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Tip 2: Set aside a small fund and don't go over it. Depending on your tolerance for the first two, the third may make it worthwhile. As indicated below, almost all casino's have daily "lessons" that teach you the basics of each game, and they do a decent job. Feels less like a casino and more like a resort, but still cool. I'm fairly new to gambling, so what's a good overall strategy for a first timer? And don't go beyond your pre-planned gambling limit. Everyone has their preferred casino.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} When a table gets hot, the action is fast and fun. This helps you to avoid losing money because of mistakes you could make. If you've never been to Vegas, walking the strip is a must, because it is so much larger than life and ridiculous. The dealers downtown are almost always friendly and willing to help give tips - remember they work for the Casino, but they make tips off the players. Others have recommended hotels and casinos for various reasons and they're all great recommends. I've only been to LV twice and stayed at Caesars Palace both times. But on the other side, putting money in a machine is no gambling for me. Also, always put the card into the machine or present it to the dealer before playing. Some of the larger casinos also offer classes for beginners. As a bonus, you typically get a feel of what gambling in "old Las Vegas" might have been like. LOL but I bet you'll win more. The best way to help your luck is to not get in over your head. Both of the answers here so far have been great I'd just add that you should give thought about what you want out of your gambling experience. I'm not sure if it's still there. When you play at the casinos, sign up for their players card. Tip 4: Like Cameron Stark below says, befriend the dealers and ask them for strategy advice, and tip them well. But in the end, a hotel room in Vegas is a place to lay your head, so unless you're trying to impress someone with the room, or deciding to go extravagant it is Vegas, after all , an off-strip hotel is usually just as comfortable as one on the strip and Uber or a taxi is a few dollars away from the strip. You can easily play "poker" for hours and not be up or down too much. Let the other person gamble, and stand behind them and watch and learn. That keeps track of what you spent and earns you maybe some freebies on the other side, if you spend a lot of money. Any tips to help my luck? The drinks may be free, but that's no reason to drink irresponsibly. Steven has some great tips. They lower your inhibitions and make you more reckless than you'd be when sober. You can also go online and google each game and visit sites that give strategy tips. Best casino's and games to play? Have fun! You can't help it. Let that be part of the fun and part of the experience, and use it as an excuse not to go overboard. See the movies. In the short run, you're probably going to either lose your budget or make a lot. There are various side bets, but those are huge house advantages where they make most of the money. It's a lot of fun! But you can have some fun. First trip to Vegas, and I have some money set aside to gamble. Most importantly, view this as entertainment! Well, I've been going to Vegas and gambling for over 25 years, so I know something about this. The idea of card counting to make a big advantage is nearly impossible except for very very experienced teams of players, etc. Casino's know that many many people play 2 slots side by side. Last but not least, luck is luck. If the table starts getting "hot" then you can switch to the "COME" line again. I have had a "rating" at a strip casino hotel, when I gambled a lot, which afforded me suite upgrades, tickets to shows, meals, etc. That being said, I would never try to learn to gamble on the strip, with one exception - their free lessons during the day. The odds of winnig are low, but hey its free. They're beautiful, have millions of dollars worth of art in them, and attract the young and beautiful clientele especially on club nights. They don't make any more if the house wins, so they want to see players win, because they'll get thrown a tip here and there when players are hot. The house always wins in the long run, so treat it as entertainment. Set a limit and stick to it There's nothing like the high of just punching through your "goal" willfully stopping and leaving Las Vegas feeling like you were a part of the MIT blackjack team. Tip 3: Don't drink too much and don't do any judgment impairing drugs. That said, by using a players card and getting your free stuff, drinking your free drinks, and choosing your games wisely, you can reduce the house edge to pretty minimal. I dont know how familiar you are with all the diffrent games. Tip 1: If you're talking about card games or roulette, go with someone who is experienced and knows what they're doing. Don't fall for any tips guaranteed to beat the casinos or optimal gambling strategies or any of that stuff. I find that Blackjack makes a great intro game since most are already familiar with how to play. So they set one lower. It's an older resort, but it's been recently renovated and is a very good mid-upper range option. Make sure to download an app to understand the concept of basic strategy. Just be aware of some of the key differences in Vegas style play vs home play. Some machines are actually set to payout back higher than others. The key is to try to find the "magic" ones. Blackjack you can lose money a LOT quicker, where as Pai Gow is a nice game to sit down for a while, take your time, take it all in, and have fun without losing so much money at one time. We always play downtown Vegas. You'll get a ton of mean looks stay at one end of the table! Gambling is real gambling against the casino with other people. Other than that, set yourself a limit and if you lose it, well its gone, but better as loosing money without any overview what you really lost. And if you do lose your bankroll I have been to Vegas a couple times but never gambled. Here are some of my favorite games:. Depending on the casino, as you accrue some play on your card, some will give you some of your losses back, free spins on wheels, random prizes, free buffets, free hotel nights etc. You'd be surprised how into it everyone gets. Keep it in mind when you have a friendly dealer. You are playing against the banker almost always the house , and it's a straight up head-to-head poker hand battle where in the rare case the banker get's ties so the house edge is very small. Another tip: Make sure you know the official rules before you start gambling. Sometimes it's fun just to drink for free no matter where you go, as long as you're gambling, drinks are free so you can sit at one of the many bars, play low limit video poker and get wasted. The only tip i can give you is, try some of the free pulls on slot machines. If you're new, a couple good places to start, as Steven mentioned, is Blackjack and Pai Gow. In general, the downtown and off strip casinos are going to be a little more run down, a lot more smoky, but a lot more desperate to try to capture your gambling dollars with some pretty good promos. If you want a chance at a big pay off, go for the slots or video poker. You can either "tip-toe in on the cheap" as Josh suggests in his last comment if what you want to do is spend the most amount of time gambling but not the most amount of money. In the "old" days they would actually have signed on banks of slots indicating the average payout for that bank, and it used be up to Generally, end of aisles and high visibility areas would pay out more to generate more excitement, but it changes all the time. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Neil Baton Rouge. If you have some time to kill and are looking to get a lot of mileage out of your gambling budget, I'd go for low limit blackjack or craps at some of the downtown casinos others have suggested. The slots are a complete waste in my opinion. I won't bother repeating all the good advice that is already on this thread, but I'll try offering some new stuff. There ARE strategies for the games because they can be controlled not by us! Video poker actually has the best odds in the casino if you play it right, but it takes some studying and a whole lot of playing in order for the variance to even out. As for the games themselves, play a game you already know how to play or play one that you just really want to play. If the table looks dead but not empty and people look like zombies, do what I do for fun and play the "DON'T" pass. As for the best hotel, as others have said, it really depends on your budget and what you're looking to get out of the experience.