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They also offer the cheapest tournaments around. A $10 tournament runs every day. The reason the Plaza can keep their costs down is because they only run.


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We are total beginners and have never played in such before, learning the rules on and myself and my 22 y old son looking for a small poker room/tournament. Where on the strip are the best low limit tournaments appropriate for rookies.


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Every room has slightly different buy-in amounts for the same games, and each room plays very differently. This will translate into hours of poker a day. Hotel rooms have safes, and hotels have lock boxes. These people are known as "props. To do this, you need to grind. Don't get discouraged just yet. Plus there was a really awesome, and cute, waitress working the Palace's casino last time I was there. If you're staying for over a month, the game changes. Guys, it's a mistake to go to Vegas exclusively with your girlfriend unless of course she's going to be playing too. Here's my chart of food comps:. You need to make enough money to cover all the costs of your trip, as well as earning for yourself. Don't get me wrong and think I'm talking smack here; Vegas is one of the greatest cities in the world. All of the casinos who use an hourly rate for comps require you to get a card for that casino, and check in and out. I recommend you don't take too much advantage of that one while you're playing. After your fifth glass of cognac, putting all your money on one spin of a wheel can seem like a really smart idea. It was clean and friendly and I never felt at risk of being This place is my Imperial Palace backup. If you go to Vegas just for a vacation, then by all means, there's no one better to bring along. Fine by me. The Venetian has one of the best bad beat pots in Vegas, especially considering most of the other rooms don't offer one. You won't be the first, or last, guy to sit next to her to chat her up. I've been in these situations and made all these mistakes. If you're planning an extended stay it might be really worthwhile to look into this one. Beyond that, all other details are moot. The whole city is built in a way to make you want to play games and limits in which you had no intention of playing. And it's a serious action game. Along with not being able to earn, you're going to be spending significantly more money on entertainment and food if you're not playing all day. I've said it before, and I'll say it again: no girl wants to feel like she's second-best to a card game. I'm not just making these things up. Imperial Palace: This is the go-to hotel. You want to play in a room where you can beat the game. It's also across the street from the Bellagio, but a bit to the New York New York side, putting you more of a walk from Caesars and the Mirage. This is done on purpose; they use obnoxious patterns and colors to make you stop looking at the floor when you walk. The setting is bright, white and very open. Your goal is to leave Vegas with more money than you had before you arrived. In Las Vegas, where money is concerned for poker players, it can be easy to go 'O'-verboard. I enjoyed my stay here, and found it only to look sketchy. When you do need to sleep after being up for 36 hours or so, you'll crash so hard that you couldn't care less what the room looked like. If you're not looking at the floor you're looking at slot machines and table games. The downfall to the Bellagio is cost. You'll have an easier time finding alternate and mix games at Caesars than in most other rooms.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} This place looks pretty sketchy at the best of times. The tables have ample room. The best way to avoid making such a mistake is to only carry a small portion of your roll on you. The Vegas culture glorifies any decent-sized wins, and sweeps losses under the carpet. If you're a low-stakes professional poker player you're going to Vegas to work. But if you plan to go and play some serious cards, it would be a mistake to bring the old lady. You're not going to spend much time in your room at all. You'll want to party with them, and it's easy to say "Screw it; we're in Vegas! Luckily for me, "All of it on red" was very good to me. You'll play shorter sessions, and spend more time in your room relaxing and sleeping. There are other rooms on the Strip that offer comps, but I seriously don't understand why you'd be playing in them in the first place. Anyone who's been to Vegas before will understand why I say "Where to put your suitcase" rather than "where to stay. Casinos hire beautiful women to sit and play at higher-limit tables. As a result you have to go with friends in a similar frame of mind. They don't want you to know what time of day it is. Just ask the dealer for the details. To get the poker rate, you're required to play five hours a day in the Bellagio poker room. This guide should be a great starting point for you. You will have to walk past hundreds of tables and slots to find your way out. Other than drinks, and hotel room rates, the only thing a poker player will usually get comped is food. It's pretty dark, not the cleanest place in the world, and makes you feel like you've just hit 88 mph in the Delorean. I'm pretty sure my girlfriend would disagree with me on this point - yet another reason why it saves you money to go with someone other than your honey. Being a low-stakes professional, you can't afford to be giving away a few buy-ins on a roulette table. I put it here for when you move up the food chain. When you go to Vegas to play poker exclusively, it's more of a working trip than a vacation. They literally build and renovate casinos trying to maximize the amount of money they can take out of your pocket. People are happy to drink and gamble at 8 a. It also makes it easy to stumble back to bed after a long night. If you bring your friend with a gambling affliction, it's easy to get dragged along. If your best buddy wouldn't like being left alone to entertain himself, how do you think your girlfriend would feel? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Best site for new players and beginners with a small bankroll. Staying on or near the central Strip keeps your cab costs low. If you can't play cards, you can't work. You will live in the various poker rooms and be more than content doing just this. Being a low-limit poker professional requires as much bankroll discipline off the table as it does on the table. Stay tuned As a full-time poker player, you want to make sure you take advantage of all the comps available to you, with the most obvious being free unlimited cocktails. That's a double hit to your roll. There are people in Vegas whose whole job is researching the psychology of spending. The rooms are spectacular, the place is spectacular, and you're minutes away from the Bellagio Poker room. So the Bellagio is a great place for medium-stakes poker professionals with a large roll. Some people describe the place as "creepy," others, "dank. I suggest you use them. At this point having a nice room is paramount. Part two to come will cover poker room comps and where to put in your hours. The downside to this wonderland of cheap is it's pretty clear you're not staying at the Ritz the second you step through the front door. You have a few of the world's greatest poker rooms on one street; why play in a dank room with only four tables? Caesars Palace: The poker room at Caesars is one of, if not the, largest in the city. Ladies: before you write angry letters to me about this next point, please read the reasoning as well. Being a low-stakes professional, you're going to be grinding the cash games pretty much full time. On a trip like this you won't be partaking in many of the inter-room activities you otherwise would. If your friend is rocking the table games all day, you're going to be doing the same. If you're going to be spending almost no time in your room, the quality of the room isn't of the foremost importance. Live poker rooms will never come close to providing the same sort of incentive as online rooms can afford, so it's important to take advantage of whatever you have available to you. You'll have the choice of making them hang out in Vegas alone, or chilling with them and losing out on playing cards. The Bellagio: I bet you didn't think I'd have the Bellagio on my list. I'm talking about playing big two and Yahtzee! You just have to know how to keep your roll in your own pocket.