LAS VEGAS BLACKJACK REPORT: STRICTLY DOUBLE-DECK GAMES ó PART 2 (DOWNTOWN)
JPB has been playing blackjack and counting cards part-time since 1996. He plays throughout the country but primarily in Missouri. He has been a Green Chip member ofBJ21.com for four years and one-time winner of the Post-of-the-Month. JPB is a professional engineer with three engineering degrees and works as a consulting engineer.
In Part I (BJI 161), I covered the double-deck (DD) games in the Las Vegas Strip casinos. The good thing about the Las Vegas Strip casinos is that you can still find DD with S17, and, in many cases, with decent penetration. In my 15 years of going to Vegas, I have generally spent only a small fraction of my time downtown, because the Strip casinos generally offer better rules (S17) and penetration.
The one good thing I can say about downtown is that it is nice to have so many candidate casinos packed into such a small area. I do not believe there is anything like it anywhere. Downtown Reno has about eight casinos packed in a small area but they still canít compete with the casinos in downtown Las Vegas. However, the problem with the downtown Vegas casinos is that the playing conditions is generally, with rare exception, horrible.
Double Deck Downtown
The D (Formerly Fitzgeralds)
Quite simply, this was the only game I found downtown that was...
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