Found sumthin for you here.
Looks like the address was actually on E. Freemont.
I don't think this is the place I'm talking about. The location isn't right. Perhaps the Nevada Club is not the name of the place I'm trying to remember. I'm certain about the location in my post though.
There may have been several casinos in the area that operated under that name, but that was before I first visited the city. One of my resources says that the Las Vegas edition of the Nevada Club opened in 1932 and closed in 1969. Another says that the Nevada Club opened in 1960. At least one says that it was on the southwest side of Fremont street and was replaced in an expansion of the Golden Nugget.
The place I'm trying to recall was on Main Street and was there in the mid- to late '70s. About two blocks (behind) the Golden Gate. It had the lowest table limits that I ever recall seeing.
The only two directly on Main St that I can recall from the early 80's were both North of Fremont, the Las Vegas Club and the California Club. ***EDIT*** Was the Union Plaza on Main St. ? (The RR Station) Forgot about that one, and gambled there quite a bit as opposed to LVC & Calif.
I'm almost sure the Union Plaza was on the end of Fremont Street. Was. Really? It's gone? Crud. I really liked that place.