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open wifi signals in sportsbook

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by crapsaddict, Jan 6, 2017.

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  1. crapsaddict

    crapsaddict Tourist

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    I am a fairly serious sportsbetter (in my mind, not in amounts I play) and also am in the minority in that I don't have a cell with an internet connection. I like to play some things that vegas does not offer such as 3rd quarter plays in the NBA at halftime,etc. I like to watch the games in the sportsbooks but I also would like to have access to the net for comparing spreads and playing the specialty things online. My question is if a bring my laptop with me will there be a signal to access in the sportsbook. I know I can get it at the places that I stay but I like to move around. Has anybody got a signal at a sportbook and can you remember what places you were at? Thanks in advance for any answers.
     
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    All the Station Casino (now Red Rock Resorts) properties have free wifi in their sportsbooks. Also at South Point, The Orleans, and Gold Coast. The connections are reasonably reliable, but when there are big crowds in the books, the connections can be very slow or non-existent.
     
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    XKxRome0ox Low-Roller

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    wow... that is a rare sight
     
  4. crapsaddict

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    thanks good to know that ahead of time. I probably will be at the Palace Station when I arrive on sunday watching the playoff games before i check in, so it will be nice to be able to compare my offshore lines for football and basketball to the ones in the sportsbook. As far as the rarity of no internet on my cell, I basically live with my computer at home, it is usually on my lap when I watch tv, etc., so when I do get out of the house it is a nice break, and also my cell costs me 5.99 a month.
     
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