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VEGAS BLACKJACK


How the players see your tables


Website Online United States Casinos has put together a fascinating look at the best blackjack in Las Vegas; it gives an insight into what serious players are looking for at your tables…


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t’s an insight into what players see and what serious card players are looking for on a table – and the information players share online with each other. www.


onlineunitedstatescasinos.com conducted a survey among its readers and the results are very interesting – and speak for themselves…


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The Best Blackjack Tables in Las Vegas – OUSC Blackjack Survey


Las Vegas casinos have stingier blackjack rules than they did 15 years ago. Online gaming sites spread basic strategy information, so operators had to maintain their house edge by offering worse versions of the game. Our team at Online United State Casinos created this exclusive survey to help blackjack players visiting Las Vegas. Here are the best Las Vegas casinos for each set of blackjack rules.


BEST SIX-DECK BLACKJACK IN LAS VEGAS


The best blackjack tables with six decks can be found at Treasure Island Casino on the Las


64 FEBRUARY 2019 Casino $25 Treasure Island $50 M Resort


MGM Grand Bellagio


Cosmopolitan Mandalay Bay Mirage Palazzo


SLS Las Vegas Tropicana Venetian


Vegas Strip. The dealer stands on all 17s, while players can double down on any two cards. Doubling down after splitting is allowed, while players can re-split up to four hands. Treasure Island permits surrender. All told, the house edge is 0.26%.


While many Las Vegas Strip casinos have the same rules, what separates Treasure Island is the $25 bet minimum to unlock the 0.26% house edge. MGM Grand and M Resort have $50 tables for the second-best version of the game.


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