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4th Times the Charm: Six Days, Six Nights in Vegas (May 9-15)

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  1. joshj

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    It is! Thanks for the check-in :) I need to catch things up but this has been an amazing trip. Lots of photos and experiences to share. The gambling this trip has also been quite solid. And I got in a couple of new Vegas experiences already! Here is one that just happened an hour ago:

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    Now that I know this there’s no going back for me :)
     
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    Was nice meeting you! Look forward to a recap!
     
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    hey Josh - it's Noelle - thanks again for teaching me craps :) I'm a lousy dice thrower but had a blast none the less :)
    BTW MGM Springfield is opening August 24 - let's plan to try and go opening weekend or shortly thereafter :)
     
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    So attempting to do a live TR was a bit of a bust. Had it been a normal trip, I probably would've kept up, but the Brian Christopher event threw me off for two reasons:

    --So much to do in such a short time!
    --I made quick friends with some people I'd been talking to forever online, which led to more hanging out and less gambling.

    So, I'll start to recap and post it in roughly trip order, to take a page from the very talented @royalflusher.

    Some misc. Thursday notes to wrap up:

    --I filmed a 1x1 video with Brian that will eventually show up on his channel. We played Pac-Man Wild Edition, a game that usually treats me well. Hint: Not so much this time, but that's helpful for an element of Friday's story.

    --I met @pinkflamingo and her husband in person downtown Thursday evening; we live in the same state yet hadn't met until this trip. We were fast friends and I'm sure we'll meet up again soon enough.

    --Another slot channel, The Bingo King, had a gathering at The D Thursday night, and his host took amazing care of us. I'm really impressed with The D overall and I had a great time downtown overall and at The D when there.

    EDIT: I also wanted to include this but to avoid jumping around, just editing this post. I actually won on one of those "free" slot spin machines outside the downtown casinos. I won $25 in free play at the Four Queens. It was already pretty late in the day, but I was only the sixth person, if that gives you an idea of how often they actually provide a prize.

    Friday up next!
     
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    Oh, one last Thursday element. Before heading downtown, since my 1x1 with Brian was at the Cosmo, I hit a couple of bonuses and thought, "Hey, why don't I record them?" Well, this is probably why.



    Maybe it'll go better the second time?



    One last time, attempted downtown, with @pinkflamingo, while playing video poker:



    Recording was a fun attempt, but I don't think I'll be starting a slot channel anytime soon...
     
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    Friday was a pretty busy day. I worked my half day before starting the actual activities. First up was a trip to Scientific Games, who kindly gave us a presentation and a tour. They let us photograph certain games that were already making their way out. They're an interesting company with a number of different divisions now.

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    Some of the older games are getting re-established on newer hardware. My locals have been ripping out the old WMS machines quickly, which given their age isn't surprising, but such a scenario also means the old games are gone along with them unless they reboot them. It looks like they're taking that approach.

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    Jungle Wild high limit I saw at Bellagio, so they're definitely making their way out there. Nice to see this one get a new lease on life.

    It's not surprising to learn they're avid slot players too - I'm sure you have to be to be able to enjoy working in that sort of field.

    It was a really nice visit and they gave us a small swag bag of branded items to bring home, which was cool.

    We then headed to the Cosmopolitan, where there were three scheduled group pulls. Each person put in $200. The results will of course be posted to his channel later, so I won't speak to that, but I did want to get revenge on that Pac-Man machine from the day before, so I gave it another go while waiting for my turn. The bonus features began triggering with a nice regularity, but not before I had put $200 into the machine on max bet. I hit my first bonus on the last pull of that second hundred. The wheel spinner came up a few times in short order after that:





    I got my money back and a little more, which I'll take.

    Then it was my group's turn, and @pinkflamingo was in my group! So we got to hang a bit again.

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    After the pull I hung out a bit longer and sat down at a classic 5-reel Quick Hit machine again. Once again, they seemed to like me:

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    I'll take it! With that, I wrapped up at the Cosmo. A few of us decided to have dinner at the Planet Hollywood buffet. This was my first Vegas buffet and I wasn't all that impressed, but I wasn't going to miss out on a group dinner outing.

    After dinner the Brian Christopher schedule had a mentalist show which was entertaining enough, and then some of us in the group organized a mini group pull at MGM Grand that ended at 0. I also did not have much luck at MGM, losing a few hundred in short order, including another tiny group pull that was so bad we started celebrating the losses just so we could have more fun (we're a weird bunch). So I called it a night with the group.

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    I admired the giant Hooters from the MGM monorail stop before taking the monorail back up towards my room at Caesars. Before heading back for the night, I decided to make a quick pit stop within Flamingo while cutting through. I stopped at the craps table for a bit. Out of 10 people I would happily never play craps with at a table, 5 were at this table at Flamingo. Everything from shooting poorly so the dice kept going everywhere, to getting excited when more than two rolls in after establishing a point, to sloooooow betting when the table was half full. I gave up after my turn shooting in frustration, down $100 and up a bit in temper. I had better luck with the slots. Carmen's another one of those games I can't find many places but I enjoy when I play:

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    I called it a night shortly after that. It was a fun day overall, and all things factored in I only lost a couple hundred, keeping me up on the trip so far.
     
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    A few more pictures taken Thursday and Friday...

    The view from my Caesars room

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    Walking around on the strip

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    Driving to Downtown

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    Binion's, where I had an epic craps run last year...

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    And the 4 Queens, which usually treats me well too!

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    Walking back to my room Friday night... the Flamingo, post disappointing craps session.

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    Looks like you are having a great time. Best wishes.
     
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    Saturday was quite the day. It started at 11:30 with many of the Brian Christopher crew at a drag brunch at Senor Frog's. Now, I've attended many a drag event, and done a number of drag brunches, so it wasn't mind blowing for me or anything, but the performers were good and the show above average. The only problem was it was a room of 200, and so inevitably when a drag performer was working the room, your back would be to them for a good chunk of a number. Fortunately they set things up in 10 minute sets so you'd get some stage visibility and such.

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    Next up was another group pull at the Cosmopolitan with the Brian Christopher crew - this time it was $100 Wheel of Fortune. Again, won't share the results, but that will likely be the first and only time I ever push that button :)

    While awaiting the final outcome of our group, I sat down and played some 100-play video poker. Got my first 2 cent royal.

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    I then walked with a couple of the others in our group down to New York-New York to check in to my room.

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    View from my room - best view I've had in four stays there.

    My Caesars room was covered until Monday morning, but I booked the room down there with some overlap to take advantage of an offer and to ensure if I was on the MGM side and overly tired (many of them were staying there) I didn't have so far to go. I claimed my $75 freeplay, as well as an additional $75 through MyVegas, converted it into $200 (most of it off the last $50) and moved on.

    We then walked next door to Park MGM to check out how it's coming along, played a short session of craps (nothing much to write home about there), and took the monorail over to Bellagio.

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    View from the monorail station at Bellagio.

    We took a look at their current setup:

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    We then headed back to my room to grab my costume, which was for the next event, a costume party at Planet Hollywood. It was sponsored by the Jackpot Party team (the old Phantom Efx, now the SG Interactive crew), in a lounge area especially for the event, and everyone was dressed up as characters from Jackpot party games. Here's me (Robin Hood, without the Golden Arrow - I doubt that would be TSA approved) and Brian Christopher (Zeus):

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    Now, this was an open bar for four hours - the drinks were small and not heavy, so I felt pretty good on my way out of there. I've heard some great stories about barely remembered mischief from other attendees, so I made it out pretty unscathed all things considered.

    Except... @tringlomane had scheduled the TAG Bar goodbye for that night too, so I headed over there to check it out. It was great to meet him and a few others, but I will be completely honest when I say I have patchy memory of that portion of the evening, and I don't recall leaving there at all. What I do remember:

    --Shoveling $20s to one of those people that massage you while you're at the bar or table or wherever you happen to be. Pretty sure I kept her going for nearly an hour.

    --I kept marveling about how much I had run up the balance on the machine. I couldn't remember at the time why, but I apparently had the mind to take at least one photo that helped explain how it happened:

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    I clearly didn't remember I was also playing STP, which could give you stronger swings when the multipliers hit just so.

    --I was not of the mindset to pay attention to the fact that I just missed a tier bonus :(

    Since I don't remember leaving, I apologize if I didn't say goodbye to anyone. I also apologize if I was not on good behavior - on the rare instance where this happens to me I'm told I'm fun and then I'm sleepy, so I hope it paced out similarly. I also hope I didn't prove a burden to anyone.

    The Fitbit says I was in bed by 2:30, which bore out with a purchase I made at the Essentials shop a bit before, which I also don't remember. But more on that in tomorrow's post.
     
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    More scenes from Saturday - I set a new record in steps (says my Fitbit) with more than 27,500. Two years ago my company had one of those step competitions just as I was going to Vegas for work, which is where I had set my previous record of 26,000. So beat it by nearly a mile!

    First up, Mirage, walking to Drag Brunch from Caesars:

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    Then Bellagio on the way back to Cosmopolitan:

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    As Brian Christopher was preparing for the Group Pull, he leaned in to tell us something. The lighting was deliciously creepy so I asked him to hold on and I got this awesome photo:

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    I feel like everyone has some version of this photo who goes to Cosmopolitan - as this was my first visit, I took mine:

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    I must be one of the few people who leave the New York area, go to Vegas, and then stay at New York-New York :)

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    Sunday will be posted soon!
     
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    Great report!!!
     
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    Sunday. Oh Sunday. I woke up the first time at 10:30. (You know it's gonna be good when that's how it starts.)

    As I mentioned Saturday, I don't remember getting back to my room, but am happy I'm there. And my alarm went off, meaning I was coherent enough to set it for that time given I had an event with the Brian Christopher crew scheduled for 11:30 (scavenger hunt). I mulled around for about 10 minutes, decided sleep was more valuable than the scavenger hunt, and set the alarm for 2:30. Before I do, I notice:

    --The water (Voss) and soda I bought the night before. The lid of the bottle is cracked in many, many places - practically crumbling. I definitely dropped it on the way back to the room (possibly multiple times - definitely multiple times) or once I got in the room.

    --My wallet was on the floor, with a bunch of my players cards strewn around.

    --My clothes were all over the place.

    --My throat was killing me. When I drink a lot of hard liquor, I sleep soundly, but tend to snore hard, and the result is needing what feels like 100 gallons of water to soothe my throat.

    --I still had most of my money. I didn't go crazy while drinking, which was a good thing. Although usually I tend to get more conservative in betting when I'm drinking, for whatever reason. At this point in the trip I was down just $250, a massive victory given how my previous Vegas trips had gone.

    As it turns out I wasn't the only one with selective memory of the night before. I am still hearing stories about this limo a group of them rented, and apparently they were waving signs outside the windows, couldn't remember who paid who, don't even know how they got into a limo, etc. We clearly had a good time with the open bar :)

    Back to sleep for me. I woke back up at 2 and feel much more human. I decide to leave my cocoon and try to get myself moving a bit. I stop at Starbucks, where I had hit a couple of previous trips, and the guy's making small talk with me as he had every visit, but I could tell he was looking me over and seeing I was barely human at that point. I'm sure he sees it a lot in Vegas :)

    My gambling starts with a quick round on one of the newer Quick Hit machines, which gives me some play.

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    This was followed by a very quick routing at video poker - $350 in short order without much of anything to show for it. Time to move on.

    I crossed over to Bellagio to get a little MLife play going since I had my New York-New York room going. I saw better luck, courtesy of Fu Dao Le:

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    My next stop was a four-person buffet at Paris at 6 p.m. with three friends from the group. We had planned the dinner well in advance; what I hadn't realized at the time was two of them, who were visiting from Hungary, had mapped out a gigantic plan to hit buffets twice a day for over a week for either cheap or free, along with a lot of other food items. This detail will begin to become important as we move into the final days.

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    In the meantime, I arrived at Paris a bit early, so I took another swing at my beloved Power Spins machines, and they were kind to oblige once more:

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    The Power Spins machines got moved to right under one of the Eiffel Tower legs, which makes for an interesting view if you look up:

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    I then met the group for dinner. Since the fourth of our group had kindly covered my buffet Friday, I covered his. Even with Diamond card, two buffets were $80. But we got crazy great service and the food was good. This would prove to be the most I would spend on food the entire trip, and that point, given my last real meal was the drag brunch the day before, I was totally fine with both paying for it and eating half of the food they had there. The server brought over hot crab legs which was awesome.

    After the dinner, we had a mini-group pull planned with a number of us from the group. Brian showed up and took part. The session was recorded and I'll share once posted, but it was a decent outcome. A number of us then proceeded to hang out in downtown for a chunk of the evening. We bounced around again, but it was the last stop, the Plaza, that was most kind to me, basically allowing me to recoup what I had lost at Binion's and The D. It was the first time I also got to try the new Zeus and Kronos machines, which is where my biggest hit of the night came from, on the very last spin of a bonus that was looking to be quite unremarkable. It included a major progressive hit at about $130:

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    One of our other friends that were downtown managed to rack up $1200 in short order on an old school nickel Monkees Winning Streak machine at the Four Queens, so I wasn't the biggest winner of the night, but I got on a bonus run at the Plaza to leave in a pretty good place.

    Some pictures from Sunday night walking around downtown:

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    One of the group members drove the rest of us back to Bellagio, only for another of them to realize that they left their phone downtown. Luckily for them it was turned into the lost and found at The D, and we were able to confirm it was there by logging in to Find My iPhone on my phone. I've never lost my phone in that way before, but that surely is a great use of GPS!

    The rest of us went our separate ways; I headed back to Caesars Palace and played just long enough to hit 500 tier credits for the day (giving Caesars a bit more of my money). I then checked out and headed over to home base for the rest of my trip, New York-New York.

    Four days in, I was down about $700, which I continue to see as a major victory given previous experiences in Vegas. Had I not had the handpay on day one, even given half of it was mine, I'd still be ahead of what I expected and budgeted, but to be still under $1000 was huge. My plan at that point was to let myself push a bit on the last day if I could continue to hold things up, but at this point promised myself a minimum of 1/3 of my original bankroll was going home with me no matter what at this point.

    Just before bed, I did one last thing. When I bought my seat flying out, I also bought an exit row seat for my red-eye to make sure I'd have the legroom and could sleep. But I decided to check the American Airlines app just in case the lovely 23F seat I had just acquainted myself with had become available for the main leg home (the second flight was a puddle hopper in a smaller plane, and short enough to not matter). And luckily enough, it was available again! I snapped it up, and went to bed happy to have secured a fantastic seat once more...
     

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    Really liking all of the detail in your report! Congrats too on keeping the BR loss to a minimum
     
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    Before I move on to Monday, I dug this out of my email - this was a photo from a photo booth at The D, with a couple of the people I was hanging downtown with. Really fun night!

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    Monday morning was the first time I had woken up in New York-New York this year; I was really pleased with the view. I was also pleased with my crepe, which I get every single morning of every single stay there. It's a habit that I really enjoy, even if I never eat a crepe outside of Las Vegas.

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    After working a half day, I raced over to the Uber pick-up area of MGM Grand to head out for the day with some of my new friends.

    As I said earlier in the trip report, each trip to Vegas I aim to do something new. The friends from Hungary had planned a drive to Red Rock Casino, and then through Red Rock National Park, which seemed like a great "new thing" to do. They also wanted to get buffet at Red Rock, as they had a discount available (good planning FTW), and then we were going to drop off one of the other group members at the airport (the one who had left his phone behind) as his flight was Monday. So off we went.

    Red Rock Casino is huge, and beautiful. The buffet was solid, and the machines were lucky for me. The Hungarian husband and wife were starting to tease me a bit as I had another run of sorts where I kept getting bonuses and slowly climbing the ladder. I didn't take any photos, but the gambling log confirms a couple hundred dollars of pick-up. At one point the couple handed me $40, hoping I'd have the Midas touch. I didn't, but I fed $10 into a machine they were sitting at and they rebounded back more than $50, so it worked out alright.

    We ended up spending too much time at the casino, so we didn't get to do the drive through Red Rock Canyon (goes on the new list for a future visit). But after dropping off our friend at the airport, we did have time to visit the Welcome to Las Vegas sign, which I posted earlier on:

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    I was set to see Ka that night, but we had some time to kill first, so we went back to their room at the Bellagio, which had a fountain view.

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    Part of the running joke was the feast or famine nature of their lodging arrangements throughout the week. By Wednesday they were set to be staying at Hooters (we had already been discussing going there Tuesday when they were set to initially check in, just so I can say I finally visited the giant Hooters) but for now, we enjoyed something a bit more luxurious. I had never been in a room in the Bellagio, and they had a cool thing where you could hear the music from the fountain show on the TV.



    (This particular show made me tear up a bit; both my mom and grandfather passed in recent years, and they had a shared love of Frank Sinatra. So to have the Sinatra song end up being the one that I saw, especially given mom's love of Vegas, was a bit bittersweet. She would've loved it.)

    It was then time for me to head off to Ka, so back down the monorail I went. I made it with plenty of time to spare, only to remember that I had been able to select a front-row seat. I know Cirque shows tend to bleed into the audience, so I wasn't sure if I was going to be happy with it, but it was a great seat for the show in my opinion.

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    The only other Cirque show I'd seen to date was Zumanity; I've thoroughly enjoyed both of them so far, so I'll definitely be checking out others.

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    The Hungarian couple and I reconvened; we were originally going to drive to a restaurant but determined we wouldn't have enough time, so we headed to Excalibur to have the buffet there. We chose it for the 10 p.m. close time, and because I had a resort credit to burn on my NY-NY stay so I figured since they were so kind to drive me around, I'd take them to dinner.

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    The buffet there was good - another filling meal. We then headed to the Fashion Show Mall, as they had Groupons for the Sugar Factory.

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    We got giant duck drinks (do NOT try saying that three times fast). They were good, but the funniest part was the couple brought the ducks back to the room and their housekeeper actually arranged them the next day:

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    The husband and I went off to gamble. It was mostly a bust, although I got to seek out and play a number of my fun old games throughout the evening, so I certainly had a good time regardless of that:

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    I lost some that night, but at this point in the trim I still had about 75% of my bankroll when we decided to call it a night. So I decided to let myself take some chances on the betting Tuesday, and would be sure to leave with at least half my bankroll, and see what comes of it. Tuesday would be the last day, so it was time to get a move on.
     
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    Where did you find the "giant drink ducks"?
     
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    Sugar Factory sells them. We got ours at Fashion Show Mall but I believe they have other locations.
     
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