Overall room quality at TI is top notch. Autoshufflers in all tables, automated electronic waitlist, player comp... Read More
The Weekend of Poker Degeneracy (WPD) began on Friday, June 27th, at around 5PM and ended at 7PM, Monday, July 7th, 2008. Word of Warnin...
Over the last few days (M-W 8/29-31), I thought I would hit up a few rooms, mainly concentrating on the locals scene. First, some backg...
This trip report spans the last couple weeks. I try to hit the casinos about once or twice a week, and usually play 4/8 or 6/12 (and very...
Since I have been keeping a blog of sorts in the AVP forums (in the AVP Daily Poker Journal Thread), I haven't submitted a TR in a LOOONG...
Palace Station is the original Stations casino. Catering to locals, the room is about what you would expect for a... Read More
Texas Station's poker room is what you would expect from a resort that has been open for 50 years (i.e. Stardust),... Read More
Bar none, this is the most comfortable, beautiful, and relaxing poker room in Las Vegas. I have played in every... Read More
First, the bad news. Yes, aesthetically, this is a very boring room. That is really the only bad thing I can say... Read More
The best way to describe the vibe of the Arizona Charlie's Decatur is to say this: This is what the Horseshoe USED to... Read More
Yes, I am giving the Horseshoe a 5 rating. How can anyone not? Even though they outlawed smoking (and whoever decided... Read More
The biggest problem that Rio has is the fact that it hosted the WSOP in 2005, ergot everyone (including myself) has... Read More
Probably the most "sealed" room that exists in Vegas. There are no railbirds, as there are no rails. There are two... Read More
This room is very nice looking, but when you enter, things do seem a bit cramped, and indeed, they are. The chairs... Read More