Had two great sessions last night at the Hard Rock. Turned 1 k buy-in to 2.8 and stopped to have dinner at Half Shell. Fantastic raw oysters from Texas. Then stepped back to the same spot at the same table and turned that 2.8 into 6. As the table started to turn against me, I immediately colored and called it a night. There's no "feature bet" at the Hard Rock; no All Tall Small or Fire. So it was interesting to see how I did with just the straight betting, no distractions. And no constant suck of 30 bucks for every shooter trying to hit the all tall small. That adds up pretty quick in six hours. It gets to the point where you have to hit it in order to recoup your investment. Yes, it's fun, but I might adjust my play to only do it on my rolls.