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Powerball fever

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by mcoakley, Mar 23, 2013.

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  1. mcoakley

    mcoakley Tourist

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    With the powerball up to 320 million or so I was wondering what would be the best room that money could buy. I wouldn't want to deal with a host and fly under the radar when I first get there. However I would want a great room to come back to. Wishful thinking about winning but hey a guys gotta dream.
     
  2. ttom

    ttom Low-Roller

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  3. addicted

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    For me, without a doubt the answer is palms skyvilla.

    Gonna run you $50k a night (weekend rate):confused2:


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    Iu25 High-Roller

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    speaking of powerball, what ever happened to the powerball slot machines that used to be in the casinos. I loved those and seemed to always hit one of the mid level payouts everytime I played.
     
  5. addicted

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    Nobody wants to weigh in on sweet suite?

    Anyone ever see the BBC documentary on gambling in vegas, they were filming a guy during his stay at the Hilton penthouse - that was a cool room
     
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