LAS VEGAS BLACKJACK REPORT:
NEW YORK NEW YORK, EXCALIBUR, AND MONTE CARLO
by KC Brooks
I have been addicted to blackjack ever since reading Revereís "Playing Blackjack as a Business" when I was 15. The art of blackjack is a lifetime endeavor. I went through the learning process backwards, learning Revereís Advanced Point Count first. I found out early that the actual count system is only a small piece of the puzzle. Presently, I travel "my" Devils Triangle (Reno, Wendover, Vegas}, playing mainly single- and double-deck games. Hi Lo is my choice of strategies and "Professional Blackjack" by Wong is my bible. I worship a large spread, and have been known to wong everywhere I go. Thank God I havenít had to register as a wonger yet, but I am sure it is not too far off. I also help fellow AP Nick teach card counting at www.Blackjackclassroom.com.
The observations of casino conditions were made in March 2012.
Note: The three casinos mentioned in this report are located on the south end of the Strip near the intersection of Tropicana Avenue.
NEW YORK NEW YORK
We donít have the whole apple here in Vegas, just a slice; Take the Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and Statue of Liberty, and add a New York skyline, a roller coaster weaving throughout the entire complex, and presto, you have New York New York in Las Vegas. The inside of this 64,746 square foot casino resembles a New York City nightfall. There are 1885 slot machines and 82 table games scattered throughout, for your gaming pleasure.
Wander the streets of New York New York (NYNY) casino and enjoy the traditional New York fare: pizza, deli grub, and world famous Nathanís Hotdogs. Window shop and people watch without the threat of being mugged. It is amazing how they incorporate all these little bits of New York into this beautiful adult playground. One thing is for sure, there is too much to absorb in one visit.
The ceiling is at least three stories high in the main casino. The view from the escalator down to the casino floor is amazing. I was getting a bit worried about blackjack playing conditions there because...
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