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Table Games Experience with COVID

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by LeepinLizard, Jan 12, 2021.

  1. LeepinLizard

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    So I have a trip planned over SuperBowl weekend...Went to Biloxi in September and Beau Rivage had plexiglass dividers at the tables, but Harrahs didn't, so I was thinking it was a MLife/CET thing. Are there dividers at the MLife properties in Vegas? We'll be staying at Mandalay Bay. The dividers were very awkward and between having your mask on and dealing with the dividers, it was extremely hard to hear the person next to you or the dealer for that matter. Just want to know what we're in for! But cannot WAIT to get my gamble and drink on!
     
  2. bayoubengal

    bayoubengal World's Worst VP Player
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    Can’t speak specifically about mlife properties and dividers but be prepared to not be able to linger and watch. So if your friend buys in you need to buy in with or move along.
     
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    nope, we're not lingerers. We see an empty-ish table at $25 and 3:2 we're usually sitting down and ordering the DosXX and settle in for the grind!
     
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    Yes, there are dividers at all tables except roulette.

    Agreed on the difficulty with talking to other people, but unfortunately it's a necessary evil these days. You have to talk loudly, and luckily they don't raise a fuss if you pull down your mask for a second to make yourself heard to the dealer or pit on something important. But if you're playing with people you know, you just have to lean back a little to get outside barrier range if you want to talk to someone. It's also really only a big deal at craps, where you have to call some of your bets when you toss out chips, though.
     
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  5. Mawboi

    Mawboi Did someone say Craps?
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    Our stay at the Wynn the mask and divider situation wasn’t bad. The craps crews were really nice and very pleasant to talk to. Come to think of it the Bellagio wasn’t bad either. I’m hard of hearing and I actually didn’t find it much of a problem. I always try to grab the corner just seems like there’s more room.
     
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    tringlomane Theoretical Video Poker Addict
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    Talk like this through your mask and you'll get by...*wink*

     
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