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

Typical Harrah's - take the money, leave them smiling

The room is next to the sportsbook, but closed off by a glass wall. The equipment is pretty new, including tables with shufflers for more hands per hour. The best part is the sheer number of TVs, though. We played here during NFL first games Sunday, and it was easy to keep track of the action.

Not a whole lot of tight players, people willing to give action, and plenty of tourists. Let's examine the mentality: the Sunday tournament structure I saw took $5 of the initial $30 buy in for 100 chips, and the optional $10 fee for another 500 chips all goes to the house, none ot the prize pool. So $40, of which the house takes $15, for 1500 in tourney chips. This is why I own Harrah's stock. The tournament sold out. If those players hang out after and play, are the really the kind to calculate getting the best of it?

Very competent, professional. What you might expect from Harrah's.

They are by often enough, but the thing I loved is that we ordered a round of tequila shots, and they must have been doubles, and good quality tequila. There is also table service for food available.

They were informative, helpful. But how can I give a 5 rating to anyone that put that tournament price structure on their players?

Not even a poker room rate available.

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