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6-8offsuit wrote a review about Riviera in Las Vegas, NV

The Riv has changed a lot in over the last 5 years....

The "room" sits at the front of the casino on the floor near the Strip entrance. There are a few tables roped off from the surrounding slots. This is the 3rd spot it's moved to in recent memory and by far my least favorite. Chairs are still old/uncomfortable.

I see they have changed the freeroll bonus hours recently, but when I was there that was on average 5 or more of the players on the table during the week just chasing free roll hours. Play was supertight and not enjoyable for a tourist like me. Nights and when there is in-house conventions or the pool players in town make for more enjoyable games.

One of the main reasons I keep playing here when in Vegas. Most dealers are fun, keep the game going and don't make a lot of mistakes.

For the most part, drink service was pretty quick. Not attractive, but not annoying like some places.

Management treats you like a person. More than I can say for most places on the strip.

Free roll is good if you can qualify. They ran a football board when I was last there. Now they have a bad beat. Comps are good for tourists as you can actually get them while there.

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TheDude wrote a review about Riviera in Las Vegas, NV

Convention time

Good tables, chairs and chips. Pool tournement in town so table was EASY. No mistakes and talked to everyone not... Read More