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You wrote: I made a small fortune and felt no real heat. Their buffet is amazing, though. I was hopping back and forth between the tables and the video poker machines, so wonging was in full use and my sessions in the pit were extremely short. Finally, Circus Circus blows. This obviously does not apply during peak hours. El Dorado surprised me the first time around. Definitely didn't see a jenkem reference coming in a Reno trip report, but you've made your point! The Peppermill. Nice report and quite entertaining! I returned the next day, but much to my dismay, I found that their dealers aren't actually trained to do that. I subconsciously assumed that since Reno has "easier" games, I can just use the same strategy and I'll win more anyway. Held me over for the long drive home. They also have full pay deuces wild video poker machines. I made some money on that a few times. Log in Register. I made the grave mistake of not really tweaking my strategy, betting ramp and cover plays to suit the new setting. What's new New posts New profile posts Latest activity. Your other observations were spot on. Seriously, I'd rather subsist entirely off of jenkem for the rest of my life than ever set foot in that den of degeneracy again. New posts. Thanks for the advice on counting single decks. Search titles only. Members Current visitors New profile posts Search profile posts. I'll be certain to heed that next time around. Playing rated in Reno is not a good idea. The trip was not quite the roaring success I expected it to be, but it was certainly a learning experience, and I hope that some of the information I've obtained during my rollercoaster through hell can at least be of use to the community - fellow noobs and veterans alike - despite its now limited usefulness to myself. Single deck with the common set of rules in Reno is a whole different animal compared to other games. No, I'm not exaggerating. This was a totally irrational, ploppy move on my part, and I'm still kicking myself over it. Bear, I didn't ask them. The patrons are all apparently homeless, the cocktail waitresses seem to be recruited out of retirement homes, and the dealers are all likely graduates of the John McEnroe School of Charm. The Siena is basically the polar opposite of Circus Circus. Below are a few things I learnt, some of which are universal, other perhaps a bit more specific. Were you able to get the table limit increased? The dealer literally had only about 5 or so cards by the time he shuffled again. Believe me, the suspicions you'll raise in not having one do not outweigh the effect of getting flagged. Paranoia of heat, while not unfounded when in Reno, will do you more harm than good if left unchecked. As you may well imagine, I didn't spend much more time there. It can be a grind, I'll admit, but if you've memorized the strategy and are willing to sit through it, it's really easy money. They won't appreciate your tip even if you give them your entire bankroll anyway. I think the reason for my win that day was an unnaturally by my standards aggressive spread about , neutral counts and openings at the one-third line and a sprinkle of good variance. Conclusion: if you're in the area, roll on by and have a peek if any of the deep dealers are around. Before anyone says it, no, my bankroll was in no danger of depletion at that point, so I can't even use the Kelly excuse I realize I'm just repeating a lot of what can be found on every other advice thread on this forum, but sometimes it takes feeling the burn and saying it out aloud to really have it sink in. I did stop by The Truckstop of Death and Dispair , and the rules are indeed as liberal as you've probably read. First stop on the way to Reno was Boomtown. That might be why no heat was felt and why I felt so comfortable with the spread not that that carried over to the rest of my trip. Just make sure to stiff those huns. I didn't play, though. LV Bear Administrator Aug 8, I enjoyed your report; comments Nice report. Looking back on my report, I realized I had missed out some important things for folks that might be going to Reno.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Trip Report - Reno. I'm not sure if it's because my eyes weren't used to looking at those smaller discard trays, or because the ones they use don't fill up to the top, making me have to eyeball an imaginary cap, or even because a single round dealt on crowded Reno tables is such a huge percentage of the deck, but whatever the case is, my old method of calculating percentages was very much not working as best as it could be. Search forums. In other words, don't be the only person at the tables. Bet consistently. Log in. Apart from the liberal rules, what really struck me about the place is how pleasant all of the employees are. Learn from my fail, folks. I mean it. This latter day, I won, but because of the change in betting, my win paled in comparison to the previous loss. The pit is tolerant, but heat comes from the eye. The dealers and floor personnel are all friendly and pretty cool, and in the very little time I was at the tables, I made a small fortune and felt no real heat. Despite my losses, the trip was a great learning experience. Circus Circus Reno and Alamo in Sparks are worthless. There were too many people at the table absence of plurality intentional , and I was far too spent to play anything other than heads-up. The casino is amazing in terms of visuals. You were fortunate at Boomtown. Do NOT be so afraid of heat that you limit your spread to the point where you're playing a losing game. The Siena is probably the best casino of the ones I visited, and I say that despite the massive losses I incurred there. Congratulations if you got them to do it. Located outside of downtown Reno, so easy parking and little traffic. Eff everything about that place. It's a dump. That will NOT end well for you. I made a few hundred on those while there. I will be presumptuous enough to give you a bit of advice. Circus Circus can go straight to hell. After incurring some heavy losses while betting with a high minimum, my inner ploppy took charge had me betting as low as one fifth the previous day's minimum bets when I returned the next day. Be advised, though, El Dorado has a lot of "Super" single deck tables that only pay on a natural; the tables all two of them with the rules I described above are in the "high limits" section. Looking at the numbers back at the hotel, I realized that if I had bet the same both times, that day's win would almost have covered the previous day's loss. Country style cooking. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. In hindsight, I'm a dumbass. While I would certainly have preferred to not have to learn anything and just jump straight into the winnings, reality doesn't quite work that easily. Unfortunately, they're incredibly sweaty and that can kinda kill the fun. Search Advanced search…. Sorry to hear you weren't on the positive side of the bell curve. Thanks for the detailed report Sorry to hear you weren't on the positive side of the bell curve. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Forums New posts Search forums. Worth checking out, just not for the tables. Some of you who live or "work" in gambling cities may be thinking I'm stating the obvious in saying this, but I'm putting this point up for the benefit for those - like myself - who live in areas where there are few casinos and sitting down at a table without a card gets everyone's attention pretty quickly. It's technically not in Reno, but in a place called Verdi, just off I you'll see signs west of the Reno-Sparks metro. I didn't approach the maximum either. In single deck, learn to count the rounds, and express penetration in rounds dealt, not percentage. Not getting a player's card is one "cover play" that costs you nothing. Silver Legacy was the first casino to begin ruining my trip. They do have full pay deuces wild video poker, though. A week ago I embarked on my first ever AP tour of combat.