Going to Vegas Nov. 30

#43
What hurts the metro-detroit gamblers is they have few options now. Can't go to Canada, the closest Michigan casino is Firekeepers, then Soaring Eagle. They can go to Toledo, don't know the Ohio rules. Hopefully the Michigan online gambling starts at the end of the month.
Yep true, Toledo is expected to get some new business if it does not go to online.
 
#49
Not sure...it says on the website...I heard the few people that sat in booths for weekday football got their money back...dont know if true
 
#50
Toledo no sports betting yet. Maybe by summer. Probably would be close by now but COVID has stalled the legislation. Do have 99.6 % SDDB and 99.3% DB video poker. Only casino in the state that has that good of a payback
 
#57
i use to stay at the continential hotel on flamingo, 19$ a night, on corner of flamingo and i think koval, its terribles now. this was in 1989. Mash potatoes at ellis island still great, also 2 am karaoke their. keno in the lounge too.
 
#58
i use to stay at the continential hotel on flamingo, 19$ a night, on corner of flamingo and i think koval, its terribles now. this was in 1989. Mash potatoes at ellis island still great, also 2 am karaoke their. keno in the lounge too.
actually it was on the corner of flamingo and Paradise, also Terribles is now the Silver Seven.
 
#62
I wonder if Eliis still has the steak special.
They do but to get the price you have to do a bunch of shit like go to the kiosk with a players card, then play $5 and then go back to the kiosk and get a coupon and then ask for the special because its not on the menu. Better move is just get the prime rib, its excellent for under $20 and no requirement to go play first and get a coupon.
 
#65
I remember the Klondike all you can eat pancakes for 99 cents after midnight and Key Largo awesome full size burger with fries any time for $1.99.
 
#69
These leaders realize they can put out these orders but they are mostly getting ignored. We'll definitely see a blow up because of family and friends gathering and closing down everything else won't do much to stop it. What will be the "answer" then?

The Nevada shutdown isn't quite what it seems. A 25% capacity for the Strip is no problem, capacity is never reached even on New Years Eve for the most part. The reservations for restaurants seems so stupid, people get there and are told here sign up for our reservation list and then are in 2 minutes later.
 
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