Great Blackjack Gaming at Downtown Vegas
October 26th, 2012 by Site Admin
Downtown Las Vegas has slowly transformed from “Old Vegas” to a sophisticated “Freemont Street” while simultaneously retaining its historical significance. Visitors walking down Freemont Street will now see bands performing for free, giving them a magical experience. The only thing about Downtown Vegas that has not changed is its gambling. Blackjack players are still free to head over to casinos and play their favorite casino games.
The D Hotel and Casino, which was formerly known as Fitzgerald’s will be celebrating its Grand Opening on Oct 13. The casino floor will feature dancing girls, the Long Bar, loud music, and great gambling.
A majority of the casinos offer only low-limits blackjack with 6 – 5 payouts, but the D Hotel and Casino is an exceptional case, offering 3 – 2 payouts, but a much lower house edge. Blackjack players, however, are advised to read the rules carefully before wagering real money because each casino and each blackjack table stands in a class of its own.
Besides blackjack, players can find great games of video poker and craps at the D Hotel and Casino. Since the limits begin at $3 for blackjack at downtown Vegas casinos, they never fail to attract huge crowds of players.
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