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Thread: LaCabana Casino Open

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    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...0036531&type=1

    you may have to LIKE this facebook page in order to see the photos.

    The LaCabana Casino had their GRAND OPENING!

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    Don't belong to Facebook, couldn't like it, but saw the pictures. Thank you very much!
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    http://aruba-daily.com/newspaper/?p=30325
    click above link for article on the new casino in Aruba Daily newspaper

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    Thanks again. I would love to get a better picture of the name on the outside wall, but this is a great start!!
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    Just got back from two weeks at Paradise Beach Villas next door to La Cabana. We walked over to Glitz a number of times. It's a nice casino. Clean and not a lot of smoke in the room. The vast majority of slots (my wife tells me) are penny slots with just a few nickel, quarter and dollar slots thrown in.

    I spent my nights at the $5 blackjack table and did better than usual.

    All in all, since the Glitz is so close by and a pleasant place to gamble, I'm sold!
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    Did they have $2.50 chips on the blackjack tables?
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    No, $1s, $5s and up.
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    Thanks. How did they pay blackjacks of $5, $15, $25, etc.? For a 3-2 payoff $5 blackjack pays $7.50. Did they use quarters, 25 cent chips, 50 cent chips? Or do they pay 6-5?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip Collector View Post
    Thanks. How did they pay blackjacks of $5, $15, $25, etc.? For a 3-2 payoff $5 blackjack pays $7.50. Did they use quarters, 25 cent chips, 50 cent chips? Or do they pay 6-5?
    I saw no chips smaller than $1.

    You get $7. in chips plus $1 chip that's part of your next bet. You win the next hand, you keep the extra $1 chip. You lose, it's gone.


    Also, my personal experience is that you cannot win at the roulette tables.
    Last edited by AndyM; 02-12-2013 at 09:47 AM.
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