Min/Max betting for Weekends in July
Hi Everyone! I gamble every now and then at local casinos, but have never gambled in Vegas. I'm going for the first time this July and was wondering what are the min/max bets that I should expect to see at Caesars palace for games like roulette, blackjack, etc.
I've been told to check out "old vegas" which I'll probably do the first day, and then spend most of my time on the strip.
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antcomp responded on Tuesday, 17th June 2014
Typically on the Strip you won't see anything lower than $10 dollars except for very slow times, and a couple of exceptions at low end properties. Caesars will probably be $10 during the day for BJ, Craps, and Roulette. By the Afternoon it will go up and could be at $25 by the evening. Roulette will have $1 chips, regardless of the minimum bet. However, after my trip two weeks ago where CP had $5 craps and $10 BJ at night on a Saturday anything is possible. As far as Maximums go, they'll all be in the thousands. If they're not high enough for your preferred action ask the pit boss if they can raise it. I doubt they'd say no.
If the minimums are too high for you, try walking over to another casino, you should be able to find at least one $5 table at the Quad.
Downtown you should be able to find $5 tables, somewhere at all times. If you play craps, watch out for the crapsless craps table at the Plaza, it seriously worsens your odds.
vespajet replied on Tuesday, 17th June 2014
Fremont has $3 blackjack 24/7, usually one table and it's packed most of the time.
dzodda responded on Thursday, 19th June 2014
What are the general mins at the new O'Sheas? I haven't been out there yet since O'Sheas and Bills closed.
coybotjr responded on Thursday, 19th June 2014
I just got back yesterday from a long weekend trip and can offer some advice on Mins.
If you are looking for $5 tables CET properties that have them are O'Shea's, The Quad, and Flamingo (In the Margaritaville casino area. O'Shea's and Margaritaville have them 24/7. All right across from Caesars. I have to give some love to the Margaritaville one, though kind of cheesy, it has separate drink girls that are prompt and the dealers there were super friendly. They were also giving away free rides for the High Roller for any suited BJ.
Non-CET properties NYNY and TI advertise always having $5, but that might just be one table.
The other thing to look for is rules.
I was staying at Paris and they only had one table paying 3-2. I was shocked to see that it was a $10 table and that is where I spent most my gaming time.
mailman responded on Friday, 20th June 2014
Thanks for the feedback guys! I've played in casinos that have an electric roulette machine with a live roulette table, anyone spotted one of these in vegas? I find it easier to play; less crowded, sit, bet and play!
Blakjackkid replied on Friday, 4th July 2014
I saw one of those at Harrah's last year when I was walking thru.
crapshappy responded on Friday, 20th June 2014
Haven't been back to Vegas since O'sheas re-opened, will return in August. I don't expect that they could recreate the old O'sheas, but I was hoping to hear that they got the old house band back. Has that happened? Those guys were freakin great.