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1clubovercall wrote a review about Excalibur in Las Vegas, NV

2-6 not what it once was

Undistinguished but perfectly good.

1-2 looked good - a limpfest. 2-6, though, no longer has the maniacs, drunks, and pure tourists it once teemed with - it's locals and semi-regulars. They play too many hands, but are good otherwise, and that's not enough to overcome the rake and tokes.

Solid dealers, and two speed demons in the late evening. Many are in their third decade of working there, make very few true mistakes, and the floor is always reasonable when disputes come up. However, i did NOT appreciate, after I let loose one "word" after a rotten river card cost me a $140 pot (in 2-6), being told that language was inappropriate, when the night before an opponent did an Andrew Dice Clay imitation for 10-15 minutes without the dealer saying a single thing. We need consistency there.

I didn't order anything - service seemed fine.

The main floorpeople were excellent in the morning, early afternoon, and very late at night, and the others were lost too often, with seats staying open, with a list, excessively long.

It's $1 per hour on the M-Life card, good at several places there, including the Starbucks. Prices at the latter, though, just went up, and increase regularly at the other places as well, making the amount a little shabby. Purportedly offers a 25% room discount, but that does not include anything off the $15 resort fee, gives nothing more for extra-long hours, and this trip they tried to weasel out of even the meager remainder, by saying room rates were low enough without it! Management needs to take a hard look at what they need to do to generate more $10-gross-revenue player hours - if I play 100 hours in a week there, which I have done many times, that's a grand in the Excalibur's coffers PLUS providing more tables and more tokes for the dealers, and the comps should follow that more closely - wrote a letter to management on that subject and got no response. The bonus structure is quite intelligent, though, with a money wheel paying for aces cracked and a liberal view of high hands taking most of the $1-max jackpot drop, and a de-emphasized bad beat getting the rest. However, when the players are tight and give little action, that wheel doesn't get spun too often...

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