The accepted casino table naming convention seems to be that if the table has high limits you name it after something very precious. Gold, Diamond, Platinum are all favorites. Then there’s the ever-popular VIP.
If you think your table limits are above and beyond any one of these labels then what do you call it?
Evolution Gaming‘s solution to this dilemma is to throw everything at it, calling their new high limit blackjack table Platinum VIP, complete with dealers dressed in gold. All that’s missing is the diamonds…and you’d have these too if you were to shove a lump of coal up your arse and play at one of these tables for a reasonable length of time, as the limits are very high.
Depending on which casino you’re playing at, this is what you’ll be faced with:
- Unibet: $500 to $10,000
- Party Casino: $250 to $5,000
- Betsson: $250 to $5,000
- Paddy Power: $250 to $5,000
If these can’t give you a few heart in the mouth (or diamond producing butt-clench) moments then sorry, but you’ve just got way too much money to begin with.
Curiously, William Hill Vegas – known for its big limits across all live games is yet to add Platinum VIP blackjack. Then and again, their private (Salle Privee) blackjack table has bets starting at $1,000 up to a maximum of $20,000 so perhaps they didn’t believe it to be necessary to introduce?