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DeuceHigh13 wrote a review about Harrah's Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV

Not a bad room for some low limit

This room is great if you want to watch some sports while you play, since there are many smaller TVs and one giant screen TV on the wall. The tables are fine, but chairs are nothing to write home about. I played on a Friday afternoon and they had about 4 cash games going and the end of a tourney was still running. I preferred $2/$5 no-limit, but all they had was a $1/$2 game, so I took that since there was immediate seating.

Overall the table was very tight, with only 1 very weak player, who was a major calling station (i.e. calling big raises preflop with K4 suited). Needless to say he re-bought a few times, and eventually left...much to the disappointment of the rest of the table. This particular table was fairly tight/passive, with very little pre-flop raising for a 1/2 no-limit game. I would assume these games loosen up a bit on weekend nights, when the volume of drunken tourists increase.

Dealers were very friendly, and I don't recall any issues.

For the most part there were no problems getting timely drinks, although there was about a 2 hour period when the waitress disappeared. At one point, the dealer actually announced, "If you want a drink, order now because it's last call for a while." I thought he was joking, but he wasn't. There must have been a gap between waitress shifts, because it was a couple of hours before I saw another waitress. I didn't care, because I was drinking Diet Coke anyway.

No problems with management. I asked what games they were spreading, they told me what they had, and I sat immediately. It was relativelty slow at the time, so there wasn't much opportunity for any problems.

I don't even know if comps are offered, I didn't even ask.

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