Which Casinos Have The Most And Least Action??
Started by Romaman on Wednesday, 19th December 2012 12:48 pm
I've always been interested in which casinos have the most action. I know it changes all the time but there are some joints out there where people are always there while at others seems like a ghost town all the damn time.
For me, I think that Caesars is always always packed due to obvious reasons (location, icon, etc.) and Luxor always seems dead to me but maybe it changes?? I'm not sure
Whats your take?
Last response by jinx73 21st December 6:19am
Chuckmonster responded on Wednesday, 19th December 2012
depends on how you measure this... sheer # of players, % win per handle, drop per table position, earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization or a combination or a cherry pick of the above.
levans responded on Thursday, 20th December 2012
I think a lot of it has to do with the vibe of the place. The venues with more options seem to have more crowded casinos. Caesars has a lot of places to go to if you dont plan on gambling but what is there inside of Luzor that would make you want to go in there? Carrot Top only has so many fans.
MinVegas responded on Thursday, 20th December 2012
Stay in a casino from after dinner until the sun comes up. You can watch the crowds assemble and go away. By 5AM any joint is just the guys soaping the carpets.
detroit1051 replied on Thursday, 20th December 2012
"By 5AM any joint is just the guys soaping the carpets."
And, the hookers having an after work drink at the bar.
adztheman responded on Thursday, 20th December 2012
If you want a nice quiet casino, Tuscany, which is down the street from Terribles, is as empty as can be..
Harrahs is packed 24 hours a day...why..I have no idea..
Venetien can be very quiet during the day...go in an play on a Saturday night and the joint is packed..
levans responded on Friday, 21st December 2012
Venetian could be quiet because they dont want to wake up Sheldon Adelson.
jinx73 responded on Friday, 21st December 2012
As others have mentioned, results are going to vary, with time of year, conventions, etc.
For me, if I'm looking at one casino that is consistently busy, the title would go to MGM. To me it has the perfect mix of house shows, revolving acts, clubs, restaurants, etc, that seems to make it consistently the most busy from my perspective.
Caesars would be a close second.