would it be the peppermill, the atlantis, the GSR, the eldorado properties, or some other place? maybe even in tahoe? im wondering how to earn like 25 nites a month. i know in some places around the US people have lived in casino hotels for years basically, but not sure the easiest way to do it or where. except for coushatta in louisiana. they will give u rooms constantly. but the live poker sucks horrible there.
I would think this could be done pretty easily in Laughlin. Minimal play in any of their casinos seems to generate free room offers. Can't help you with Reno. There are also several weekly hotels in town that are much cleaner and safer than the ones in Vegas. Laughlin/Bullhead has a much finer underclass than Vegas does.
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weekly hotels in laughlin or reno? laughlin only has 1 weekly motel (rest are in arizona) and they wont rent to people without proof of income, unlike most motels. so its only the casinos. usually theyre not too expensive but still have resort fees. reno im curious which weekly motels u consider safe.
real reason i have little interest in laughlin is the poker there for $1-2 NL and up sucks horribly compared to reno
Oh by the way, if you play live poker, the Atlantis Poker room gives you $3 per hour on live play. Use to be $4 until the pandemic hit. They spread $1-2 NL daily and $4-8 limit hold Ďem. Lots of donkeys play there, Iím one of them
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was in there yesterday to play stud8. the pots are small not only in stud8 but also in the NL. people buyin much deeper at the GSR or Peppermill. also the atlantis quit doing any type of room offers for poker players. years ago they had rooms at times.
Looking for 25 free nights off of play? Thatís a lot. I donít recommend Elderado or Silver Legacy as they are Caesarís properties. I play at the Nugget in Sparks, the rooms are very nice and only cost $39 midweek. If you play high, get a host and they can work something out. Our PM me and I can get you set up with the host assuming your play is above avg. FYIÖ.itís not that hard to obtain the very top level there, Iím on pace to do it in 3 weeks. The reset on the players award was the 1st of April, you only need 40k points, Iím about 12k short.
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that $39 would be closer to $80 once resort fees and taxes are added. and Uber from sparks to atlantis or peppermill (for poker) is more all the way out in sparks. my host there is Bianca. i get 3 nites twice per month, and im able to use most weekends.
if im mainly playing a machine paying back a little over 98.5% how much do i need to run thru it to even a highest level card? i was on the bottom level being gone for 2 years and now im on level 3. (forget what its called) i think theres 5 levels, so 2 more levels above me. not the number of points but the estimated loss total in dollars to earn it.
id play more live blackjack since the 3-2 6 deck is dealt out 90% of the shoe, but dont want to be discovered i can count. plus its usually way too many people on the table. they never banned me for counting like 3 others have in reno because i hide it by doing plays which arent too wise.
Stud is NOT a popular game and is not a regular spread game at the Atlantis. No Limit, there are bad and great games. Just donít play during the day. Swing from 6-midnight is good on Fri and Sat night.
THE ROW downtown is a great value proposition with a little machine play. Try to make Diamond on VBJ or VP or slots ;). You will get waived resort fees and probably a ton of comped nights. Or you can use your reward dollars for rooms and food. Silver Legacy has nice rooms. Eldorado is being renovated, too. Never stayed in Circus Circus but I think they almost give those rooms away. Silver Legacy has a very underrated poker room as well.
Whats the best poker room in Reno, now? Atlantis, GSR, Peppermill, or SL? I think I would say Peppermill for promos and action. That's another good place to play for rooms/comps. They don't give much in cashback, though the monhtly bounceback offer can be good. Tons of slot tournaments, too.
I find the public transport in Reno to be quite decent. The 1 Virginia Street rapid bus is pretty good. And the free airport shuttles are nice, and frequent. A bike would actually be great for getting between the Pepp, Atlantis, Downtown, and even GSR/Nugget.