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Red Rock Sports Book - anyone ever been there?

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by kingslender, Nov 6, 2014.

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  1. kingslender

    kingslender Low-Roller

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    Just wondering how it is - limited pictures online that I could find. We're looking for a spot to watch the NFL when we head out there in January and like to hit places off the strip that are a little less crowded - The Mirage was PACKED last year. mostly wondering how much comfortable seating there is, drink service, what are the typical table minimums if we want a break from the games, etc.
     
  2. Sinatraatthesands

    Sinatraatthesands Low-Roller

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    Tons of cubicle seating all with your own small TV. Maybe 25 leather chairs. If you in the cubes get some racing sheets and put $2 on a horse race as they will throw you out of them if a horse player wants one and there aren't any empty seats. it get's crowded. Drink service fine. No clue about pit games. Go to Southpoint it's a better book with more seats closer to the strip. You may also want to look at M resort about 2 miles south of Southpoint on LVBlvd
     
  3. hornhiyo

    hornhiyo Low-Roller

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    In my opinion Red Rock book is one of the best. As with most books for NFL, you may need to get there a bit before the games start. I too play horses and have found good comfortable seating in the horse area, while watching NFL games and playing the occasional race. Drink service requires tickets, but they give them out pretty easily in the horse area.

    My preference is to get their early enough and get a seat at the bar. VP with good pay-tables and excellent service.

    You can find $10 tables for most games most of the times. Depending on the day and time, you can often find $5 craps and occasional $5 carnival games.
     
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