Last Friday night, my wife and I went down to Tunica to Horseshoe for the Price is Right Live show. I had gotten tickets from my guy at Horseshoe a few weeks earlier. We didn't want to drive back home after the show. So, I had booked a comp room at Tunica Roadhouse. it's just out one door and across the drive from Horseshoe. The wife is funny about heights in hotels, etc. sometimes and I couldn't depend on Horseshoe having a lower floor non-smoking room. Roadhouse is only 6 floors and we ended up on 5. Had reservations at Binion's Steakhouse before the show. This was my third time there and it was better than I remembered. I used my Diamond 100.00 Celebration certificate and our meal come out to 103.00! Even had leftovers including dessert that we took back to the room and put in the fridge so we could take it home Saturday. The Price is Right Live was fun. Neither of us had our names called to participate. I was picked a few years back in Vegas when they had the show at Bally's. Didn't win anything. This time the biggest winner got a trip to Vegas with airfare and Room at Paris. They have the craziest procedures for pre-show registration though. We had to wait in two different lines to get our tickets at the box office and get our name tags and to line up to enter the theater. Seemed really mismanaged. But, they run this show every night in a different town so they must think it's a good system. No luck on the gambling front. Went to Gold Strike for a short while as well as Horseshoe and Roadhouse. As we were going through Horseshoe after dinner, I had noticed a "carousel" of Triple Cash .50 machines that usually pays off before they get to about 8000.00 on the progressive payout They were up to 8400.00 and I thought about hitting it up later. After the show, we were going past them and damned if it had reset to 5000.00. Just in that length of time somebody had won the progressive...it should have been me! Had a good stay at Roadhouse. Rooms are good size and they have a sort of gaudy in-room spa tub. The bathrooms are top notch just like some of the nicer ones in Vegas resorts, surprisingly. We had breakfast at the Atrium Café at Gold Strike the next morning and went home. It was a fun quickie overnight getaway.