i may not be qualified to answer your question...but my two cents: it really doesn't matter what casino you play at per se, advantage play still applies. this means, i would think most importantly, sharp game selection. you could try backcounting or wonging if your capable of doing so... pretty much what ever you can do to swing things in your favor, without being caught. but if your talking about beating any game in the LONG RUN you have to have some sort of advantage or positive ev, and if you just play blackjack with basic strategy, you will lose, this is why you need to count and have an effective spread...pretty sure this much is common knowledge to most of us. so in short: the most important thing beyond anything else is to pick a game that CAN be beaten :) hope this helps.
Just curious. How quick are they to back-off? I played there only once about 5 hours- 6 deck high limit, spreading $100 x 1000 with lots of back-wonging. No front wonging. If they ever looked at tapes pretty easy to see why I was table hopping. No cover. I was big winner. Should I expect close scrutiny if I go back?