Top 5 Best Casinos In Las Vegas Strip To Play Blackjack | Blackjack Las Vegas

Welcome to Details in Luxury and in this video we are going to show you guys some of the best casinos for playing blackjack in Las Vegas , some of the casinos on the list are not the most luxurious ones , but they have great rates if you want to play blackjack for a while ; some of them have higher rates but they surely are beautiful casinos. Hope you enjoy this video , and if you want to play blackjack in Vegas , here are some options.

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17 thoughts on “Top 5 Best Casinos In Las Vegas Strip To Play Blackjack | Blackjack Las Vegas”

  1. You're leaving out a lot of details. The things that matter are:

    1. Blackjack pays 3 to 2
    2. How many decks are in the shoe
    3. What does the dealer have to do on soft 17
    4. Can you resplit aces

  2. I only play at the $5 tables at luxor, not sure if they still have them since the covid shutdown and reopening. The casino in New orleans that offered $5 only has 20 and up since. But off strip, I suggest 4 queens or fremont hotel

  3. I'm sorry but the Las Vegas STRIP is one of the WORST PLACES IN THE ENTIRE United States TO PLAY BLACKJACK! I'm not here to disrespect your channel, but I'm a local card counter in Las Vegas and I would never play in those casinos. Highly disagree and I can prove it. Also, Free Bet is FAKE BLACKJACK. 8 deck? BJ Switch? Are you serious with this video?

  4. My mom was a blackjack dealer croupier in Vegas in the 60s and there was only single deck blackjack. Those were the days. As my dad was a professional blackjack player all the way up until the late 80s 😉 (when you could still count the cards and talk smack without anyone noticing)

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