|What's said this thread: It's all good
Posted: 10/27/2012 12:26:29 AM
But I'd add that there are some specials to add in your mix:
Texas Station and across the street Fiesta have arrays to check.
Props & cards of note, and certain parlay plays can be found.
If Parlay vig is your thing, go to Jerry's Nugget !! The book is tastefully revamped so as to still instill the vibe from its inception in the early '60s. And if you flip 'em a fin or better the free drinks come around just as your bottoms up on your last. Plus the restaurants inside are tops for taste and within less than one minute from the wager-windows. Canary is also OK to lay a last minute bet, as is Red Rock.
If you dig poker and betting than check out Poker Palace which has the poker section adjacent to the sports book and is laid-back in sphere; they'll take up to low 5-figure wagers.
Cantor also renovated one of the oldest books, that of the Trop - and it's screens are immense and right on top of you, and you don't have to wait in lines for last minute (especially In-Game) action, whereas all other cantors the Ven, Palms and M are too often crowded houses. Palms is best on Porn Industry Awards Night, I feel; the whole joint oozes unlike other nights there which just seem to be missing that Vegas Vibe no matter how much dough George Maloof throws at his places ostensibly too far off The Strip. But George is a cool dude, down-to-earth and really in-there concerned.
If you dig crowded conditions then go to the California when Hawaii plays (has the best NFL tournament, too), and look at The Orleans on big game nights, and head on over to Mirage for the oohs & ahhs which has had the best figures for many a game and proposition wager if you're one like me to shop around for an increase of 5 to 15% ROI.