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Las Vegas Sports Books Review – Part 2

You know where to go to watch March Madness. And you know how to do it on a budget to maximize your fat stack of cash. You and your pals won big at the Blackjack table and avoided blowing it all at Happy Ending’s Massage Parlor. You’re on a March Mission of Madness but now you just want to get down to business. You need a sports book. Las Vegas sports books. You need the best damn sports books in Vegas.

Oh hey, what a coincidence. It’s the 2nd installment of Chris Sharp’s Las Vegas Sports Books Reviews. 

(If you missed part one of our series on Las Vegas Sports Books Reviews, check it out here.)

Reviewing Las Vegas Sports Books Continued:

Wynn Las Vegas Sports Book

wynn las Vegas sports booksLocated in the middle of the main casino, the Wynn Las Vegas Sports Book is the epitome of Vegas luxury. For the gentleman high-roller, the Wynn’s dark wood and leather swivel chairs let you sit back and take in the game on one of 52 big screens — or one of the three 20 x 20’ screens. Every seat lets you use their Interactive Personal Terminal so you don’t have to get up to hit the betting window.

The Wynn Sports Book offers the standard fair of straight up wagering, money lines, totals, and prop bets. If the game’s not on, be sure to check out the unique futures betting on horse races.

Don’t eat too much. You’re definitely going to want to hit Allegra next door for their succulent 14-oz. veal chop parmigiano.

Caesar’s Palacecaesar's las vegas sports books

You can’t go wrong at Caesar’s Palace — plus you never know who you might run into. Drawing in shlebs and celebs alike, Caesar’s Palace pretty much defines Vegas and the Vegas sports book scene. The “Home of Champions” has played host to some of the most memorable fights and shows in history, and their “megabook”-style sports book doesn’t disappoint in the least.

With 223 TVs, 18 big screens, as well as six, I don’t know, “bigger” screens (measuring 12×15 feet), there’s literally nowhere you can look and not see a monitor. Caesar’s Palace’s Sport Book offers all of the betting options you would expect for every sport you can imagine.

With its killer furnishings, giant TVs — not to mention cocktails for tips, I wouldn’t mind making the “Home of Champions” my very own home sweet home.


The Bellagiobellagio las vegas sports books

Only the Bellagio could make replacing a legend like The Dunes hotel look easy. Elegant, luxurious, perfect service–not to mention actually helpful service–the Bellagio sports book is the perfect spot to hunker down and watch the game. And if you’re ready to drop some serious cash, this is the place to do it.

Almost 100 individual racing monitors, 7 big screens for racing, plus another 6 ridiculously huge screens for sports, oh plus 38 sports bar flat screens.  This place is a freaking sports betting paradise.

The Bellagio’s betting menu offers the usual lines, futures, and props as well as unique, seasonal bets like over/under on errors in a baseball game.

Up next …

Stay tuned to BettingSports.com for our next installment of Las Vegas Sports Books reviews. You know … right after we check out that Happy Ending’s Massage Parlor …

By Chris Sharp, Certified 12-Time Veteran of Las Vegas March Madness and Sports Wagering

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