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TheCaptain wrote a review about Harrah's Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV

Different. It really is "a room".

It's a glass-enclosed room. Great TV presence if you like checking out the games while you play. It's got a nice, hermetically sealed feel to it that makes you forget you're in a casino. Good volume level. Nice professional look to the room with Andy Warhol-style prints of various poker pros (Doyle Brunson, Stu Unger, Johnny Chan, Phil Hellmuth and Scotty Nguyen). Attracts a lot of tourists and fish as well due to location.

Probably leaning toward the "easy" category though. Not a lot of local sharks, and if they are there, just pick them out and avoid us.

Competent dealers, generally attentive and on top of things.

Not models or anything in the looks department but the women bring drinks quickly and are pleasant and affable.

They've been running sit and gos lately and they seem to keep on top of them pretty well. I don't get the impression that the room managers have been doing it for years and years, but they're trying to accomodate their customers and if you talk to them directly they'll handle any situations that arise. They have a video monitor system to let you know where you are on the list too, which is nice.

Don't know/didn't ask but I rarely see people with comp cards.

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