For many years this little off the beaten track small casino, was the home of $2.00 blackjack and a great place to visit if you wanted to gamble, but not lose too much. It and it's long since closed sibling in Las Vegas had been favorite hangouts for us on our biennial trips to Las Vegas, and I have previously reviewed it favorably here. All that is gone now - it is not even a shadow of its former, friendly, family run funky little gambling hall self. The Twenty One tables are covered with ill fitting cloths, and a few locals show up to play the slots and watch the roulette wheel spin. The cafe is closed. Even the outside sign reads only "DIKE", but this place has lost far more than half of what lttle luster it used to hold. To be avoided! (We did find that the nearby Sam's Town always has one or more three dollar two deck Twenty One games going, free drinks, and if you play for several hours even at the minimum table, get a card and ask to be comped at the in house TGI Fridays. It is our new home for cheap backjack.)(
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