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[Hilton] Hilton Niagara Falls Casino Package Starting @ $139 ($50 slot play and free breakfast buffet inc.)

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MegaSilver wrote:
Apr 3rd, 2019 2:50 pm
Check out Zappi's Pizza (http://www.zappispizza.com/). Close walk from most of the hotels. They have a create your own pizza kids item. They bring out the dough, and the kids sauce and topping it. Kids love doing this. Reasonable prices. Good atmosphere.
Maybe they do, but seems kind of weird to pay to go to a restaurant and then have to make your own meal. I will agree the Pizza's at Zappi's are decent and they don't charge that huge markup so many other tourist restaurants charge.
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Proxism wrote:
Apr 3rd, 2019 12:47 pm
I primarily played Baccarat, and occasionally European roulette for fun but anything with a ball has terrible odds so don't do it for money. I didn't have a big enough bankroll to develop a system for Craps, so I would get 1.4% on craps or 1% on Baccarat. The blackjack rules at Fallsview aren't great, if I became a great Blackjack player I might get heat, and I couldn't invest the time into becoming a great blackjack player. Anyone I've met that thinks they are going to become great blackjack players ends up losing because very few people can consistently play a perfect game, while I would win about 7/8 times I went.
Playing a perfect game all the time isn't really so hard... as long as you don't drink too much. I don't even have particularly good memory and can do it, just need some practice.

What's hard is finding a table that doesn't have bad rules, has less than 6 decks, deals deep into the shoe and being able to also count card without looking like you're concentrating on counting.
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Electricute wrote:
Apr 5th, 2019 3:56 pm
More work for them. Theyd likely just keep u in the same room anyways.

Technically u could use 2 vouchers. 1 per person if you went in as 2 singles? Or do u need to buy 2 dinners at brasa?
nope, voucher only works for minimum 2 diners... thats how they get you
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Question, can you opt out of the "Daily Mandatory Charge" now? I recall it was something along the line of the Niagara tourism fee or something like that before, and was informed that it's no mandatory.
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bosoxfanx wrote:
Apr 8th, 2019 3:20 am
nope, voucher only works for minimum 2 diners... thats how they get you
Back in the day. The rooms were like $59 with a $45 keg voucher with no min 2 people. Id go by myself get a nice steak and pay the tip and tax.
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jacjacc wrote:
Apr 8th, 2019 6:45 am
Question, can you opt out of the "Daily Mandatory Charge" now? I recall it was something along the line of the Niagara tourism fee or something like that before, and was informed that it's no mandatory.
Not any more.

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