Any good game is protected by the loose lips rule in LV. After the big boys screw the game to death, then they publish its were abouts for the pay to play people. Best to look around yourself when you are doing the stroll. You never know where a good game will pop up.
CBJN reports the month and year that a reporter last visited a particular casino. While most casinos in major markets are visited every month, there are casinos which are visited less frequently. This fact is reported. For examples, see the sample CBJN linked below, which is also available from the home page of BJ21.com.
A big problem with having outdated information ...
... is the time spent going to casinos which had decent games at one time, but do not have them any more. There are dozens of such casinos in Las Vegas.
By having current information, you avoid going to the now-bad casinos in the first place. The savings on gasoline/cab fares, etc., and the value of the hours that may otherwise generate +EV, easily pay for CBJN many times over.
BUT, if the info is no better than SK's info, because it is outdated, or because conditions have not changed, it is a waste of money that way too. You have to pound the pavement no matter what, and may stumble on a great game. And if you do, you going to tell someone about it?? After you have played it for how long? Until the tit is dry, that's how long.
You skiped my original pointy question:
"show me the best games and how far off SKister's chart is from that 2003 chart. SK's last visit is probably in the same ball park as CBJN is. Is it worth the price??"
SK Fox n Fiddle Nov 2003 -.18 free
SW Fox n Fiddle Feb 2004 -.18 $