We're always looking for gambling advantages. While we may never play perfect strategy, we try to play close to perfect and any little extra edge we can gain playing at a certain casino we gladly welcome.
We play a lot of blackjack (note: you need to play $25 hands to earn players club points in Vegas), particularly when our friends want to play. Casinos all have different rules, different ways to shuffle and different numbers of cards to play with and because of that most casinos have a different edge. One of our favorite gambling resources, Wizard of Odds, took all of this into consideration and came up with their blackjack rankings based on the different variations, such as Blackjack Switch, Spanish 21, Super Fun 21, and everyone's favorite (sic) 6-5 blackjack.
Below, you'll find a breakdown of Strip properties. Note that most, if not all, blackjack under $25 at MGM Resorts properties (Aria, Bellagio, etc.) is dealt with a continuos shuffle machine which we hate almost as much as 6-5 blackjack payouts, even if they don't increase house edge.
There shouldn't be many surprises on this list especially since we know Caesars Entertainment properties have the worst rules of any casinos. Caesars Palace has mostly $25 tables so their house edge isn't as bad as O'Sheas, Imperial Palace and Bill's which all
prey on lure cheap gamblers.