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Grange95 wrote a review about Harrah's Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV

Casual room, good action

Room is apparently a former sports book (new sports book is right across the hall). Lots of TVs with the games, maybe 12 or so tables. Lot of walk by traffic, but closed off so no smoke or noise drifting in. Tables were in great shape, chairs were comfy, but not as good as Venetian.

Games played smaller than at other rooms, most players at 1/2 NL bought in for $100 or so. Play was pretty passive, running bluffs was more profitable than usual. Several calling stations present. Game was fun, casual, and entertaining. Definitely a profitable place to play.

No obvious problems, dealers were friendly and competent.

Service was generally prompt and courteous. Can get mid-range call liquor (e.g., Jack Daniels or Captain Morgan).

Very well run room. Managers were all friendly, yet also kept on top of details (e.g., ran a tourney while starting cash games).

Offers comps through the Total Rewards card ($2/hour, I think), also offers HHJs and the Megabeat jackpot.

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