The plexiglass is up but face masks are not required at this Florida poker room. Here is why I will not be joining this herd.
Gaming commissions and control boards are coming up with plans for how casinos and poker rooms in Las Vegas, St. Louis, and elsewhere might reopen — but I remain very skeptical. Read on.
My thoughts on whether poker players would return to live games if the tables were redesigned to have plexiglass between and in front of all the participants.
Casinos in Las Vegas, which are losing a couple million bucks a day, are beseeching the governor of Nevada to allow them to re-open as soon as possible. Would I go play there, or in the St. Louis area, or anywhere else? Read on.
A few stories from a recent weekend in Las Vegas with my wife and daughter, including a stunning state park visit, a Harry Potter show, & a magical night of card tricks and mentalism.
Fresh from another trip to Sin City, some observations about security theater, party girl dresses, and smoking at the pool — plus two good Italian restaurants I recommend.
I got into an elevator and noticed something I’ve rarely seen — a button for the 13th floor. Hurray for a nonsense-free building! Oh, wait, it’s a casino. Read more here.
Some leftover observations from my recent trip to the World Series Of Poker, including a suggestion for ride share drivers, a chip-runners heads-up, and table talk that should be allowed in one specific casino.