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Casino Royale

 

Among the mega-casinos on the Strip is one of the few remaining "low roller" places that offers cheap food (such as the $1.99 foot-long hotdog) and "cheap" gambling with lower minimum bets.  Before Casino Royale came into existence, this was the location for Frank Musso's Restaurant, Joey's New Yorker Night Club and the Nob Hill Casino.  The latter closed in 1990 and Casino Royale opened its doors on New Year's Day, 1992.   

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A view of the gaming tables near the rear of the property near the fastfood eateries.   

 

A look inside the slot machine area not far from the south entrance on the Strip.  Casino Royale is a favorite for timeshare promotions in offering prospective buyers free slotplay on select machines. 

 

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