Poker Tables:
11 Tables
Minimum Age:
21
FLPokerGirl wrote a review about Flamingo in Las Vegas, NV

If you like drunk and disorderly.......

The room itself would be tolerable for an old casino, except the tables are packed very tightly together. The overall atmosphere is old, tired and depressing. Chairs are uncomfortable.

You get all types at the Flaminngo. I've played there on my trips to Vegas for a few years, and see several of the same regulars, but there's also a lot of tourists in the mix. There ALWAYS seems to be drunks playing at Flamingo though. The last two trips I've played there, very obnoxious drunks eventually were asked to leave the cardroom. I probably won't be back.

The dealers seem to be experienced, however most of them seem to want to be elsewhere. Their personalities are a bit lacking, basically blah.

One of the few poker rooms in Vegas with octogenarian cocktail waitresses. The drink quality is low end.

management actually seems to address issues(such as the drunks) in a fairly efficient manner. The player list is computerized.

Comps are good, they have many jackpots (linked with all Harrah's properties), highhands, etc. Comp sign-in, sign-out is straightforward.

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