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Sports book or place to watch the NBA

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by tigers4life, May 18, 2017.

  1. TxTeach79

    TxTeach79 Tourist

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    Totally agree. It's out of the way, you never hear about it, but PH is decent. Mostly because you're steps from Earl of Sandwich and even better you are literally attached to Pin Up Pizza and right by Pink's. For watching a big game I'd still go Mirage and a few others, but there's not a thing wrong with PH's book - especially food wise.
     
  2. Roccoscollar

    Roccoscollar Low-Roller

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    As a sports bettor I'd suggest just making your bets and go to a place that's good watch games. if you've never been to a sports book then i get it. Go to Westgate or one of the big ones on the strip. After that you'll believe what I'm saying. Make your bets and go to the environment that's good for your crew. The books , in my opinion aren't worth their perceived value of experience.
     
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  3. tigers4life

    tigers4life Tourist

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    Thank you all. I will let you know what we do
     
  4. mraudit

    mraudit Low-Roller

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    I thought the golden nugget redid their books set up? Also, how does Elco's new casino bar? Would that be good for watching games?
     
    It's been to long baby.