By - farmingmaine
By Fort Lauderdale. There are a few Casinos within 30 minute drive. Horse track run by Caesars. Seminole Tribe Casinos and Hard Rock nearby.
Yes i know. I live down the street from coco and work at hardrock.
Edit** i also didnt see the multiple pictures so I apologise
You are very lucky. Hard Rock is really nice. Good layout. Crap tables were placed in good locations. The race track in Coco is looking good with the poker room. I really enjoyed the area. I ate some good food. I hope the Craps games doesn’t get dragged out in the courts.
What is minimum on bubble craps
I don’t know. I never play. I took a picture because the setup looked big as usual and I know people like them.
What's nice about these games is that they have lower minimums. Maybe you don't have the money for a big bankroll but you still want to scratch that itch, like I do sometimes. RW NYC doesn't have any live table games but they have these "arenas" sort of like that one, where anybody can sit at any of those seats and play any of those games. The ones in NYC have craps, sic-bo, two roulettes, baccarat, and multi-hand blackjack, and aside from one of the roulettes which has a $10 minimum, none of the other minimums are above $5, and craps is $2, which, for me, allows me to have a lower house edge when I'm able to put down max odds, which at RW NYC is 3-4-5x.
Agreed. Plus the drink service is usually good. I can also get some food to go and eat it at these stations.
I enjoyed them in AC.
Good spot to take a break and relax with a drink.
Exactly. Every time I’m in Vegas I spend my early mornings at a bubble table with maybe $40 or $60 in the machine and a coffee in my hand just playing small bets until the coffee is gone. Then I hit the big tables for the real action.
It’s great for a bunch of friends to play together but choose the game they want. I will try them some time. I have a habit of playing Kronos if I can find it when arriving at the Casino. It’s loud when you win free games. Then off to the table.
This is at the Isle in Pompano Beach. It's now a Caesars owned casino. Don't know why you added the Seminole CC photo since they are two different casinos.
My first time mistake.
No worries. I wish they had the stadium craps at the CC. They actually have real craps tables installed, but the bill that allowed real Vegas style craps was nullified by the courts at the last minute due to the State overstepping their authority to allow sports betting through an app and not on the physical Seminole reservation. They will most likely have to get another bill passed.
My first time visiting those Casinos. I would not hesitate living in the area.