It dawned on me, the poster, that this is a truly dumb question not because it's something not worth knowing but should there be such a place and it was mentioned here, it would be filled shortly by too many people. The Goose That Laid The Golden Egg.
You will not find what you're looking for there. All of those places in North Las Vegas have a reputation for not only quick ejections, but aggressive or violent ejections, one including as I recall a patron death. I'm not saying you shouldn't play there because there are some good games, but if you think you're going to be able to peacefully spread red to green indefinitely without any conflict, no.
If you want to play the way I think you want to play, your best bet might be Downtown, where the rules aren't very good but you will occasionally find a dealer cutting deep. The logistics are better too and you can move quickly from store to store when it isn't crowded.
During my five days in Vegas, a couple playing at the Cannery and the rest at the EC downtown, I saw only one player backed off and that was at the EC. He was spreading $10 to $50. It was early in the day, the pit boss was young. I played a couple of more hands, then left.
Maybe my even tighter spread regardless of my playing decisions as the count moved marked me as not worth the trouble. I'm in Vegas not to make serious money, but just to beat the house, meet strange people and collect stories to tell like the guy who lunged onto a craps layout at the EC, grabbed $19,100 in chips and fled. I was asleep upstairs.
Thanks for your perceptive response to my question.