The Linq Hotel & Casino formerly The Quad / Imperial Palace

Poker Tables:
5 Tables
Minimum Age:
Gaggles wrote a review about The Linq in Las Vegas, NV

Let's Begin

The room has no ambience and does not feel like I am playing poker in Vegas. The free cookies and sandwiches kick @#$% when you realize you haven't eaten for most of the day.

Safe place for beginners and one of the first places I played at in Vegas. Lot's of beginners but expect them to run all the way for a flush or an inside straight.

I found the dealers ranged from average to excellent. They are patient with new players and encourage rail birds to come and give it a try. (Rail Birds: Those watching from the railing, in this case a rope.)

At times it can be a long time during visits but do you really wanna be that drunk? If you do, tip these lovely ladies and I promise it will happen.

Outstanding. They run a small but efficient room. The attention to players and making sure you get your comps is second to none. It seems like they really want you there.

This has to be the best deal in Vegas. I am sure you could get a rack rate for a room with 4-6 hours of play. They also give you $3 an hour towards anything in the hotel. If you are staying at the IP you can use the comps at the end of your trip to take money off of your room. Makes for a cheap trip. No bad jacdk pots. Minor rewards for high hands. Four of a kind gets a buffet. Royal with two of the cards in your hand gets you a dinner at an upstairs restaurant. During Monday night football games they give all kinds of stuff away. E.g. Shirts, hoodies, hats etc.

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