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Discussion in 'Casino Reviews' started by Craps Poopshoot, Sep 9, 2016.
The Golden Steer next door was Sinatra's steakhouse of choice. Had his own booth. Still there.
Looks like a big Chinese restaurant- " Sweet and sour pork " " Sweet and sour pork!"
Yes, Dave...they had that going too.
Great pics TD !!!
Looks like there are only a few person playing in the picture. The place is great since its a new casino. I'm thinking of making a visit for my self and see if this one is a good one or not.
Just beware...no craps.
no craps table in a new huge las vegas casino? interesting. are they waiting to put them in, because isn't this the hotel that caters to Asians? When Im in vegas, half the players at the table are Asian.
I don't think they are putting in craps tables. Baccarat, blackjack, roulette and a few poker games. Not sure why craps was excluded.
The place is OK...a bit remote. Small footprint. I went. Don't think I would go back.
Brand new and some interesting architecture and sculptures....beyond that? Eh.
Who said you can't make money in the casino!!???
The CEO of The Lucky Dragon put his home on the market..
Just the utility bill for that place would bankrupt me.
Im sure one of the self claimed dice influencing coaches/teacher/school owner will snatch that baby up as an investment property and rent it out.
whats 6 million to someone who can win whenever they want at the dice table.
hey TD! do you live next door to that house?
After 4 months of being open, The Lucky Dragon is tweaking their floor plan. Seems to be working.
Well, maybe it's not working.
Sounds like it is struggling. I went once. Location is eh. Parking is tight. I don't see myself going back.
When we stopped by Lucky Dragon early in the afternoon on a Thursday last month, there were only a few people gambling. Nobody was playing in the "high-roller" room. First off, the location isn't great. It's close enough to SLS to walk, but SLS doesn't generate enough traffic for its own table games & slots. Actually, that whole end of the Strip doesn't have enough walk-up traffic. And since Lucky Dragon operates its own player rewards program, there isn't an existing customer base to tap into. Big mistake IMO. As a result, I had zero incentive to gamble there.
We dined at Pearl Ocean and the food was very good. At this point, that would be the reason for a visit (perhaps along with the Interblock electronic craps machine).
IM hoping the new casino up in kiamesha lake ny, caters to the jews a little.
matzoh ball soup, potato pancakes, kugel, and a late night bagel deli with good coffee
I can just see the people talking about it now.2 middle aged jewish women talking
hey, how did you do at the new casino in the catskills?
eh, lousy, lost 500 dollars.
omg, that's horrible.
no, it wasn't that bad, the dealer who wiped out my bankroll is a nice jewish boy and I set him up with my daughter.
there are enough noodle bars in every casino, someone needs to change up something.
Dealers don't count. They're gonna try a new twist Py-Gow, craps.
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