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rhode island
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black jack machines

are there blackjack machines anywhere? i like to play but not with other people cause i am tooooooooo slow at it, i dont want them throwing me off the table.

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gamemaker for one...they are very plentiful

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Yes, there are some. These are becoming more popular. I played one in Caesars and I believe I saw them in Excaliber and the Palazzo. There are probably many more...

rhode island
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thank you, im not very good at it thats why i cant play with the big boys. im sure they would ask the dealer to get me out of there

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if you play video poker, I know some of those machines offer blackjack as well. I cant speak to the payouts on it, but im sure others could...

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Not all blackjack machines are equal.

One of my local casino offers them GameMaker type machnies with multiple games to choose from (Keno, BJ, 10 different pokers, etc.). If you choose BJ, there are no splits and no double downs! You can see the little gray boxes where they are supposed to be, but the casino has taken them out of play to up their house edge. Pass on that!

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Scoobygang is right. Some of the blackjack video games are almost criminal.

For the most part, the games that are on the same physical platform as video poker don't always seem to be so friendly.

There are some good ones that are a larger machine exclusively used for blackjack. You actually play something like 6 or seven hands at once (like you're everyone at the table), with very fair rules (splits, doubles, no surrender though). It's actually a great way to learn, because you have all the time in the world and you get to play multiple hands against a dealer.

I know I have seen them at Wynn (towards the back on the left sort of near the coffee shop and the low rise blackjack tables.

I saw them downtown as well, but I forget where.

The nice thing is you can play as little as 25 cents per hand (less than two bucks a round).

rhode island
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i will look for them downtown, i like playing there. thanks everyone.

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You will find BJ on a lot of machines on the multi play machines. Some do let you split or double down - even the same machines at different casinos are programmed differently so shop around. I prefer the machines that give you the most options of course.

There was a game at a local Horseshoe casino here for a while that dealt you 7 hands as I recall at a quarter each - that was a fun game - I made some money on that one, but I think thats why they took it out. LOL

rhode island
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figures, they would, that sounds like a fun game. i will be sure to look for all of them that everyone has mentioned.

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The machines at Bellagio allowed double down and splitting. The HET machines were crap.