I have stayed at the Riv for the last three years for March Madness. I would go with my brother and two uncles (in their 70s). The Riv was perfect for our uncles because it had their only requirement, it was CHEAP! Also, the Riv great viewing of the games with not a lot of people crowded into a room. We were so disappointed to see it close. So with all the time, money and effort for getting better deals through the players club, I have a couple of questions. 1. What casino would be in the same level of price of the Riviera? I know Circus Circus is comparable, but way too many kids. 2. Why wouldn't any other casino pick up the Riviera Players Club points to help their own casino? I really thought with another casino would have made offers to attract the Riviera players. Yes I know that pool of players probably is not that large, but some casinos surely would have liked the new business. I am heading out to Vegas in the first weekend of October to scout a new place for March Madness (At least that is what I have told my wife ). She is going along with me. Thank you for your suggestions.