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Question of the Day February 24, 2017


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Q:

I am coming to Vegas in May and was wondering what Strip casinos offer craps lessons.

A:

It wasn’t long ago that most of the major casinos offered live and up-close lessons on how to play all the table games, but the list keeps shrinking.

More lessons are available if you’re willing to go downtown or to the locals casinos, but we’ve confirmed crap lessons at the following four Strip casinos:

Circus Circus daily at 12:30 p.m.

Excalibur daily at noon and 8 p.m.

Luxor daily at noon.

Venetian Sunday-Friday 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.

UPDATE: 02-24-2017  "South Point also offers crap lessons."

Yes, we know about South Point, but we didn't include it, because it's not on the Strip proper. With transportation, South Point is a great place to go, for crap lessons or anything else.


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