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Re: Great Nevada Week.
Posted by Pat Essary on 15 May 1998, at 4:58 p.m., in response to Re: Great Nevada Week., posted by richie on 15 May 1998, at 2:52 p.m.
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Most of the Casino's paid little attention to green action in Laughlin.
Please Keep in mind I play mostly single deck.
Riverside had a lot of red chipper or less players so there is a lot of attenion on any one playing green.
The Clolorada Belle didn't seem to worry about green chippers and penitration was nice. I had a lot of success there.
Ramada was the same across the street but usually just one table for single deck and it was crowded most of the time.
Pioneer was more concerned over there dealers laying out a fair game. One dealer there told me that he was watched closer by management then any place he had ever worked. Penetration there was never that good when I was playing though so winning with green was not a factor. They had one single deck table with a 15 dollar minimum . Just one or two player playing all of the time.
The Nugget kept a eye on every one. Even a couple nickle chippers received heat.
Down at Avi the Indian Casino they did not worry to much about green so log as you were note spreading to much.
At Hilton Flamingo, your best bet for geen was the non smoking tables. Spread what you like with green and a nice game. Lots of high rollers there so green anything was common and exspected.
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