Resorts World Las Vegas

Resorts World Las Vegas Poker Room Review

Resorts World Las Vegas is the newest mega-resort on the Las Vegas Strip. The resort sits at the northern end of Las Vegas Boulevard near the Stratosphere and houses multiple hotels, restaurants, and conference areas in addition to the gaming floor, sky casino, sportsbook, and poker room. The Resorts World Las Vegas poker room is not only the newest poker room on the strip, it is the first new poker room to open in Vegas in over fifteen years.

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Bally's Black Hawk Poker Room

Bally’s Black Hawk Poker Room Review

Bally’s Black Hawk Poker Room is housed in a moderate-sized casino in the striking setting of Black Hawk, Colorado.  Black Hawk and its contiguous neighbor Central City hold more than 18 casinos, four of which have poker rooms (The Monarch, Bally’s, Isle Casino, and Ameristar). We have previously described Black Hawk in detail. Please refer to one of our previous poker room reviews for more about the town.

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Horseshoe Council Bluffs Poker Room Review

The Horseshoe Council Bluffs poker room is housed in a moderate-sized full-service casino right on the Iowa/Nebraska border.  While traveling on our cross-country trip from Boston to Las Vegas, we decided to take a midday stop on one of the longest legs of our trip (the very straight, flat journey from Davenport Iowa to North Platte Nebraska). The casino was right off of our path on Route 80, so it could not have been more convenient.

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