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Discussion in 'Casino Reviews' started by Settingcanthurt, Jul 1, 2020.
Table is open like any other day.
$1 dont,horn,field. 15 seconds.
Yes, nothing has changed, it's exactly the same as it always was.
$10 min with 10× odds
Free drinks for gamblers. Machines opened up some.
Adding other Deadwood Casinos to this thread.
They are small and fit in well.
Franklin hotel has a space on the floor against the wall for bank craps.
GoldDust has a wet spot where excited button pushers whooped and hollared. In all the machines available to play this was the only one for the day which payed anything back.
Button only worked if pounded on hard.
The table at the Franklin was my favorite, pretty lively on the Thurs - Sun it was open. $5 minimum, comped drinks, good crew and box.
I was in Deadwood in May and was surprised to see the table gone. I asked a pit supervisor, they said it was removed when things got tight because of the 'vid, and they would "maybe bring it back in the spring."
Seemed like actually removing the table was an over-reaction, since they didn't actually put anything else in its place.
Yeah I bet that whole area screams fun at night when things were normal. Casino hopping is a lot easier then Vegas... Good thing I found it at this stage in life, not 35 years ago.
your looking at the three card poker game that paid me pretty well last hunting season.
Watched a couple of Utube videos of the Sturgis motorcycle rally.
They made some trips over to Deadwood for gambling and dive bar hopping.
Looked like a lot of fun.
Wow! That's the smallest craps table I've ever seen.