Vegas poker

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I'm going to Vegas in a week I'm a new player but don't like limit only no limit ? But would like to know where are the best places to play poker are can anyone point me in the direction to where there's not gonna be a million sharks lol

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  1. Most of the rooms that run a $1/2 game will have a lot of recreational players. So, rooms like Harrah's, Flamingo, Bally's, or Mirage would be decent choices. There won't be many sharks, but depending upon the promotions, they might get a lot of people that are chasing freerolls and therefore not playing a lot of hands or putting a lot of money in the pot.

    Dave

  2. I shaved lived in vegas for 30 yrs and would love to share the best places I have seen and herd of is the location of where your staying a factor for conveyance are can you travel any part of city cause there are good and bad places in all parts of town the high rollers love to play at big casino on srip looking to bust up the weekend players comming in town then you have your casino that mostly are players that are locals that play with a certain group of players that are also locals that are mostly playing in that house a lot and moves around on acasion which are great games cause you play with players who are really good and sharp and some play weak and loose and some that are just your average so so players so the more you learn the dif in certain players and your own game locals casino off the strip is your best choice i would be happy to guide you to the best ones that the locals play at there about 3 r 4 on east side and about the same on the west side so tell me if you want me to name the best no limit games I've seen are limit and I will give you more info

  3. @Paul1959 on the west side of vegas is the Orleans casino which is the busiest poker room I have ever seen any where from 10 to 30 games going on all the time 10 being like 4 or 5 am where it's hard to find a game anywhere at that time most places start slowing down around 1 am

  4. @Paul1959 on the west side of vegas is the Orleans casino which is the busiest poker room I have ever seen any where from 10 to 30 games going on all the time 10 being like 4 or 5 am where it's hard to find a game anywhere at that time most places start slowing down around 1 am

  5. @Paul1959 sorry did not relise i sent that 2 times

  6. @Paul1959 yes please lol

  7. I am really new on this poker chat so still messing around how to post and read them but love to give as much info on the poker life in vegas so for now it's better if you text my phone 702 986 3853 so i can understand what your looking for the most in games and location

  8. in low-limit, no limit games (1/2 or 1/3) you aren't going to find many sharks. you can count on one hand the number of good players in all of these games. the bigger problem will be a game filled with a bunch of local nits. while easily beatable, but not for much $, these players will absolutely ruin your game. they have no personality and are the biggest whiners and rudest players to the tourists.

    the nicest room in vegas , is the "wynn" poker room located in the Encore. the lowest stakes there is 1/3 NL with a $500 cap. this is a good game for tourists looking for some good action. this game will play deep so it scares away the local nits and there are no promotions like free-rolls which attract the nits who just sit and wait for AA or KK and collect their hours for the promo.

    if you play at one of the properties with promos, try to avoid the games will the greatest
    population of these nits, simply change tables. these players are easy to identify, if you play at flamingo, harrahs , ballys or caesars: they all have "diamond" players cards and will only
    buy-in for the minimum ($100) and will ask for a seat change button. most of them dress in the same attire day after day and look somewhat homeless, are older and downright grumpy.

    enjoy your trip and don't feed the nits.

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