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casino for small gambler.

hi...heading to vegas in two weeks.i am a small gambler prob with a budget of 200 dollars a night.whats the best suitable casino?? i enjoy roulette,bit of blackjack and slots.staying at the mgm..i believe the stakes are quite high there.are there holdem tournaments for example with 50 dollar entry(thats max you can loose-not cash games)fee,winner takes all kind of thing.

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1. Re: casino for small gambler.

My suggestion would be to take the walk down to Bill's Gamblin Hall and Casino. Bill's was formerly the Barbary Coast. It is a small casino, but usually is a happening place. We have a lot of fun there, and if you get board there the Flamingo is right next dooor.

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2. Re: casino for small gambler.

I had a lotta fun at O'Shea's last week.

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3. Re: casino for small gambler.

I don't believe there is a casino specifically tailored for "little people."

"Little People" are welcomed everywhere.

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4. Re: casino for small gambler.

Tournies offered at most casinos, Luxor have a $30 buy-in and Imperial Palace even less (these are the only two I've played at but all of the casinos have poker rooms now) Do a search for poker tournies on the forum and I'm sure you'll get loads of info. You can get low stake roulette at Bills and Casino Royale - some of the larger casinos drop the stakes when they aren't so busy so keep looking at the larger casinos as well. Slots are everywhere, from penny right up to as much as you want to gamble!

Have fun!

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5. Re: casino for small gambler.

Speaking of the "little people", which one has the dwarf bartender walking down the bar and pouring shots in folks mouths?

Topeka, Kansas
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O'Sheas

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7. Re: casino for small gambler.

I saw a very short animated documentery about the Irish and the wee folk ... something about "they are always after me lucky charms".

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8. Re: casino for small gambler.

For poker, would suggest the daily tourney at Excalibur. I think the buy in was $30 and kicks off at 9 a.m., maybe about 30 players in the pool.

For lower limits, would suggest downtown - El Cortez, Golden Gate. You should not have a problem finding low limits there.

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9. Re: casino for small gambler.

Arizona Charlies West has very low ceilings.

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