Discussion in 'Outside of USA' started by Pokemon, Jul 10, 2011.
Will be there on vacation later this month. Anyone been lately? Best casino? Conditions? Thx, p
Long rumored to be dishonest, the casinos of Aruba ought to be avoided.
It is also a dreadful vacation spot — as it has NO flavor of being a foreign country;
and no landscape worth noting. All tourists and very high prices. Looks like Florida.
So you don't like Florida ? Maybe he should vacation in New Jersey in December.
I actually do like Florida, especially Southwest FL and the Keys.
BUT, when in a foreign country I prefer to leave MY culture behind.
I tried the Jersey Shore a couple of years ago--boy did it seem like a different country!!:grin: This time, thought I try a place more like home!
I know the rules aren't the best, but do you have more specifics on the "rumors of being dishonest?"
Appreciate the help. p
This is going to sound weird, but I've always wanted to play in a casino where I knew for a fact that the current game being dealt was dishonest. Now I'd only flat bet the minimum a half hour or so just for the experience. :devil: Of course, I wouldn't want this on any sort of regular basis or for it to be done when I think the game is fair haha.
Put your money in ALMOST any slot machine and you'll have the same effect. :laugh:
The BJ isn't worth it, but there are a lot of holecarding opportunities on the carnival games.
When I went there, I holecarded long enough to pay for my trip and stopped. I do not know what happens when you get caught holecarding in Aruba. But I suspect it isn't the same thing that happens when you are a judge's son and you kill a girl you meet in a bar. The authorities there are corrupt.
The high-schooler gets to vacation at the Swiss convent. The rest of us get to go to the beach!! p :laugh:
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