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meetmeinfrisco wrote a review about Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, NV

Very popular, large room that's nice and quiet, but not meant for all

I would give this a 5, but honestly I like more personality to a poker room. It's perfect if you are looking for a real room (4 walls and away from the casino noises), with plenty of tables, games, tourneys, etc. However, I got the feeling I was playing poker in a library. Don't expect to see the big game in here while playing either.

I've played here at least a dozen times and each time the table was pretty intimidating. There's always 2 or 3 guys at a 9 person table that will bring in action every hand, but some tables here it becomes a @#$% match every hand. Do you want to play poker or a game of chicken? Just get ready to be forced to go all in every time you get a AQ suited or KK - and then wonder why you are the one who's calling the raising pre-flop.

Dealers are among the best around.

It was meh.

Not bad. They get you seated. Wish they'd put a TV for the waiting list outside the room by the sportsbook as well.

Good comps in here - not the best but fair (high-hands and such).

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