The Linq Hotel & Casino formerly The Quad / Imperial Palace

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IAPETE wrote a review about The Linq in Las Vegas, NV

Improved Room

I almost rated this room a 4 but couldn't simply because it is in IP and I find that casino somewhat depressing and with a strange smell (although priced right). However, they now have an electronic list, they track play at the table, and they have autoshufflers. Set up does attract some railbirds which is a positive. Tables seemed way too big but maybe that was my imagination. I give IP credit for investing in their room.

I didn't do well here but it wasn't because of the brilliant play of others. People were playing some very strange hands in the face of a raise and hitting their needed cards. In the long run, this could produce a lot of money for a TAG player. Unfortunately, I didn't have time to experience the "long run" here, lol.

No problems. Friendly and professional.

I don't really remember how often they came by. I don't recall any issues.

I didn't have much interaction with management although they do have the electronic list and got me seated promptly. I think it is too bad that the management station is in the back of the room. I think it works better at the entrance to the room the way it is set up at places like the Flamingo or Venetian. But that's just me.

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