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Thread: Casino Recommendations

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    Senior Member Aruba4ever's Avatar
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    The Ritz is my favorite casino by far.

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    We prefer the Hyatt casino. We have found lower minimum tables in early evening. We typically stop in before dinner.


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    In Aruba, the Ritz is my favorite casino for gambling but the Hyatt is way more fun.

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    Hubby likes the Hyatt and it is close. I liked to go to the Crystal casino at least once. I may rethink after previous posts of new ownership.
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    One of our annual activities by the pool is day dreaming about out how we can get the big Caribbean Stud jackpots home without the tax man knowing.
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    If you win put in under the mattress as all banks are required to report deposits over $6600 or so. Or do a ton of smaller deposits, lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by mvosilla View Post
    One of our annual activities by the pool is day dreaming about out how we can get the big Caribbean Stud jackpots home without the tax man knowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvosilla View Post
    One of our annual activities by the pool is day dreaming about out how we can get the big Caribbean Stud jackpots home without the tax man knowing.
    Here is an interesting discovery I made when I was there last month: Excelsior Casino at the Holiday Inn -- where the Caribbean Stud games was invented -- no longer has the game in it's casino.
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