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The Silver Club Casino


The Book is run by Leroy's Sports Book and is easy to get to. This is the best place to go if you want to make a bet and not wait in a line. It is also the best place to watch a game if you do not like big crowds. The Sports Book is very clean and it is not too smoky, very important if you are a non-smoker. The Silver Club Sports Book is located on the top floor, which is also home to 2 nice bars, several big screens, TV's throughout the top floor, pool tables, and slot machines.

The staff is very friendly and rewards you with a drink toke or two on almost every bet made. The drinks are only $1 during the games, which makes it nice to drink as much as you want and not lose all your winnings in the process.

This might not seem like a big deal but it is very nice not to feel like a vagrant when you make a bet by having to ask for a drink ticket. It is also nice to have people waiting on you and treat you the way a customer should be treated. There are other places that make it a big deal to give out drinks to their customers. Why? I have no idea, if anything, they should be handing them out like water hoping that you stay and come back up to the window with a few in you and make the mistake of picking winners in your intoxicated state. Which I might add is the reason they feed you drinks while at the tables. This could be devastating to a gambler, so please be smart in your investments.

You are also only a three minute walk to John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino which is home to the Club Cal Neva Sports Book.

The Silver Club Casino is a great place to bet and visit when in town. Locals use the easy access to make a bet and get on their way home. Locals also go to the Silver Club when they want to relax in a clean atmosphere and enjoy a drink while they watch the games. Visitors are made to feel like locals at the Silver Club.

We will review the table limits and the hotel at a later date.

Leo Mendelsohn
Thehooks
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