Vegas Report – Prime Time!

…Friday night I got dressed and headed over to Bellagio for dinner at Prime.  It was at this time I realized that 8pm is a perfect time for dinner in Las Vegas.  I order a glass of wine at the bar while waiting for the table.  We’re taken outside to the patio for dinner.  The weather was perfect.  The patio was at the edge of the lake in front of Bellagio and the view was great.


I’m not much of a tourist so I didn’t realize that the water show happens every 15 minutes on the nose.  It was pretty cool to be sitting outside about to have steak watching the show.  Dinner probably lasted 2 hours because I think I saw the whole cycle of shows.


Having a winning afternoon and a little too much to drink I decided to splurge on dinner and I ordered a Kobe beef strip.  It was only 6 ounces and cost $150.  The smallish portion was actually perfect to soak up the alcohol and provided a nice base for the evening.  It was also the best piece of steak I’ve ever had.  Mac and cheese and onion rings were the sides and a nice compliment to the steak.  Another GREAT dinner.

After dinner I headed out to the casino for a little gambling.  One of the best things of gambling at Bellagio is that the drinks served are fantastic.  Tonight was no different.  After sitting down at a 3 card poker table I had a few more kettel one and soda’s.  About an hour and a half later I was up another $400 and decided it was time to hang out with some younger people at the Palms.

The Palms was rocking as usual.  Plenty of hot girls.  This is probably where it hit me that half the girls in Vegas have not learned how to walk in heels.  It’s pretty funny to watch girls on the edge of falling over while they try to look hot.

Anyway, I sat down for yet another session of 3 card poker.  I don’t think I’ve ever played this much 3 card poker in one day.  The drinks at the Palms were not awesome and the service was not as fast as the other casinos so I ordered double since the rest of the table was doing so.  I was dealt 3 of a kind after about 20 minutes and that set the tone for the time at Palms.  After couple more hours I walked away up another $300.

It was time to see how the other half lives at the Gold Coast.  The Gold Coast has done some remodeling since I was there last.  I’m not sure if TGIFridays would be considered an upgrade, but it was prefect for a 2am (or 3am) snack.  It was about to close, but that didn’t stop the last order from going in.  It was perfect.

I’m not sure if it was waking up at 7am or the many many drinks I had, but I was pooped.  After losing $100 in Pai Gow I headed back to Caesars Palace.  I had a great cab driver, who offered lots of laughs.  I don’t remember if I gambled at all when I go back to Caesars.  I do know that PURE was emptying and the corral they have for people was being broken down.

Off to bed.  The next day was Manny vs. Ricky…

Vegas Report – Early Friday

…so after only about 3 hours of sleep I was wide awake so I decided to shower and head down to the casino.  The closest cup of coffee was Payard’s, so I grabbed a large cup and a croissant.  Both were excellent.  While drinking my 1st cup I was checking twitter when I read the news that Danny Gans had passed away.  Many were saddened by this and it’s always sad to see someone pass away so young.  A cynic will wonder how they will replace all of the billboards around the airport and Las Vegas strip.

I played a slew of penny and nickle slots throughout the morning.  I lost everything I put into the machines.  I did so bad, I didn’t even take note of how bad.  This was a rough start to the day.  After a couple hours I went back to Payard’s for a crepe and orange juice.  I’ve never had a crepe before, but this one was pretty damn good.

I was invited for a tour of Zappos Friday afternoon, but the time coincided with the Manny Pacquiao & Ricky Hatton weigh in and the fight was the excuse for the trip.  I love Zappos, so this was a hard decision for me.  However, I was traveling with someone who’s never heard of Zappos (gasp!) so that eased the pain.

After a little relaxating back in the room I headed over to MGM for the weigh in.  It was packed!  There were tons of Brits in for Ricky Hatton.  I made my way towards the arena when I found all of the boxing fans.  I could not believe how crowded it was.  In fact I was told that they were only letting VIP’s after standing in the crowd for about 20 minutes.


After not moving for another 10 minutes I decided to head back to the casino to gamble.  Standing around isn’t very fun to me.  On the way toward the arena I noticed a giant slot.  Of course it was another stupid penny slot.  I lost another $20 and really didn’t have any fun playing so I headed over to play 8/5 Jacks or Better video poker where after about an hour or so I left up $5.

Since this was my friends first time at the MGM I decided to show him the Lion Habitat. The Lions are located on the opposite side of MGM – about a 15 minute walk when not crowded.  On the way there we were sidetracked by 3 card poker.  Table minimums were $10 and would be $25 by the time we left.  After too many drinks, a great dealer and nice pit boss I walked away up $400.  Not too shabby.

Unfortunately, closed circuit viewing of the fight at MGM had sold out while I was at the table so I was told to head over to NYNY to get tickets there.  There was a pit stop to look at the lions on the way to NYNY.  No more tickets available by the time I get NYNY but I was able to secure viewing at the Mirage.  Not ideal, but it wasn’t a big deal.

It was back to the room to change before dinner at Prime…

Vegas Report – Thursday – Let’s Roll!

…after checking out the room it was time to explore Caesars Palace.  After walking around the casino a little bit I decided that I needed a snack before dinner.  I hit up Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill.  It was just opening for dinner so I decided on the baby romaine salad.  This was a fancy name for a Caesar salad with chorizo.  It was damn good and the perfect snack.

I found a strange looking 7 card/3 hand video poker game by Shadow Bar and decided to get my gambling started.  Since I really didn’t know anything about this I played $20 that went away rather quickly.  I then swore this game off because it wasn’t really fun.

I went back up to the room to change for dinner and watch the end of game 6 of Chicago Bulls vs. Boston Celtics.  Of course this game ended up going to overtime.  Since I haven’t been to Palazzo, I got there with plenty of time to walk around.  I signed up for Club Grazi online and went to pick up my card.  I forgot that I received a $50 gaming credit when I signed up.  That would have been awesome if the machines would accept the card.  I decided to have a drink at the bar while I lost another $20 on video poker.  I couldn’t see the TV’s, but the bartender was getting updates and the Bulls and Celtics ended up going to a game 7.

It was time for what I was assuming would be the highlight of the night – Carne Vino.  I sat at the bar waiting for some friends and had a wonderful glass of Valpolicella.


As the glass was emptying my friends arrived and it was off to mangia!  After watching this video about 20 times I could not be more excited for what was in store.  No appetizer, no funny business, just bring me the steak.  Being the polite people we are we decided to wait while the final steak was delivered.


In the meantime, my porterhouse was taken off the bone and drizzled with a little extra virgin olive oil.  I’ve eaten a lot of steak, but this piece of meat was one of the most beautiful I’ve seen.  It was hard to wait and 5-10 minutes felt like 30 minutes.


The steak was accompanied with mashed potato zeppole.  I nice creamy and crunchy compliment to the steak.  The delay in the final steak delivery proved to have one upside surprise – Free Dessert!  We were presented with a trio of sorbet for the table: Rhubarb, Banana and Date (I think).  Banana was the clear winner for me, but the table was split.  Overall, this was a great dinner and maybe the best steak I’ve had in Las Vegas!

After dinner we parted ways and it was time to go downtown.  We watched KISS on the Fremont Street Experience.  I’m not a KISS fan, but this was pretty awesome.


After the show was over we walked around Fremont Street just so my friend could enjoy the spectacle.


After walking around for a little while I went on the hunt for Golden Monkey.  This is my favorite penny slot and not located in many casinos.  However, the Golden Nugget has a bank of these machines so I headed in.  After roaming around for a few minute I found it and proceeded to lose another $20.  It seems as if any time I put a $20 in that nothing is coming out, so I decided to stop after the loss.

I moved to a mini Pai Gow table to really get the night moving.  Pai Gow is kind of a fun game, but with all of the pushes it’s great for drinking.  After about 8 drinks and 90 minutes I left the Golden Nugget up $100 dollars.  I was happy with that and after small rolling for the first day I was happy to be up a little heading back to Caesars.

Once back to Caesars I promptly lost $300 sitting at a 3 card poker table.  It was the most expensive Coors Light in my history of gambling.  I may have won 2 hands.  It was an aweful session.  It was just after 3am and I was hitting a wall.  I decided to play $5 9/6 Jacks or Better on my way back to the room.  I lost $300 quicker than I did in 3 card poker.  That was a sign that it was time to call it a night.

All in all my first day in Vegas lasted over 25 hours.  I had a great meal and was buzzed enough to pass out quickly…I only had about 3 hours of sleep and it was off to Friday…

Vegas Report – Thursday – Palace Tower Petite Suite at Caesars Palace

…After a nice cab ride to Caesars Palace we walk into the main check in area.  I tend to always over pack, so I was lugging around a 40+ pound suitcase and a laptop.  We look around, but cannot find Diamond Check In.  We were shown the way by a very nice employee on her way toward the Augustus Tower.  I haven’t seen the gaming area yet, but already realize how big this place is.  Diamond Check in and the Augustus Tower are pretty far from the rest of the casino.  Check in was a breeze and I was upgraded to a petite suite in the Palace Tower as opposed to the Augustus Tower room I reserved.  I love hearing the word suite!

After what felt like a 20 minute walk through the casino we found the Palace Tower.  After a day learning the grounds it wasn’t so bad.  The good news is that it’s right by the pools.  Only 3 of the 5 pools are currently open.  Here is the view of the pools from my room.


Now for a photo tour of the petite suite.  Open the door to the nice entry hall filled with huge closets to the left and two bathrooms and a vanity to the right.


If I were to nitpick I would mention that the TV was too small and did not have HD programming.  The actual decor of the TV area was very nice.  However, I had to chuckle at the $6.50 bag of kettle chips that cost $1 anywhere else.  Truth be told, I would have eaten them if I was drunk and hungry.


The room was pretty spacious and, again, decorated very nicely.  The general room decor is modern.  I’ve mentioned before how much I like and prefer clean line design.  Doubling back we head to the bathrooms.


The larger of the two bathrooms included a single sink with a granite top, a water closet (shown above) with a bidet and toilet as well as a huge jacuzzi tub (not shown).  The smaller of the bathrooms had just a sink water closet.  No complaints with that, just not exciting enough to take a photo.  The bathrooms were connected by jack and jill style showers.


Since the showers have glass doors my friend and I couldn’t both use the bathroom at the same time if one of use was using the shower.  I’m not sure that this was the best design idea, but it was ok.  Having a double shower was pretty cool.  The shower was huge.


Overall, I was pretty happy with the room.  The bathroom design was semi-dated but kept with the roman theme of the hotel while the main space of the room was spacious and modern.  The room was almost all the way at the end of the hall, which felt like a long haul on the first day but wasn’t really that bad.

Next up:  Time to get up and go…

Vegas Report – Thursday – Departure

Last week I ventured off to my favorite destination in the United States – Las Vegas.  I’m going to recap the trip in a number and variety of posts.  I’ll be jumping from “I” and “we” as I took the trip with a good friend, but we weren’t always together.  We’ll begin the journey from my house.

I’ve always been a nervous airplane traveler.  I tend to get to the airport 2+ hours before a flight just to be safe – especially when going out to Vegas for fun.  My flight was scheduled for 1pm.  My car service was about 15 minutes early so I gladly departed at 10am.  I upgraded to first class and check in was a breeze.

There was about 2 hours until boarding so we got a quick bite at McDonald’s.  I haven’t had a McDonald’s breakfast in a while.  I’m happy the meal was uneventful.

I remembered I passed a Wine Bar so I wandered back towards the gate and decided to give it a shot.  I try not to go to the bathroom mid flight so I don’t tend to drink much before a flight.  I decided on a flight of California red wines while I caught up with work before I took off.  The wine bar was nice and relaxing.  One of the wines was a pinot noir that was perfect.  I could enjoyed the rest of the bottle if I had time.

The flight out was overbooked and Continental offered a nice package to those willing to wait on their flight – $300 voucher + food vouchers + first class on the next flight + (I think) access to the captains lounge during the wait.  This was quite an offer, but not enough for me to delay my trip to Las Vegas by 7 hours.

First class on this airplane was unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before.  I believe that the plan was a Boeing 757.   Leg room was insane.  I couldn’t reach the seat in front of me with my feet.  The seats reclined more than any other seats I’ve had before.  There was a foot rest that popped out when reclined and lumbar support.  There was an individual entertainment center located in each seat.  It had TV shows, video games, movies and music.  I thought only Virgin Atlantic had something like this.  It was awesome.  I knew my coach flight back would suck.


Surprisingly, I didn’t bother with the entertainment center.  I had my ipod and tried to fall asleep with a few more glasses of wine.  When that didn’t work, I had a Grand Marnier.  I knocked off for a little while after my burrito lunch and then it was on to skyy vodka and club soda.  I felt nice by the time I got to Las Vegas and didn’t even care that I was 20 minutes late.

One perk of being in first class is that checked bags come out very quickly.  After gathering our bags it was off to the “Taxi Line.”  I hate this line, but it wasn’t so bad.  I’ve stood in a line 3 times as long.  Once in the cab I told the driver we were off to Caesars and to please don’t take the tunnel.  He sighed about that and went on to explain that taking the tunnel is how he makes his money.  Too bad – not my money.  We talked about the fight a bit and he asked who I was rooting for.  I told him Manny would probably win, but I just want a good fight.  The driver revealed that he was Filipino and rooting for Manny.

On to Caesars Palace next….

Vegas Trip Notes

I’m back from Las Vegas and had a great trip.  I stayed at Caesars Palace which was pretty nice but very big and a little mellow.  Below are the notes I took during the trip.  A lot of these were tweeted during the trip.  Full review coming in the coming days.  


Car early
McD’s breakfast
Wine bar – Flight of CA reds. Awesome.
Plane overbooked – $300 + first class + food. 
First class – most leg room individual tv/game/movie unit. Wine, sky/soda, grand marnier, sleep.
20 mins late.
CP huge
Diamond check in on one side. Upgrade to petite suite in palace tower. 15-20 min walk from check in.
Room nice and big. Location not bad.
3 of 5 pools open.
Mesa grill – awesome salad.
Explore CP -$20 vp – loss.
Room – game 6 bulls/celts. Great game
Palazzo – club grazi. $50 sign up.
Nice casino. Machines were broken.
Bar $20 VP. Loss. 
Carne Vino – Awesome. PH for 2.
Freemont exp – kiss.
Golden monkey @ golden nugget -$20
Mini pai gow – about 8 kettel/soda +$100
CP 3CP -$300
$5 JOB -$300
Sleep 3 something AM.
Awake 7am. Blech. 


Up @ 7.
Room for a while.
Coffee & croissant
Various penny slots. +
Crepe madam. Pretty good.
Back to room. Relax.
No Zappos visit
Weigh in packed. told we couldn’t get in.
Played penny slots. -$20
8/5 VP +5
3CP + 400
Closed circuit @ MGM sold out. Told to go to NYNY. Told it’s sold out. Buy CC tix @ Mirage.
Back to room. Change. To Bellagio.
Dinner @ Prime. Kobe strip. AWESOME. Sit outside.
3cp +$400 
To palms
A lot to drink.
3cp +$300
To Gold Coast
Now has TGIFridays. Couple apps. Pai gow -$100
Fun cab to CP


Coffee and croissant
-$100 VP
-$700 various $5 slots
-$50 penny slots
Room. Relax. Shower.
Lunch @ Augustus cafe. Shake + grilled cheese. Not bad.
Diamond lounge. Nice. no buffet. Nice staff. Good drink. Watched kentucky derby. 
To mirage for for CC fight tix
3cp +$200
Explore mirage.
Fight is far away from casino. There’s some kind of miss viet nom thing lots of hotties.  Also some military ball.
Drink + 3 play VP +$24
Time for fight.
Nice set up. Banquet style round tables. GA. Sold out or closed to it. Many VIPs. Not me.
About 65/35 toward hatton.
manny destoys. Place goes nuts. Brits wimper out.
After most leave. We walk out with terry fator show ending.
Dinner @ Samba.
Still many ppl, not many gamblers. $5 BJ and 3cp. Open with seats.
Rearranged floor since last trip. Go-go stage. More slots.
$5 3cp -$100
Lots of DB’s
Caesars. “Early crash”


Payards croisant/coffee/again/messy
5c Top dollar slot -20
Sports book
VP 9/6 BP -80
Hawks -5.5 +100 poor wager. Wanted 2 bet more.
Reds + cards parlay +$37. Cards rained out
Sports bar many drink 9/6 VP -20 25 c top dollar -20
Some 7’s slot +7. confused. left.
Forum shops nice
Cheesecake fact – sliders – eh
$5 9/6 job -300
$5 Top dollar +300
$1 WOF +150
Diamond lounge packed hot food
Craps -400
5 c top dollar -100
Augustus cafe grilled cheese & shake again
PH – rocking
Go go dancers
1c WOF wack -20
3 play VP @ Heart Bar -20
CP – rockin
$1 WOF +75


Late rise
See host – all charges gone
augustus – bacon chz omlt. Good
$1 WOF +75
$1 diamond slot even
Cashier got bitchy when I cashed tickets
Room to relax
Flight delayed 2 hours
Can’t sleep

MGM Stocks Halted On Stock Market

Trading of MGM Mirage stocks were halted at the end of the trading day today.  This sent many Las Vegas watchers into a frenzy – myself included.  The news wasn’t as interesting as the chatter.  Straight from the horses mouth.

MGM MIRAGE (NYSE: MGM) and Dubai World through subsidiary Infinity World, 50/50 joint venture partners in the CityCenter project, today announced that the companies have reached an agreement on a revised joint venture agreement and also reached an agreement with CityCenter’s lenders on a comprehensive plan to fully fund the completion of CityCenter for its scheduled opening later this year. 

This is a bit of good news for MGM Grand.  If City Center is able to be completed as planned MGM Mirage shouldn’t have to divest any more properties to finish the project.

Kentucky Derby!

I don’t follow horse racing too much, but I always pay attention to the Triple Crown races.  This weekend will be no different with the Kentucky Derby taking place.  

 Horse Betting at

 I usually make an exacta wager or two on the Kentucky Derby.  This year I’ll probably add a couple of long shots to the exacta mix.  Unlike most years I’ll get a magazine and study up on my flight out to Vegas.  

Click the ad above to place your bets on the race.  There are a slew of odd prop bets that are too far above my knowledge to get into.  I never thought I’d see a bet I couldn’t handle.  That time has finally come.  To each their own!

Las Vegas Blackjack Research

I have been on the hunt for the past few weeks to find infomation on Las Vegas blackjack payouts by casino.  While that information has showed me some new resources that search has also led me to many dead ends.

It seems as if the Las Vegas blackjack community is loud, but not as organized as the video poker players I’ve met.  So what have I learned from my search?

17’s:  Almost every table in Las Vegas seems to be where the dealer hits on soft 17.  This is to the advantage of the casino.  All tables in Atlantic City have dealers hiting on soft 17, so I’m used to this.

Payouts:   Blackjack pays both 6:5 and 3:2 in most casinos.  It seems as if 6:5 is taking over and the game most easily available.  3:2 blackjack games are supposedly hidden.

Shoe vs. Single Deck:  6:5 blackjack increases the house advantage by 1.39% when playing with a shoe.  House advantage with single deck goes from .2% to 1.6%.

Best reference found:  This was the best reference I was able to find.  For more details on 6:5 odds take a look at this post.

Best community:  The Las Vegas Trip Advisor forum had many willing voices.  While the Atlantic City forum has more video poker advice, Las Vegas’ forum had more people that played a wider variety of games.

What did I learn?  Not too much.  I really learned the difference between 6:5 payouts vs. 3:2 payouts.  I knew a little, but I feel much more well versed.  As long as I keep my wits about me I should be able to find a 3:2 blackjack game.  I’m not sure that will happen, but at least I know.

If you have any more references, please email me or comment below to share with everyone.

Las Vegas Full Pay Jacks or Better

I’ve been looking at incoming searches to ECG and have noticed that every day there are people looking for full pay 9/6 Jacks or Better video poker for both Las Vegas and Atlantic City.  

I’ve cleaned up information from vpFREE2.   I realized how great the community is at vpFREE while doing research on Las Vegas blackjack payouts.  If you are very into video poker I urge you to participate on the vpFREE forum.

This is a list of all casinos in Las Vegas with their full pay 9/6 Jacks or Better video poker machines if they have them. Each entry also includes type of game and denominations avalable.  For details on all games head over to vpFREE2.

Arizona Charlie’s Boulder 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, $1

Bally’s Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5, $10, $25, $100

Barcelona Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c(3 lines, 5 lines), 25c(3 lines, 5 lines)

Bellagio Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP): $10(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $25(10 lines, 3 lines,
5 lines), $100

Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon 

Binion’s Gambling Hall & Hotel 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c

Boulder Station Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $1, $2

Caesars Palace Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5, $10, $25, $100

California Hotel and Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, 50c, $1(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines, SP), $2(10
lines, 3 lines, 5 line…

Cannery Casino & Hotel 

Casino Royale and Hotel 

Circus Circus Hotel and Casino

Eastside Cannery Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 1¢, 2¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢(5 Coins, 10 Play, Slant-top, TITO)
25¢(5 Coins, 1 Play, Slant-top, Coin, $1, $2, 5 Coins, 10 Play, Upright, TITO)  

El Cortez Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 10c(MS, STP), 25c(MS, STP)

Ellis Island Casino & Brewery 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, 50c, $1, $2, $5

Encore Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines, SP), $10(10 lines, 3
lines, 5 lines, SP), $25(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines, SP), $100(3 lines)

Excalibur Hotel and Casino 

Fiesta Rancho Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP)…

Fitzgeralds Casino & Hotel 

99.54% JoB (FP): $5, $10, $25, $100

Four Queens Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c, 25c, 50c, $1

Fremont Hotel and Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, $1

Gold Coast Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c(3 lines, 5 lines, MS, STP), 50c(10 lines, 2 lines,
3 lines, 5 lines), $1(10 lines, 2 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $2(10 lines,
2 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $5(10 lines, 2 lines)

Gold Spike Hotel and Casino 

Golden Gate Hotel & Casino 

Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5, $25

Greek Isles Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c

Green Valley Resort Spa Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 50c(Prog)

Hacienda Hotel and Casino 

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $10, $25, $50

Harrah’s Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5, $10, $25, $100

Hooters Casino Hotel 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, 50c, $1

Imperial Palace 

Jerry’s Nugget Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c

Las Vegas Hilton 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c, 25c(10 lines), $1, $5

Longhorn Hotel Casino 

99.54% JoB (FP): $1, $5(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $10(3 lines, 5
lines), $25

M Resort 
99.54% JoB (FP): $25, $50, $100 , 5 Coins , 1 Play , Upright , 

MGM Grand Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP): $1(100 lines, 50 lines), $2(100 lines, 50 lines), $5(10
lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $10(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $25(10 lines,
3 lines, 5 lines), $50(3 lines, 5 lines), $100(3 lines)

Main Street Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, 50c, $1

Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines, SP), $10(10 lines, 3
lines, 5 lines), $25, $100

Mirage Resort & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $2(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $5(10 lines, 3 lines, 5
lines), $10(3 lines, 5 lines), $25(3 lines), $50, $100

Monte Carlo 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5(3 lines, 5 lines), $10(3 lines, 5 lines), $25

MonteLago Village Resort 

New York New York Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines), $10(3 lines, 5 lines), $25

Opera House Casino 

Orleans Hotel & Casino 

Palace Station Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $1, $2

Palazzo Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP)

99.54% JoB (FP): $1, $2, 5 Coins, 3/5 Play, Upright
25¢, 5 Coins, 1 Play, Slant-top
1¢, 5 Coins, 50 Play, Slant-top
25¢, 5 Coins, 5 Play, Upright

Paris Las Vegas 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5, $10, $25, $100

Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino Las Vegas
99.54% JoB (FP): $5 (5 Coins, 1 Play, Slant-top)
$10, $25 (5 Coins, 1 Play, Slant-top)

Plaza Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, 50c, $1

Poker Palace Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c

Rainbow Club & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c(3 lines), 25c(3 lines), 50c, $1(3 lines)

Rampart Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25¢, 50¢, $1, $2(5 Coins, 1 Play, Upright) 

Red Rock Casino Resort Spa 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, 50c, $1, $2

Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5, $10, $25, $100

Sahara Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $1, $2, $5

Sam’s Town Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c(Prog), $1

Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino 

Silver Nugget Casino 

Silverton Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c, 10c, 25c(Prog), 50c, $1

Skyline Casino 

Slots-A-Fun Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c, 50c, $1, $2

South Point Hotel Casino & Spa 

Stratosphere Hotel 

Suncoast Casino & Hotel 

Sunset Station Hotel & Casino 

Terrible’s Hotel Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, $1

Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel

Treasure Island Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $5(3 lines, 5 lines), $10(3 lines, 5 lines), $25

Tropicana Hotel & Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP): $1, $2, $5

Tuscany Suites & Casino 

Vegas Club Hotel & Casino 

Venetian Resort Hotel Casino 
99.54% JoB (FP)

Western Hotel & Casino 

Westin Casuarina Hotel and Spa 
99.54% JoB (FP): 25c

Wild Wild West Hotel & Casino 

Wildfire Gaming 

Wynn Las Vegas
99.54% JoB (FP): $2(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines, SP), $5(10 lines, 3
lines, 5 lines, 50 lines, SP), $10(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines, SP),
$25(10 lines, 3 lines, 5 lines, SP), $100(3 lines)
99.54% JoB (FP): 5c, 25c, 50c, $1, $5