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  • Best Poker Rooms in Las Vegas

    Posted on September 5, 2009 by Jack Potts

    binions poker room

    For those who are heading to Las Vegas and want to get in on some poker action, here are some of the best places to play in the city. There are always many games and limits to choose from around Las Vegas. Some of the best poker rooms in Las Vegas are both on the Strip and also Downtown, depending on what you are looking to play.

    The Bellagio is defiantly one of the best poker rooms in Las Vegas. The quality of the total experience makes the Bellagio poker room a popular spot for poker pros to play when they are in Vegas. Some well-known poker pros include Daniel Negreanu, Jennifer Harman, David Benyamine, plus many other High Stakes Poker regulars playing poker at the Bellagio. There are many different games always going at the Bellagio to accommodate all types of players. The poker room has 30 tables and is conveniently open 24/7 to scratch every poker itch. The lowest limits typically found at the Bellagio are $4/8 limit and $2/5 no-limit Hold’em. There are plenty of higher limit games ranging from $20/40 and also a separate area for high stakes poker with games from $300/600 and sometimes higher.

    Another great poker room on the Las Vegas Strip is at the Venetian. At, the Venetian poker room there is nearly 11,000 square feet of poker space making it one of the largest is among Las Vegas city. With limits starting at $4 and $8, the Venetian, offers a wide range of cash games including Texas Hold‘em, Stud, and Omaha. Some nice features of this poker room include a smoke-free environment, State-of-the-art technology, including 21 large-screen plasma televisions, adjustable chairs for comfort, and personal safe-deposit boxes for players. The experience at the Venetian poker room always proves to be a good gamble. 

    If you are looking for some poker away from the Strip, Binions downtown Las Vegas is a traditionally famous poker room. Known for the original home of the World Series of Poker there are always good games going on their 46 tables. Binions poker room primarily offers Texas Hold'em, with Limit tables going from $2/4 to $10/20, and no-limit tables with $1/2 to $2/5 blinds. There are also several daily tournaments with affordable buy-ins at around $50-$70. Binions poker room might not be as nice as the resort’s poker rooms on the Strip, but there are always good characters at the tables in the always entertaining downtown scene.


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  • Caesars Palace Offers a Great Deal with Legendary Entertainment

    Posted on September 4, 2009 by Jack Potts

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    There is a hot room deal going on at Caesars Palace this September. Caesars has a website deal for the month of September offering a discounted price on their Roman Tower room. The cheapest rates are during the week when you can get this room at the Caesars for a low as $90 a night. However, keep in mind that the rates do increase for the room during the weekends especially this Labor Day weekend.

    Caesars Palace is the hotel and casino that is constantly evolving into what visitors can expect in a Vegas resort experience. Caesars Palace features over 3,000 rooms and suites with 129,000 square feet of gaming space. Caesars Palace also offers the Strip’s largest poker room and accompanied by a 250 seat sports book. There are 25 restaurants at Caesars palace with four luxurious pool areas, and the famous Pure and Poetry nightclubs. Dining options include restaurants by world renowned chefs Guy Savoy, Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay and Bradley Ogden.

    After a satisfying meal, people can enjoy a Las Vegas evening by taking in a show. Cher takes the stage at The Colosseum from September 19th to the 30th in Las Vegas. The show consists of an hour and a half performance of all her classic songs. The singer plans to perform 200 dates over a three year period in The Colosseum at Caesars Palace. Prices to see Cher perform her show range from $95 to $250 plus tax & fees.

    Another great Las Vegas show for all to see is the performance by Bette Midler at The Colosseum in Caesars. The Vegas show titled “Bette Midler: The Showgirl Must Go On" which only has three more show for September, but she has nine shows scheduled for Las Vegas in starting mid October. Bette Midler is a four time GRAMMY award winner, who has also won an Emmy and a Tony. The ticket price to a Bette Midler show at the Colosseum ranges from $95 to $250 with a 10% Live Entertainment Tax.


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  • Labor Day Weekend in Las Vegas

    Posted on September 3, 2009 by Jack Potts

    Rain Nightclub Fire Las Vegas

    Labor Day Weekend provides tourists and local partygoers with the wildest long weekend of the year. To mark the end of summer, Labor Day is known for one of the best party weekends of the year in Las Vegas. The Labor Day parties have officially started and run through to September 7th.  It is expecting around 2 million people will visit Las Vegas this long weekend. Almost every casino, pool and nightclubs are certain to be full to capacity for the end of summer celebration.

    During the Labor Day Weekend the best places to be in Las Vegas will be at the pool parties followed by a night out in the clubs. Las Vegas temperatures continue to be hot so this means spend the days at a place that has a nice pool with great drink service.

    Labor Day is a major holiday weekend, which means there unfortunately won't be as many specials on rooms. However, being one of the busiest weekends in Las Vegas will offer major events at most venues. This means there are going to be promotions all weekend long around Las Vegas.

    One of the best ways to spend your Labor Day weekend is at Fabulous Fest, Las Vegas edition of Europe's top electronic music festivals. The N9NE Group and the Palms’ Fabulous Fest, is going to be one of the hottest scenes this Labor Day weekend with shows starting September 3rd and continue through Sunday September 6th. Fest features a great electronic music lineup, including performances by top DJs Paul Oakenfold, Carl Cox, Felix Da Housecat, Markus Schulz, and 20 other performers at Rain Nightclub and Ghostbar throughout the long weekend.


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  • Sterling Sunday Brunch at Bally’s is Worth the Money

    Posted on September 3, 2009 by Jack Potts

    ballys lobster sterling brunch buffet

    At $85 plus tax and gratuity, the Sterling Sunday Brunch in Bally’s Steakhouse is not for everyone.  However, if you do not mind spending the money and want a buffet experience that is not comparable to anything else in Las Vegas, you must do it at least once.

    To start you off with something to drink, they offer Perrier Jouet Champagne, Mimosas, Bellinis and Bloody Marys. All of the drinks are unlimited including the champagne.  Our waiter always kept my glass full.

    The buffet is not huge, but it is of exceptionally high quality and very freshly served.  The chilled seafood includes oysters, crab claws, mussels, jumbo shrimp, cavier and smoked salmon.  The main dishes usually offered are whole Maine lobster, rack of lamb, prime rib, lobster omelets, waffles, steak and eggs.  The desserts are exceptional as you would expect.

    The service is very good, but I have heard of some complaints.

    Going to the Sterling Brunch is definitely an enjoyable experience.  If you are looking for a cheap fill-up, go elsewhere.


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  • Las Vegas Offers Incredible Shopping

    Posted on September 3, 2009 by Jack Potts

     Fashion Show Mall Las Vegas

    There are many options for shopping in Las Vegas; from trendy expensive shops to massive malls. People simply need to put in some time if they want to find the best deals in Las Vegas Shopping. Many who travel to Vegas end up shopping at the fancy hotel shops with ridiculously overpriced merchandise.

    The Fashion Show Mall is an elegant looking building, with some bargains to be had here if you have enough time to find them. This is a huge mall with 250 shops including Bloomingdale's Home, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Macy’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue. The Fashion Show Mall is very modern and easy to navigate, but is known for having higher prices due to the tourists who visit the mall. Also if people want to get away from eating at the restaurants in the resorts they use the food court located upstairs in the Fashion Show Mall. For the Las Vegas higher end shops, the Fashion Show Mall is where the majority of people do their shopping simply because it is convenient.

    Located just 10 minutes east of the Las Vegas Strip, the recently remodeled Boulevard mall, offers something different for shoppers. Known as the oldest mall in Las Vegas with always low prices, the Boulevard mall can be found at 3528 S Maryland Parkway, at W Desert Inn Road, if you don’t have a vehicle use the Bus 109, 213. The Boulevard Mall always has good bargains because it's less crowded than other local malls and they need to attract shoppers. The major department stores in this mall are: JCPenney, Dillard's, Macy's and Sears. Shoppers find this mall easy to get to from the Strip and hotels, which makes it a popular destination.

    Las Vegas Premium Outlets is another popular destination for shoppers who are looking for great deals with a lot of variety. There are 150 Outlet stores here so if you are willing to have a good look around you will pick up some good bargains. Try to plan a full day to check out the Las Vegas Premium Outlets. It is also recommended for women to leave the husbands back at the casino to have time to check all the deals without being rushed. There have always been many great deals at the Las Vegas Premium Outlet mall, but perhaps the economy has recently made the deals even better than normal.


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