I walked there from the Venetian tonight. Place is dead for 9PM on a Saturday night. Maybe a dozen machine plays available with only a few being worth your time. But IMO those machines will be played so little that this will mostly be a waste of time unless there are other things going on there.
We missed visiting the new Lucky Dragon Casino on our recent Apr 2017 trip. Shucks! Has anybody been there since the Dec 2016 opening? Some comments or pics to share?Quote: lll
It needs a forum :)
I went there yesterday. It's in it's soft opening right now. Grand opening December 3rd.
Quick review: it's amazingly beautiful. All Asian & lucky red/gold themed throughout. Small elegant space, fantastic restaurants.
Mostly baccarat. $10 gets you a face-up game played on a midi table. $50 gets you a Macau-style game in the high limit room where you can bend the cards. $100 gets you a Macau-style game in the cavernous VIP room on the second floor, which is more private.
Blackjack pays 3-2, no surrender, no RSA, yes DS. I think that makes it 0.66% house advantage. No craps. Casino Hold 'em, Asia poker, 3 card poker. I didn't see Pai Gow or Pai Gow Poker or Sic Bo, but I assume they were there somewhere since it's Asian themed. Slots are the giant screen type. Less of the floor is slots than is typical in Vegas. The VP is a great deal. Jacks or Better pays 9/5 for 25 cents throughout the casino, including at the bars! Staff is mostly Asian and all are very friendly.