How close is your casino to even or better play?

The lighter side... playing for entertainment, less concerned about "the math."
dinghy
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Re: How close is your casino to even or better play?

Post by dinghy »

DougJ wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 1:04 pm
And, it's no longer a civilized bunch, even "relatively speaking"
Maybe you haven't been to M lately on the weekend when those pesky California ghetto folks roll in. :ouch:
No, I avoid all casinos after dark on weekends unless a drawing or other promo unmistakably demands my presence, so I haven't encountered the mostly peaceful people.

M may not have reconfigured drastically during the interlude, but the gaming floor had already been thinned out pre-CoCo. From Gaming Control reports:

December 2012: 1593 slots, 57 table games, 10 poker tables
December 2019: 1120 slots, 40 table games, no poker

And they have continued to move stuff around. The 99.8% vp banks are unchanged, but many of the slots have been repositioned including the non-smoking area. They installed a bunch of plexiglass, including in high-limit vp.

Sea Lion
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Post by Sea Lion »

DougJ wrote:
Thu Feb 04, 2021 1:04 pm
Maybe you haven't been to M lately on the weekend when those pesky California ghetto folks roll in. :ouch:
Maybe Bellagio will update the playlist at the fountains outside to include "In The Ghetto" instead of "Viva Las Vegas" :lol:

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