Few casinos offer the limits or the atmosphere of Caesars; when there’s a big fight in town, limits on the main floor can go through the roof. The sports book is one of the liveliest spots to watch the action, and accepts some of the biggest bets. You get a good view of the baccarat pit, an intimate nook where huge wagers are common. And for the boldest of slot players, the $500 machine, with a $1 million jackpot, uses gold-plated tokens. (Caveat: it pays a winning spin of only two $500 coins; for every other payback, the machine locks and an attendant hand-pays, for tax-paperwork purposes.) The high-limit slots are in the Palace Casino near the main entrance; blackjack pits and slots in the Forum Casino offer slightly lower limits.
Games: Baccarat ($100–$15,000); Big Six; blackjack ($5–$10,000); Caribbean stud; casino war; craps (3x, 4x, 5x; from $10); keno; Let it Ride; mini baccarat ($25–$5,000); pai gow poker; pai gow tiles; poker (62 tables); roulette (single zero & double zero); Spanish 21; three-card poker
|Venue name:||Caesars Palace casino||Contact:|
3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at W Flamingo Road|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 202/self-parking & valet parking Las Vegas Boulevard South or S Industrial Road.|