I'm assuming midi baccarat has similar betting limits to big table baccarat, since it is in the high limit rooms.
Are there any casinos that would agree to raise the mini/midi bac betting limits to $50-$5,000? If so, how common would this be (that casinos would allow/agree to this)?
Are there any casinos that would agree to raise the mini/midi bac betting limits to $100-$10,000? If so, how common would this be (that casinos would allow/agree to this)?
How common is it for casinos to offer midi baccarat vs. mini baccarat? Which is more popular and by how much?
Here are very similar questions to paragraph 3 and 4: if the casino only offers mini baccarat, would they agree to raise the betting limits for me? Would they agree to $50-$5,000? If so, how likely or how common is it for the casino to agree to this? Would they agree to $100-$10,000? If so, how likely or how common is it for the casino to agree to this?
If casinos already have high limit midi baccarat, how common is it for those limits to be something like $50-$5,000 or $100-$10,000? I'm assuming they probably usually have a narrower range.
Do I smell a martingale?
"Most Las Vegas Strip casinos spread baccarat. The exceptions are The Linq and Stratosphere. El Cortez and Golden Nugget are the only casinos in downtown Las Vegas that offer baccarat. Locals casinos that spread it include Gold Coast, Green Valley Ranch, M Resort, The Orleans, Rampart and Red Rock."
Bellagio has so many more tables for higher minimums but all with a $20K maximum according to the chart (which is presumably pre-COVID).
The Cosmo has a $30K maximum.
Aria has 2 tables with a $50 minimum, 19 tables with a $100 minimum, and 10 tables with a $500 minimum, but all with a $20K maximum.
Caesar's Palace has 2 tables at $25-$5,000; 2 tables at $100-$25K; and 50 tables at $200 to $25K.
I'd probably be looking for a $100-$25K table myself if I was gonna buy-in for $4,000 and try to turn it into $40K-$100K+. I could also buy-in for $40K and try to turn it into $400K+.
There's only 2 tables at the Venetian, with $25-$25K limits.
You might find something like that at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi. They fly in Chinese whales from time to time, but they also offer some low-limit games compared to LV. I'm not sure-I never have played bacc there. But you can always call the pit and ask.
Staying there tonight, what do you need?
Properties change from brand to brand so call which one you want to go to. I just left one of our midwest properties and the mini and the midi tables in the pit were $25 to $10,000 a couple were $50 to $10,000 and there was one at $100 to $10,000 because one of the players requested it otherwise it would have been $50 to 10,000. There is no high limit for baccarat at this particular property it's all played out on the main floor in a separate pit.
Hope that helps.
- Threads: 99
- Posts: 14232
Beau $50-$15000 and $100-$15000. Weekends another table opens at $300-$15,000
That's exactly what I thought, and apparently exactly what the OP is looking for. Thanks very much for confirming it!