No tiles. Min-bacc, UTH, 3CP, LIR, BJ, Roulette, Craps, Ecraps, Eroulette, VP, slots. Think that's all of them.
I hope its not only for high limit while keeping us low rollers on ecraps lol
In California, poker was considered a game of skill and therefore not "gambling". This was later expanded to "card" games (Blackjack, Baccarat, etc.) where the outcome of wagers is determined by cards and not balls, wheels, or dice. It is pretty crazy, especially since the Indian casinos were given permission to offer slot machines.Quote: GWAE
Why has it never been allowed? Same with california, just seems weird that they allow cardsand slots but no dice or balls.