Ohio Casino Blackjack Rules?

Discussion in 'Midwest USA' started by jaygruden, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. ChefJJ

    ChefJJ Well-Known Member

    I disagree. Like AM noted, it's all about what location you're at.
  2. Coyote

    Coyote Well-Known Member

    If competitive pressure is the key to good games, then I suspect Cleveland will have the best games.

    I think there are too many ploppies in this world for the casinos to feed on that they will still try to extract every dollar they can from the tables!

    That being said, it is our job to make sure our game is dialed in for any opportunity!
  3. 21forme

    21forme Well-Known Member

    there is no such thing as competitive pressure in the casino biz. Look at AC vs. eastern PA, for example.
  4. tthree

    tthree Banned

    Last I looked AC was dead and Pa you had trouble finding a vacant chair. Is that not the definition of competitive pressure? If AC execs are to stupid to compete they can continue to loose revenue and close casinos during the week giving the few steady customers that are left a reason to give Pa casinos a look. Once they do AC casinos become a fading memory.
  5. moo321

    moo321 Well-Known Member

    What? Have you compared the promos available in, say, Vegas and Tunica with the promos available at an isolated casino in the middle of nowhere Indiana or West Virginia? There's a massive difference.

    Big markets have cheap buffets, free buffet after 30 minutes of play, match plays for new players, 2 to 1 on suited blackjack promos, etc.

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