And I'm not talking about working girls. If someone says to you they're a vegas pro, they know all about Vegas, what questions would you ask them (as a pro yourself) to test their mettle? Phraised differently, what knowledge separates those that really know vegas from amateurs? Here are some examples - see if you know the answers: 1. How much does a cab get in a kickback to take you to a stripclub? (Did you even know cabs get kickbacks? ) 2. How much is expected of nightclub hosts in tip for walking you in for bottle service? 3. How much coin-in through the slots would someone need to gamble to get a free room on the strip and a mid-level hotel? 4. Where can I get a Macallan 18 while betting $25 / hand? 5. Which "big poker room" is generally considered the best for customer service? (I truly believe there is consensus on this) 6. What does being "long-hauled" mean and how do you avoid it? 7. Name a steakhouse open for lunch (on-strip, and high end) 8. Where is the cheapest steak in town (non-buffet) Are these easy questions for you to answer? Are some too easy, can you think of others?