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Current conditions at Primm casinos

Discussion in 'Off-Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by article_1_section_8, Jan 30, 2014.

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  1. article_1_section_8

    article_1_section_8 Tourist

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    Hi, all.

    I'm visiting Vegas the second weekend of March, and I'll be making a side trip to Primm in order to attend a concert. Since I'm renting a car and I fully intend on drinking rather heavily at said concert, I thought I would spend the night in Primm. I'm wondering if there's any playable blackjack or VP at any of the Primm casinos. Has anybody played there recently? Thanks!
     
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    I played at Buffalo Bills on the way back from a Cali day trip in June. I didn't scope out the VP scene but they had all the basics. Hit a few hundred on a .25 WOF slot. All tables were low minimums and always a seat. I think there were more workers than gamblers there. Drinks were very easy to get as servers were swarming to our group. Overall, it wasn't bad, if you don't mind an empty casino. If you like rides, do the roller coaster. It was a blast.
     
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    Just stopped by last Saturday on my way back from Vegas. First time in 4 years and it was in better shape than our last visit. Stopped by Buffalo Bills and liked the progressive video poker machines at the bar. Beer was cold and bartenders were fast and friendly. It was worth a stop for me since I was driving by. By the way we stayed at Harrah's in Vegas for 3 nights so this was a nice break since Harrah's had hot beers and some of the bartender's can be slow until they figure you tip. Not complaining since the strip is always busy and bartender's see tourist's all day long.
     
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