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This beautiful resort on the far west side of the city is one of those Vegas casinos that attracts both locals and tourists. Boasting thousands of slot/video poker machines and table games including blackjack, baccarat, craps, poker and roulette, the casino at Red Rock Resort is sure to have everyone’s favorite game; there’s even a 610-seat bingo hall (with a non-smoking section) and a keno lounge. Non-smokers can also enjoy a game of poker in Red Rock Resort’s smoke-free poker room. A private high-limit room is available for high rollers, a mobile app is available for wagering and there’s a 206-seat race and sports book with a 96-foot video wall for sports fans to watch and bet on all the latest games.

The Palms recently underwent a renovation and is proudly re-claiming its reputation as a hip and trendy hang-out. With a location just off the Strip, the casino enjoys a clientele that includes locals as well as visitors. For Vegas casinos, a strong local presence is thought to give the players slightly better odds (although it’s worth noting that the house always has the advantage). The Palms claims to have the loosest slots in town, and with over 1,300 machines to choose from, you’ve got plenty of chances to find a winning one. A generously-sized casino floor is filled with a variety of games like Baccarat, blackjack, poker, roulette, and craps. High-stakes games include no-limit Texas Hold’em.

Just as you’d expect from a classic Las Vegas casino, The Mirage has the full array of expected games: blackjack, Baccarat, craps, roulette, a variety of poker and casino war. Guests can even enjoy non-smoking tables, once an unusual feature in Las Vegas but something more people are requesting. Slots range from a penny per play to $1,000. A full-service race and sports book will let you watch and wager on all the games, which are broadcast on huge 85′ HD projection screens. The Mirage’s poker room is consistently acknowledged as one of the preferred places to try your hand with Lady Luck, with Hold’em (limit and no limit), Omaha and 7 card stud available. Buy-ins range from single digits to $1,000+. Tournaments happen throughout the day with buy-ins starting at $65.