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Bingo Halls?

Discussion in 'Casino Gaming' started by RynoBU, Jun 27, 2016.

  1. RynoBU

    RynoBU Low-Roller

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    My wife enjoys bingo. I was looking at taking her to Red Rock or GVR. Anyone have any input on places to play bingo? I will be playing Pai Gow Poker while she plays bingo so an attached casino with tables games is a plus. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. weas

    weas Low-Roller

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    I go to Red Rock almost everytime in Vegas to play Bingo. Really nice room and good casino and therir buffet is good too. I have stayed several times at Suncoast, good bingo hall,, great PaiGow tables and several places to eat. Room is really nice and spacious.
     
  3. Ckspores

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    My favorite bingo location is Gold Coast. Always have a good time there.
     
  4. Geogran

    Geogran OTD Tea Sipper

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    Back in the day when we casino hopped off the strip, we decided to play bingo at Gold Coast, ONCE! LOL
    This was before the computer games - not the easy bingo game we played with our kids - folks here took their bingo seriously - bingo calling was fast and furious and confusing - postage stamp - upside down T - eight around the free - large picture frame - what the heck - couldn't keep up - husband just gave up on his card - a nice lady (obviously a regular) took mercy on me and moved closer to me and helped me through that session. We all laughed after our 'ordeal' was over. Optimistically we had bought extra cards for the next session, offered them to our new helper friend who gladly accepted them and back to no-brainer slots for us! My older sister who has been playing bingo all her life, which is why I know the names of some of the formations, laughed herself silly when we described what happened to us! So embarrassing!

    To the OP @RynoBU - hope your wife wins a jackpot or two - obviously she's got the game figured out! Gold Coast does have a big bingo hall and is very popular.
     
  5. Snidely

    Snidely VIP Whale

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    LOL. My wife and I did the same as you. We still crack up thinking back to that fateful night. It's not church bingo! Get the electronic device and maybe 1 or 2 sheets max if you feel a need to daub.

    We've played at Gold Coast, South Point, Plaza, and another one, I think GVR or SunCoast. They are all run the same way. It's serious business.
     
  6. Ty

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    We don't play Bingo, but Sam's Town seems to have a lively game. We went in one night before play started and looked at the 'menu' and talked to a few of the players. I think I would enjoy giving it a shot there. It's on the second floor, plenty of table games on the first floor. They have the dobber type cards and the electronic do-it-for-cards.
     
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  7. RynoBU

    RynoBU Low-Roller

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    Thanks everyone for the responses. I appreciate it!
     
  8. Kcitsme

    Kcitsme Low-Roller

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    where do you get beer from without missing the games? I need something to drink while I play games.
     
  10. Corinne

    Corinne Low-Roller

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    I've played at them all. Silver Sevens has the least people, a few weeks ago there were as few as 13 people at some sessions, with the same prize structure as the rest of them. I've done a review on here somewhere but for me it's the best place to win. Might not be the nicest room but free drinks and donuts and very good promos and freeplay. Easy to park and a quick bus ride down E Flamingo or short cab ride. They also have a shuttle that goes to PH a few times each day. It returns from PH about ten minutes or so after the leaving time from Silver Sevens. The cafe is excellent. The buffet is enough to fill up if you're hungry and not too fussy. The fine dining steakhouse is a great comedy show, just don't expect 'fine dining'. The slots are great and it's seniors day on Wednesdays with a free slot tournament and other promos (over 50s). That's about it, don't think you need to find the review. Try it, you'll love it.
     
  11. RynoBU

    RynoBU Low-Roller

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  12. RynoBU

    RynoBU Low-Roller

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    Thanks for the review and detail!
     
  13. fraygul

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    Daubing after Dark at Red Rock is a blast. If you're there for it, totally worth it. I've played at Red Rock, Suncoast and Jerry's Nugget. Silver Sevens creeped me out so I never did play there. But the rest were great. Red rock also has a 'bar' in the bingo room and you get 2 free drinks.. so you just go there before the games start
     
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  14. RynoBU

    RynoBU Low-Roller

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    Good to know! Thanks, fraygul.
     
  15. Sndor

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    My aunt and uncle lived there and Played at the Plaza Downtown and Samstown...sometimes Palace Properties.....Not a fan myself
     
  16. Kcitsme

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    Birdie 7, I know that at the halls I have visited, they have a waitress who serves drinks before and during bingo. I drink water or coffee so I cannot say if they serve beer or not. I am sure someone on this board would know.
     
  17. Snidely

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    They all have small bars with beer, wine and a few booze selections.. Some have a CW some don't. Some have drink tickets (2 per person). Some have unlimited (I guess within reason).
     
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  18. Kcitsme

    Kcitsme Low-Roller

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    Thanks Snidely
     
  19. kollegekreed

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    South point also has a great bingo room! I prefer Gold Coast and SAMs town. Did the 3am game at Arizona Charlie's thinking it would be a few people....like 60 of us idiots showed up.