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Las Vegas Sports Books Review – Part 3

Las Vegas Sports Books Review – Part 3

Hey folks, we’re back with part 3 of our review of the best Las Vegas sports books. Just in time, too, because  who isn’t chomping at the proverbial bit to fill out their brackets, get into their favorite sports book and watch the game in style in Vegas?

In the past, we’ve dropped knowledge on the best venues to watch March Madness and, even better, how to cash in. This series aims to make sure you wind up in the right sports book for the right occasion on your next trip to Vegas.

And to start part 3 off, I give you the Superbook.


Westgate Las Vegas

One of the largest Las Vegas sports books, the Westgate Superbook is 30,000 feet of bettor’s dream. Sounds cliche but the Superbook features a 220 foot long, 20 foot high LED video wall, over 300 seats and a 75 foot long sports ticker that spans the room.

That’s crazy.

Big spenders can relax in the VIP section in leather armchairs, betting on sports to horse races from around the country to tennis to rugby. It’s all there and it’s waiting for you to throw down and win big.


The Venetian

Mt. Rushmore. Madison Square Gardens. Mardi Gras in New Orleans. The Venetian. The Venetian is up there as one of those places in the U.S. you gotta see some day.

The Venetian’s sports book was renovated in 2011 and upgraded with CG Technology with 118 personal betting stations. You can feast your eyes the game or the race on a 100 foot long screen and make your bets without getting up.

Good luck with that though, as Noodle Asia restaurant next door serves up ridiculous Dim Sum and Black Pepper Beef Medallions.


The Golden Nugget

The Golden Nugget, aside from sporting the best goddamn hotel name in Vegas, is an old-school sports book with a fresh look and classy feel you need to visit, especially if you’re into college football as it releases point spreads before the other sports books.

It may not be the biggest, it may not be the flashiest, but this sports book is cozy. Its circular booths and couches give it the feel of a living room. If only my living room had 57 plasma TVs.

The Golden Nugget is calling you … “come home …”


Next up

Look for more Las Vegas Sports Books coming to you soon as we wrap up our series.

Here’s the links if you missed part 1 or part 2.

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

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