Matt and Steve Bourie from the American Casino Guide book, interview John and Kristina Mehaffey from vegasadvantage.com to discuss the best casinos in Las Vegas for players of specific games. They talk about which casinos offer the best odds, betting limits, or playing conditions for the following games:. blackjack, roulette, craps, baccarat, three card poker, ultimate Texas hold’em and pai gow poker. They also discuss the best options for sportsbook bettors and poker players. PLus, they talk about which casinos offer the best returns for their slot machines and video poker games .
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28 thoughts on “The Best Casinos For Gambling in Las Vegas! – 2022 Update”
Stayed at Rampart out by Red Rock did well to old for the strip and now done with Fremont
I LOVE South Point!! I only go to the strip when I want to see shows, but for gambling, it’s way better to get far away from the Strip. I also like Sam’s Town and Green Valley Ranch in Henderson.
casinos need to blast mean and bad players with hot sauce!
Sticking with Vegas Casinos no more California tribal casinos. There corrupt to the max especially Barona Casino.
I think the bigger and more lavish the casino the less the returns
I could be wrong but they need more money for these lavish places and they ain't paying for it
I’m 30 and I’ve won a lot
After living in Vegas for 5 years I found that the slots in some strip hotels were just as good or better than Fremont street or local casinos! And alot more eye candy too!
These guys sell picks to the miners. Much better money making strat than the mining itself.
I was there for 6 days 3 weeks ago and did well on Fremont. The dice games at Four Queens and Binions were $10 at the times I was there. I didn’t feel like the slots played loose like I read all over the internet. I did better on slots at the Bellagio. There was a $1 blackjack at one of the Fremont St Casinos I believe it was the Four Queens during off peak hours. Also had a $1 Crazy poker game. Also had $1 roulette game with a minimum of $5 on the outside. I didn’t play any table games on the strip because the table mins were mostly $25.
triple 0 = more ways to win ……lol
Is this a new 2022 video or an "encore presentation" like the other recent vids on this channel?
These guys disseminated a lot of useful information. I particular liked what the couple mentioned about craps and poker rooms in Las Vegas. I’m disheartened to here that 100x odds has been taken from the Cromwell. It still exists at the Horseshoe in Baltimore so I thought that certainly a Vegas casino would maintain it. I’ll definitely check them out when I go back to Las Vegas because I’d like to know the places that have Pot Limit Omaha.
I met Bob Stupak when I wandered into Vegas World on the last day they were closing in 1995. I was in town to bet on the Super Bowl.
O' Sheas used to have 100 times odds on their craps tables. Don't know if they still do.
What is best sport-book in Las Vegas gives best deal for the players which you did not covered at all not everyone play table game or video poker?
did we ever find out which casinos are best for video poker, roulette or craps, I legit fell asleep. This guy needs to learn how to answer a question in under 10 min. Sorry guys.
I’d love to see your recommendations for The Best Casinos For Gambling in Atlantic City
Too bad about her microphone not being turned on. She probably had some things to add to the discussion you three were having.
Blackjack players should hit Ellis island 5$ 3:2, downtown grand 1$6:5 both have great food and drinks too
Just in Vegas a few weeks ago wish this video was a month earlier
Nevada is under siege as far as I'm concerned. Until they lift this unconstitutional mask mandate, I will stay out of LV.
I cant believe you didnt mention this. yes the odds are better on a single 0 roulette wheel BUT the casino just raises the minimum bet which essentially negates the advantage.
I tell people if you are a gambler or have a gambling problem, no matter how much money you have, go to a local or closest casino. Going all the way to Las Vegas is a waste of money when you have no intentions of doing the "tourist" stuff. Alcoholics and drug addicts don't care if they drink or do drugs at a fancy place. It infuriates me when I see a casino remodel and spend money on contests and promotions. Instead of that, why not make the machines pay off a little more often? I go to slot parlors in Kentucky race tracks. Long time ago before they spent all kinds of money to remodel and expand, I won a jackpot once or twice a month. Now, you are lucky to win a jackpot twice a year.
You guys spelled the website wrong. It links to a dead page. The real site works in case people are confused.
21:35 There is a Pinball Museum where you can pay a daily rate to play hundreds of machines in Alameda, CA, about 10 miles east of San Francisco. Alameda is also home to the USS Hornet Aircraft Carrier Museum. A place where you can easily spend the entire day looking at all the different areas on an Aircraft Carrier.
16:15 Is the American Casino Guide Book gone forever or just for a few years until Covid goes away?
Great video! Do you think South Point would be considered a 'Strip' or a 'Locals' Casino?