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Which Slots Are Loosest Downtown?

Where: 18 East Fremont Street [map], 89101
March 29, 2011 at 11:55 AM | by | Comments (0)

While searching out eligible candidates for the Guide to Downtown Las Vegas we hung out at the Las Vegas Club. The impression we were left with was a rundown casino with a sports bar theme that seems as though someone lost their enthusiasm halfway through collecting memorabilia. Sure there are some cool items like a World Series bat collection from the 50s and several impressive autographs much older than us. But it felt as though once the memorabilia was placed it was somewhat forgotten.

Ultimately the LVC failed even a mention in our guide but we did walk away from our visits with two lasting items: that sports pic up there and the thought that if we had the means to buy one downtown casino this might be it. The basic theme could be improved upon and it's not like the walls were crumbling. And the fact that the fetish pit would come included didn't pass us by.

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Wanna Win at Slots? You Should Probably Head to The Palms

December 1, 2010 at 7:55 PM | by | Comments (3)

Most folk think slots are the quickest way to lose money in Vegas and in some cases, they may be right (we've also seen our money get taken away right quick at Texas Hold 'Em) but for those of us who are too drunk not brave enough to play the table games, slots are an easy and fun option for gambling.

Naturally, any granny worth her carton-a-week habit of Virginia Slims has her own tried and true picks for loosest slots in town but according to a recent slot machine study from the Las Vegas Advisor, The Palms may actually be the best.

“Based on what has been cited in other similar studies, it is fair for the Palms to claim its slots are 28.278 percent looser than Clark County and 36.856 percent looser than the Strip,” said Las Vegas Advisor publisher Anthony Curtis. “We have consistently ranked Palms at or near the top of previous reports we have published when comparing data, and our research further supports the reports’ conclusion.”

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