The Linq Hotel & Casino formerly The Quad / Imperial Palace

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Craigb21 wrote a review about The Linq in Las Vegas, NV

My new favorite place to play

The room is very small and the carpet was old and worn but according to management new carpet is being put down soon. Also the slot machines on the one side will eventually be gone and the poker room expanded. Nothing fancy!

I actually thought the competition was easier at the Aladdin that at the IP. I placed mostly 1-2 No limit and always seemed to be even or ahead. There are about 5 fish per table with a couple people that know what they are doing. Overall I came out ahead on the trip.

I seen some mistakes and a couple of the dealers got overwhelmed at times when pots got large and more than 2 players were all in. Overall the dealers are friendly and talkative and this makes the games laid back.

Quick service and good looking ladies.

Ralph is the nicest mob looking guy I have ever met.

Best in Vegas and one of the reasons I love to play here. If you walk in off the street you get $3/hour on your card and if you stay at the hotel you get $4/hr. You cannot beat that. Food is ok but tastes better when free!

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