Anything that happens in Las Vegas happens in this podcast, just ramblier.
As always, there's a lot of regaling in this episode. Mostly, about a surreal craps session with a high roller.
We also aimlessly roam around New York-New York, providing a virtual tour and cavalcade of thoughts about this iconic Strip casino.
We'd love to say it stops there, but we also talk how a focus on casino profit margins is ruining everything, along with the best magic shows in Las Vegas.
Just listen, it's a podcast, it's not about reading.
Dive headlong into another excrutiating episode of the Vegas podcast once described as "a brisk kick to the earholes, but not in a good way."
We chat with Amy Saunders about "Miss Behave's Mavericks" and a metric hell-ton of scoop, opinions and aimless meandering.
Vegas be kray. We'd go into more detail, but we're eating ice cream.
It's another whirlwind episode of the podcast you can't be truly fulfilled without.
We've got interviews with Jonathan Jossel, CEO of Plaza, talking about some big changes in the works for this downtown casino.
Next up is Derek Stevens, owned of Circa, The D and Golden Gate, as we chat about Sigma Derby, an old-school slot with a cult following at The D.
There's also a metric buttload of scoop, Vegas news and more.
Tons of scoop, a butt-load of news and an interview with someone who actually knows what he's talking about (Boss Cafe and Buddy V's Jersey Eats at Linq).
What a holy hell-ton of Las Vegas you're about to get stuffed into your auditory orifices.
We talk Tilman Fertitta's rumored new Strip casino, F1 in Vegas, concussionball trades, a new Vegas restaurant app called Neon Feast and more.
What an exciting aural adventure you're about to embark upon.
In this episode, we interview the head of the Enforcement Division of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, James Taylor, about a manhunt for a gambler who won $230,000 at TI and didn't know it.
Then we pivot to a chat with Vinny Guadagnino, star of "Jersey Shore," about his third stint in Chippendales at Rio.
All that, plus various and sundry scoops and news and listicles and, praise be, the mask mandate is done. Whatever a "sundry" might be.