Also no mask police. But people were generally respectful of wearing masks when walking around and of maintaining some distance. One irritating bit of advertising was the Caesars mobile sportsbetting app that they kept pushing where you could make a bet for $50 and get $50 worth of RCs back. Even the announcer (the same announcer from their slot tournaments) would talk about the promotion. Since their William Hill purchase, Caesars is in a big race to grab up as many sports bettors as they can to become the preeminent online sportsbook. Made even more evident by their free $5000 bet in certain states. I asked the rep there and he said you could still do the other promotion outside of Nevada. I wasn't so sure, so I didn't sign up. They carted out 1 of the 7 BMWs 228i Grand Coupes that's up for grabs in the drawing on Sunday. It's worth $35,700 but if you elect to get freeplay instead, it's $24,990. Nice to see Caesars cheaping out on that extra $10 freeplay. Last year was similar, and I heard the cashiers complaining about how long it took to count out that many freeplay vouchers. I suppose it's different this year, since they're able to send all freeplay electronically. The other 243 prizes are all freeplay, ranging from $200 to $10,000 freeplay. Last year there was some creativity in the types of prizes, but heck all anyone cares about is cash anyway so I'm fine with that. Each person receives 1 entry, and every 77 points earned gets you another entry. The kiosks were set up to let you know how many entries you currently have, which takes a load off people at the rewards desk. Food stations were situated throughout, representing select restaurants from select hotels. Apologies for no pictures of the food -- at this point, I was completely trashed. My first stop was Beijing Noodle No. 9, which had some pork ribs, pork and shrimp shumai, chow mein, and some kind of doughy egg yolk cookie dessert that was way undercooked. Next was Giada's. They hand-served everything, perhaps COVID, perhaps pompous. They put together the salads and the pasta with chicken, heavy on the parmesan on both. It might have just been away to curtail people loading their plates with just chicken like a buffet (RIP buffets). At the end were her signature lemon ricotta cookies. The Giada station had my vote for the most bland. But I did go back to it a couple times because they had the shortest line. The others had lines of 50+ people, with Gordon Ramsay Steak being the most popular, snaking all the way into the Guy Fieri line. Guy Fieri had some pretty good burger sliders, along with some kind of ricotta cheese chocolate popsicle. And some welcome vegetables and ranch dip. Gordon Ramsay Steak had excellent steak, chicken lollipops, asparagus, and sticky toffee pudding. With little balls of ice cream. My vote for the best of show. While in line, a woman in front of me mentioned her 84-year-old husband Bob has Alzheimer's and was missing. They were at a food stand, then she looked the other way, turned back, and he disappeared. He's about 5'8", wearing a plaid shirt, long sleeves, long pants, and a hat. We started combing the area for him, but no Bob. She fixated on one guy who said looked just like him, but he was in short sleeves. I kind of had to wonder about Wendy's eyesight not recognizing her own husband. Thereafter I would yell out "Bob!" anytime I saw someone who vaguely matched the description. Where's Bob?