I guess it’s only natural: Because I spend so much time in casinos, playing high-limit slots, people are always asking me which are my favorite ones. My answer? There are too many amazing casinos to list in one short conversation (or blog post), so let’s just start with three for now: You probably already know that I love The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas (because you’ve surely seen me play there often on my YouTube channel), as well as one of the local casinos here in Colorado, The Lodge. But if you’ve been watching more recently, you’ve also seen my incredible recent experiences playing slots (and high-limit blackjack) at the legendary Caesars Palace, too. So why do I love these places? Sit back, take a load off, and I’ll explain.
I have a special place in my heart for Cosmo because it was really the first Las Vegas casino that ever let me (or anyone, if I’m not mistaken) film slot play on a casino floor. But that’s just the start of it. If it were just penny slots at Cosmo, that wouldn’t mean much to me. REMEMBER: I. Only. Play. High. Limit. Slots. And Cosmopolitan has a great high-limit room. Plus, with their Fastpay system, I get to avoid the typical paperwork associated with big jackpots – I get to just keep on playing while everything gets processed. And did you know that they offer the highest play-back? They give you 80 cents per point, and 10,000 points gets you $1,000 in free play. What more could I want?
Well, maybe something a little closer to home from time to time. Vegas is fun, but I don’t want to get on a plane every time I feel like playing slots. Lucky for me, The Lodge, here in Colorado, isn’t too far from me at all. Whenever I’m feeling up for it, I just hop in the Lambo, and I’m ready for high-limit slot play in short order. Also, because I’m at The Lodge so often, I’ve really developed a great relationship with the staff there. They always treat me right, and I wholeheartedly appreciate that. And with their very nice play-back bonus, you really can’t go wrong.
Fortunately, I’ve also recently developed great relationships with some people over at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, too. The history at this place is just insane. When they first opened in 1966, I wonder if they ever imagined what it would become today. 3,960 hotel rooms? That’s just crazy. Frank Sinatra used to perform there. Same with Liberace, Dean Martin, Judy Garland – the list goes on and on. When you walk in, it just feels like you’re part of Las Vegas history. But it doesn’t stop there… Next time you’re in Vegas, ask around about the best buffet in the city. More often than not, people will tell you to check out Bacchanal Buffet, which is located inside – you guessed it – Caesars Palace. With everything going on in the world right now, the buffet is temporarily closed, but when they re-open, I’ll be first in line. In the meantime, I’ll surely continue to stay – and shoot high-limit slot videos – at Caesars. And they even let me film high-limit blackjack there too. Can you believe it? That’s rare for any casino to allow, let alone one of the most renowned in the industry.
So, whether I’m at Caesars, Cosmo, or back home near The Lodge, I can always find top quality slot machines at a place with top quality people and amenities, and I’ll forever be grateful for that. There are several other fantastic casinos that come to mind too, but I’m exhausted, so maybe I’ll explore those in a future blog post instead.