Off Strip Local Casinos

Who has your favorite video poker games? Who should have more?
POV
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Off Strip Local Casinos

Post by POV »

Best Vegas local casinos to play at?

advantage playe
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Post by advantage playe »

check vpFREE .com for best pay tables .

FloridaPhil
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Post by FloridaPhil »

When we go to Vegas, we play video poker at Red Rock and South Point. Their pay tables are much better than on the Strip.

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Post by snooze »

Southpoint, Red Rock and Orleans are my favorites

Dan5123
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Post by Dan5123 »

One of my favorites is Main Street Station

bobwithakicker
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Post by bobwithakicker »

We like Sunset Station and also enjoy Green Valley, but it seems like they are reducing the number of video poker options they have.

MrRobert
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Post by MrRobert »

The Gold Coast has a lot of good machines and they will treat you right

henrid
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Post by henrid »

Red Rock has best overall variety, pay tables, and casino experience. Wish better pay tables on the Strip - especially at Caesar's Entertainment casinos.

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Post by Sea Lion »

Main Street Station for me as well. They also have "fish tickets" as we call them, for every quad you hit. Unfortunately they have not reopened yet.

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Post by onemoretry »

Sea Lion wrote:
Tue Jun 09, 2020 11:30 am
Main Street Station for me as well. They also have "fish tickets" as we call them, for every quad you hit.
I've never heard that term for them - I've always just called them scratch cards. What's the thinking with that term - you're "fishing" for that $5000?

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