Indian Reservation Land Casinos

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  1. JackT

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    Not indian reservations, but don't the "Grand" casinos (and Stratosphere in vegas, I think), have at least 10X odds on all numbers? In fact, if you look around you can still probably find some $1 craps 100X odds tables. Bet a dollar on the pass line (or however much you want) and LOAD IT UP behind!
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  2. seeker6591

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    they now have single deck blackjack on the Majesty Casino, the floating boat out of Freeport, Long Island.


    anyone know where to play Spanish Blackjack???
  3. BigMadM

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    do they have dice, and is it vegas type odds.
    5 times acroos the board, or is it like 3-4-5. or worst.
  4. nywhiteguy

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    i belieive that you have until Jan1 2007, you might need Birth cert. should be good until then.

    unless you look like a terrorist.

    while typing this I looked it up from http://travel.state*****/travel/cbpmc/cbpmc_2223.html

    The Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 requires that by January 1, 2008, travelers to and from the Caribbean, Bermuda, Panama, Mexico and Canada have a passport or other secure, accepted document to enter or re-enter the United States. In order to facilitate the implementation of this requirement, the Administration is proposing to complete it in phases following a proposed timeline, which will be published in the Federal Register in the near future.

    In the proposed implementation plan, which is subject to a period of initial public comment, the Initiative will be rolled out in phases, providing as much advance notice as possible to the affected public to enable them to meet the terms of the new guidelines. The proposed timeline will be as follows:

    * January 8, 2007 - Requirement applied to all air and sea travel to or from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, and Bermuda.
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  5. njman2

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    In Montreal - I saw video roulette. No more sitting around a table. A manned wheel was in the center and they had about 20 - 30 video terminals around it where you could put bets down.
  6. Ozzy

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    The Seminole Hard Rock Casino. It's just outside of Miami so it's a bit of a travel from NY.... but they have single deck blackjack...... Try finding that at Foxwoods or Mohegan.
  7. Ozzy

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    That will destroy the Hampton's as we know it. Big money will pay enough off and this won't happen. It was a hell of a job just getting the US open in there once every ten or twenty years.
  8. BigMadM

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    slots are cheaper to run, especially the new video slots, less down time, and with debit card systems, theres no need for entire depts, devoted to sorting change, delivering coins....its a new world for slots, video poker, and no matter where one goes, the slots are always rocking, no matter how much people lose.
    Its entertainment, not gambling for most people.
  9. BigMadM

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    they said that last year, then changed it again.
  10. njman2

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    you've got till december...then its passport only.
  11. bomber6989

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    My problem with Mohegan Sun is that they closed their poker room. They sent a letter to all of the registered poker players that gave the official reason as "there is not enough poker action to support two poker rooms in Connecticut".

    I found out the real reson was they were only making $2 million from the poker room every month. By putting 100 slot machines into the space they upped their monthly revenue to $10 million.
  12. BigMadM

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    no passport or birth certificate, and I think a drivers license wont cut it anymore.......thats the reason to stay on US side, but yes, Id rather go to Canadian side.
  13. nyclap

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    The Senecas have a big casino in Niagara Falls, NY also. No reason to go there though, cross the border and gamble in Canada at one of their two casinos. Also on the Canadian side great strip clubs (Sundowner, Seductions) and a great escort service (Anastazias). Young, pretty, open-minded local Canadian girls at C$170/hour.
  14. Gavvy Cravath

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    I'm hoping the Shinnecock win their lawsuit and get the "disputed" land out east. How awesome would it be having a casino out their in the Hamptons and having the middle-middle class invade out there and cause all that traffic for the snobs of the Hamptons..how rich...

    Gavy
  15. BigMadM

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    Foxwoods, Mohegan sun, we all know them.

    Turning Stone Casino in Verona NY, outside of Syracuse, excellent.
    Great gambling, great operation, great rooms, a little expensive though, service is top notch all over hotel and casino.
    I enjoyed it there more than Conn casinos.
    Seneca Nation-one in Buffalo, nice place, odds arent as good on craps tables, one in Salamanca NY, 30 minutes east of Jamestown, they are building a hotel at this location. Its really in the middle of nowhere.
    I find the dealers and staff not that friendly, but adequate.
    right now Salamanca has only one restaurant, a buffet, but its standard typical cafeteria food, be prepared, no other restaurants around, only mcdonalds and burger king, one pizzeria, one holiday inn, thats it, nothing else for 30 miles either way.
    Never used hotel in buffalo, just a short visit in casino.

    Turning Stone is Oneida tribe.

    Monticello, Mighty M casino, no tables, only video slots in race way...nice enough, if you want to toss quarters into a poker machine. no pressure, nice small bar, lounge shows.

    btw....Turning stone is alcohol free, no booze.

    any other reservation land in NY Im missing please fill me in here.