This thread is fascinating. It's very interesting the different responses you get to the question of "What is the worst casino in Las Vegas?" depending on each individual's priorities, idiosyncracies, etc. To some, it's a dingy, kitschy place like Circus Circus. To others, the "worst" casino is a fancy place where they feel out of place or looked down upon. For still others, it's big crowds, overly expensive food, lack of comps, or rude employees. For me, it's the place where I feel like I have the lowest chance of walking out alive, with my wallet, and un-sexually assaulted. By that definition, the Lucky Club in North Las Vegas edges out the Bighorn (also in North Las Vegas) by a nose, with no other casinos even close. Even the Longhorn, which has been discussed at great length in this thread, is a palace compared to the Lucky Club and the Bighorn in my eyes, because although it's a dump, it's in a much nicer neighborhood where I've never doubted that I'd make it back to my car with everything intact except my dignity.