The Linq Hotel & Casino formerly The Quad / Imperial Palace

Poker Tables:
5 Tables
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BellyBuster wrote a review about The Linq in Las Vegas, NV

Terrible players, great comps

The room is relatively small, but nice. The tables are much larger than average, so you're not elbow to elbow with the other players, which I really liked. It's a very comfortable room to play in.

Wow, is all I can say. The 2/4 game played like a .01/.02 online game. At first, it took a while to mentally adjust to the style of play there, but once I did, it was very profitable.

The dealers were nice but made their share of errors. They were friendly and admitted when they made a mistake though, so I'll still rate them a 4.

Despite having food and coffee in the room, the waitresses still come by more often than at most places, and most are very attractive. No complaints here.

Management was good, I had no problems at all getting on the list, getting a seat, or getting a table change.

As others have said, $3 an hour comps to spend on anything in the house if you have a player card. They also have coffee, water, cookies, and mini-sandwiches, and had some good Monday Night Football giveaways. One dealer threw an IP baseball cap in the pot just to "change the pot odds." Definitely the best place around for low-roller comps.

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