The MGM has four gaming areas (Entertainment, Hollywood, Monte Carlo and Sports) in which you’ll find all the games, including Spanish 21. It’s the largest casino in Las Vegas and boasts hundreds of tables. Table minimums can go down to $10 on weekdays, but most are higher; in the pit, you’ll find $25 minimums and $15,000 maximums. There’s also a large race and sports book with floor-to-ceiling screens, one of the best poker rooms in town, and 3,700 slots, from a nickel to $500.
Games: Baccarat ($100–$15,000); blackjack ($10–$10,000); casino war; craps (3x, 4x, 5x; from $5); Crazy 4 poker; keno; Let it Ride; mini baccarat ($2–-$15,000); pai gow poker; pai gow tiles; poker (22 tables); roulette (single zero & double zero); three-card poker.
|Venue name:||MGM Grand casino|
3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South
|Cross street:||at E Tropicana Avenue|
|Transport:||Bus Deuce, 201/self-parking Las Vegas Boulevard South, Koval Avenue or E Tropicana Avenue/valet parking E Tropicana Avenue.|