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NCAA Football @ Sportsbooks

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by DFdetroit, Sep 17, 2012.

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  1. DFdetroit

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    I have a group of 7 or so guys that will be looking to watch a couple NCAA games on Saturday, October 20th.

    I've been in town for March Madness and NFL Sundays before, but only with a couple guys in the group so I didn't have to worry about seats for 7 guys.

    Is there a sportsbook that you'd recommend for watching the games where we'd be likely to get seats together? I'm looking at Legasse's Stadium, but am open to other suggestions.

    We're staying at Bellagio and I'd imagine between all of us, we're probably wagering $2k or so on the games. That's probably not enough to ask a host for a little special treatment, right? (I normally bring a bankroll of about $5k for a weekend trip, but usually stick to craps and blackjack).
     
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    We viewed the ACC championship at the Mandalay Bay book. Had about 8 people with us. We had a good time with the lively crowd. We drank, we ate, we gambled. It was exactly what we were looking for.
     
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    everyone seems to love the LVH (former Hilton) and the Lagasse Stadium @ Palazzo
     
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    Thanks for the responses. I've reserved us a lounge area at Lagasse's for $50 F&B minimum per person (shouldn't be a problem with the amount of drinking we have planned). There was also an option for a lounge area at $100 F&B minimum per person. Anyone know what the difference between the two is (besides $50)?
     
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