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Last edit: philleo63 on Tuesday, 9th October 2012 7:16 am
Last response by SalSagev 10th October 6:41pm

First time poster headin to LV, from Virginia on Oct. 20 for 4 days. Stayin @ the Strat hopin the new renovations are sweet, but I just need a place to sleep (a little anyway.) Love poker, sports bettin, boozin, food, and fun. Would like some sports book recommendations for sunday morning. Hope I'll have a nice trip report to post...peace trippers

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 red32 responded on Tuesday, 9th October 2012

Lagasse's Stadium at the Venetian was alot of fun the one time I was there, almost more of a sports bar feel than sports book. MGM grand is the only other sports book I have been to and that was just to place bets.

 BillDonovan responded on Tuesday, 9th October 2012

Suggest getting your bets in for the NFL before Sunday, as the lines on Sunday morning can be quite long. Of all the Sports Books, recommend Aria, as it has the newer screens, and good drink service. But you have to go early to try to get a seat. The Cantor run sports books at the Venetian, Hard Rock, Palms, and Tropicana all have the new screens too which are awesome.

 CWatts26 replied on Tuesday, 9th October 2012

I liked the new Sports Book at the Trop, but their staff was really unfriendly last time I placed a bet there. Anybody have the same experience ?

 parchedearth responded on Tuesday, 9th October 2012

I recommend Mandalay or Bellagio. They both have various seating options, accessible bar, and don't get too overcrowded. The Strat actually has a decent sportsbook as long as you don't need food or lounge seating.

 SalSagev responded on Wednesday, 10th October 2012

Love hangin at the Bellagio sportsbook. Can't go wrong at Caesars either. And from the Strat, you are close enough to the LVH which has one of the classic Vegas books. Cheers!