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    Radisson definately has quarter slots and I'm pretty sure all of the high rise casinos have quarter slots.... it's been some time since I've been in a couple of them!

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    I'm not sure I understand the logic of a penny slot machine which has a 40 cent minimum play.

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    So which high rise hotels have casinos?

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    casinos at hi rise area:
    holiday inn
    marriott
    occidental
    riu
    westin
    hyatt
    radisson

    if you are staying in the hi rise, you are always a stone's throw from a casino.

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    Kinda like 'smoke and mirrors'..... A player might like the idea of only playing a penny while they are actually close to fifty cents per play! Just another way the casinos can get into your pocket!

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    Black jack at renn and crystal is different. The dealer does not take a second card until all players have completed their hands first. Wastes a lot of time. If dealer has a face card and then waits till the end and pulls a ace for black jack then all the cards and time to fill the players hands are wasted. You have to watch carefully if you have a double out so you don't let them take the second bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milford44 View Post
    Black jack at renn and crystal is different. The dealer does not take a second card until all players have completed their hands first. Wastes a lot of time. If dealer has a face card and then waits till the end and pulls a ace for black jack then all the cards and time to fill the players hands are wasted. You have to watch carefully if you have a double out so you don't let them take the second bet.

    This is just WRONG! The player's decision making process is heavily based on what the dealer has showing. I wouldn't sit at a table with that rule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyM View Post
    This is just WRONG! The player's decision making process is heavily based on what the dealer has showing. I wouldn't sit at a table with that rule.
    As I understand it..... the dealer's first card is showing..... I'd hate to play a double or a split facing a dealer's 10 and then the dealer get's an ace for a blackjack and then lose the additional bets I made. The blackjack would be one chance in 13! Agree with you...... won't find me at that table!

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    Limits at the Ritz Carlton's roulette tables were $5.

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    The Crystal Casino has "full pay" video poker machines. The new Glitz casino also does, but I believe it is only "full pay" at the $5.00 level.

    You're right, though. Otherwise, the pay tables at the other casinos are not very good.

    Quote Originally Posted by cpjones View Post
    You just plain won't find decent video poker payouts. I found 2 9/6 dollar machines out of a bunch at the Radisson a couple of years ago... most seem to be 8/5 machines and lesser for 25 cent machines... but I do love to play!

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