City Center Las Vegas opens its doors
Posted on December 23, 2009 by John Trevors for Luckyroom.com
$8.5 billion MGM Mirage’s City Center is now open. After several years of construction work and expensive effort City Center Las Vegas finally opened its doors to the public during the previous week and an array of poker players decided to check out the brand new poker room. Initial reactions were very positive and the news that emerged was that there is rumours that the VIP lounge might be named after Full Tilt Poker Pro Phil Ivey. The Aria is one of the six largest buildings in City Center and it only hosts casinos. The remaining buildings are hotels, shops, entertainment parks and giant shopping malls. The futuristic architecture of the Aria is unique and built environmentally consious, as it is energy saving with natural light used during the day in contrast with other facilities in the city.
The poker room hosts 24 tables, 18 of which are suitable for smaller games ($ 2 / $ 5 NL, $ 4 / $ 8 limit or less). The VIP lounge is separated from the main hall and the famous high stakes players who gathered to play last Thursday included names like Patrik Antonius and “durrrr”.
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