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Plaza Poker

Discussion in 'The Poker Room' started by dewey089, Nov 25, 2014.

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  1. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

    Aug 4, 2001
    averill park (near albany) ny
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    This won't work for everyone, but it sure works for me.
    On the poker pro machines about four times a day they have very cheap tournaments. Even with two rebuys, these offered the most frugal poker I've seen. I played two and a half hours after buying in for the max of $15. And while there was certainly a mix of poker abilities, the game was not dominated as I might expect by maniacs.
    Across the casino was a three piece jazz band playing.
    When they took a break, the piped in music was also fit for the consumption of older ears.
    And drinks were comped.

    My son loves poker, but did not come to Vegas with a huge bankroll, and he generally is not very good. He played almost as long as I did.
    I was pushed out when I made a stab at the final table, trying to double up and secure a place in the money.

    Another day we played for $9 max.

    Amazing really.

    I don't expect it will last.

    Other poker played on my 25 day trip to Vegas is here
    I best enjoyed the 3-6 at Mandalay Bay and playing Pineapple in an early morning session with just a dollar rake at Monte Carlo when the 2-6 broke down to just three players as well as seeing number 2 chip guy guilted into chopping at Sam's Town when I was within a hand or two of extinction.

    Trip Report Snippets for my 25 day trip here:
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