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Show Overview: Coach Fav and Janie discuss both the highs and lows of their week in Las Vegas, including moments when they were “chewing out of their cage.” Many are upset with the changes in Las Vegas since the reopening after the Pandemic Shutdown. Let’s start with restaurant pricing, charging for pool chairs, little free parking, wait time when attempting to call the front desk or any other area of the casino. Yet the magic of Las Vegas remains. At least Casinos USA still finds it. The Fremont Street Death March points to a classic mistake in Vegas; that is, disregard for the outside temperatures. Please consider Casinos USA advice on where to stay for games at Allegiant Stadium. We also recommend a great restaurant (Irish Pub) and a specific hotel tower to request if one enjoys the pools at Luxor, a casino hotel that is amazing for not skimping on free chairs poolside. Consider the advantages of doing Vegas with great friends. We encourage it.
Coach Fav explains how he won a craps challenge against a working casino dealer at a neutral casino. Get the details on his 15-6 strategy, one that has been good to Coach Fav over the years. Coach Fav is the originator of 3-2-1 Craps, but he used a different strategy to win the competition with the Vegas Casino Dealer.
The sports betting mania is also covered. The “free seats” in Sports Books are gone with few exceptions. Coach Fav also presents his college and NFL picks for Sept. 25 and 26. As usual his picks are for recreational enjoyment and should not be followed by betting real money. Remember that the Raider QB, Derek Carr, is the real deal – one of the most accurate passers in the league.
Finally, Coach Fav and Janie agree with Travel Ruby of YouTube fame and give one MAJOR reason for not staying at Harrah’s despite the great suite that they enjoyed while there.
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