DD Blackjack rules at Beau Rivage Biloxi

  • Baelog

    DD Blackjack rules at Beau Rivage Biloxi

    Planning on going to Beau Rivage in Biloxi in a few weeks. Would like to know more about their DD games.
    Do they deal face down?
    Do you see the dealers upcard?
    S17 or H17?
    Min bet?

    How exactly does a DD face down Blackjack game work?

    Thank You
    Baelog “The Lost Viking”

  • FLASH1296


    “Do you see the dealers upcard?“

    I am going to go out on a short limb here and share my hunch:

    Baelog is not quite ready to play BJ — with other than play money.

  • Baelog


    [QUOTE=FLASH1296;186613]“Do you see the dealers upcard?“

    Ok, disregard from this remark. Again what are the rules on the DD game at the Beau Rivage in Biloxi?

  • FLASH1296


    DD are $25 minimums.

    50% Pen’



    No Surrender

    No Resplit Aces

    Plenty of Heat

    Casinos share info’

  • Blue Efficacy


    LOL @ heat on a half shoed DD game.

    I found beau rivage to be complete garbage when I was there, personally.

  • daddybo


    The DD pen tends to vary from day to day. Anywhere from 50% to about 70%. Lately they have gotten very sweaty. Mins run anywhere from $25 on the floor to $300 at times in the high limit room.

  • Baelog


    Is there another place in the Biloxi area that gives a better DD game?

  • Blue Efficacy


    The Isle had a $15 DD game, S17 DAS when I was there.

    Poor penetration.

  • moo321


    Pen was closer to 65% when I went. Not great, though, because it was sweaty. PM me for info on other places to play.

  • metronome


    i am disappointed to hear about the “Beau”.
    I had read some time ago that they had good DD.
    $25.00 minimum, 50% pen. and H17 is not my idea of a good game.
    Wouldn’t mind the green chip minimum but not w/ the other junk.
    Travel a little farther to Shreveport/Bossier City, LA.
    Decent to good DD and really good to decent 6D.

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