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Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by burner5644, May 23, 2012.

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  1. burner5644

    burner5644 Tourist

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    We are in vegas 17-21 june from the uk. the euro championships are on and we need somewhere on the strip to watch england v ukraine. is caesars sports book our best bet or is there anywhere else where we can watch it on the strip and get a good?better atmosphere?

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    Those Euro games will be shown just about everywhere there is a TV screen, but the larger crowds will be at the bigger sportsbooks as well as at lounges/bars that usually show sports.
     
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    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    All depends on what kind of sportsbook you prefer. Caesars is big and very open. I tend to like it. Tell us more of what you are looking for and maybe someone can make a recommendation
     
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    Auggie Dovahkiin

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    Yeah I like Aria too. The sportsbook is nice and they have a few other bar and lounge areas where you can sit and watch games as well.
     
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    I still prefer Bellagio, for viewing almost anything. The drink service is legitimate, the atmosphere is a nice compromise between spartan and accommodating. And if the games are getting dull, I'm not far from the tables.
     
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    I plan on watching many from the books, but has anyone ever been to the Hofbrauhaus for a Germany game? I wonder if that place gets rockin'

    Either way, perhaps I'll see OP around the sports books! Cheers :beer:
     
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