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johndoe

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#1
I haven't been there in a while. Any comments on current conditions, heat, and whatnot?

I've heard they've been going 6:5 on many tables, which is unfortunate. Though their SP21 game has been pretty good over the years.

I also assume that MS is garbage still (poor pen).
 

paymypush

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#2
Everything in the Fox Tower Casino is 6:5 except for the two $1 tables. The Great Cedar Casino has thirteen 6:5 tables and five 3:2 tables. The Rainmaker Casino has fourteen 6:5 tables and five are 3:2. The Grand Pequot Casino is all 3:2 and is the only casino open for blackjack 24/7. There is one pit of ASMs there and it's the one that is always open. Penetration of at least 7/8 can be fairly easily found. These games are 8 deck H17. No changes in the high limit rooms where there is still heat. Spreads of 1-20 or more can be gotten away with on the main floors.
 
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paymypush

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#3
This was just announced an hour ago. The U.S. Dept of Interior has approved a third Ct. casino. MMCT is the joint venture between Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun and will be located in East Windsor Ct about 20 miles and less than a half hour from MGM Springfield. It will be called Tribal Winds Casino.
 

paymypush

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#5
Foxwoods doesn't seem to be pushing the 6:5 as much as Mohegan Sun. Anyone wishing to play blackjack Monday to Friday overnight, between 2AM and 10-12 AM, is limited to one choice. That would be in the Pequot Casino at the ASM tables. These are all 3:2 with $10 and $15 minimums.

They are pushing the Stadium games and have added another one in the Fox Tower.
 
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