The future award-winning podcast from the award-winning Las Vegas blogger who brings you all the Las Vegas news, unfounded rumors and WTF you can possibly stomach.
Ep. 150 - Are You OK
It's so much Vegas, if you lifted it, you'd get a hernia.
In addition to the usual tripe, we've got an interview with Brian Christopher, the O.G. of slot influencers.
Ep. 149 - Sane Again
It's another WTF-filled episode of the podcast that's going to help make the world sane again. Actual results may vary.
Ep. 148 - Just a Leg
Anything that happens in Las Vegas happens in this podcast, just ramblier.
Ep. 147 - New York State of Mind
As always, there's a lot of regaling in this episode. Mostly, about a surreal craps session with a high roller.
We also aimlessly roam around New York-New York, providing a virtual tour and cavalcade of thoughts about this iconic Strip casino.
We'd love to say it stops there, but we also talk how a focus on casino profit margins is ruining everything, along with the best magic shows in Las Vegas.
Just listen, it's a podcast, it's not about reading.
Ep. 146 - Secrets and Kerfuffles
Dive headlong into another excrutiating episode of the Vegas podcast once described as "a brisk kick to the earholes, but not in a good way."
We chat with Amy Saunders about "Miss Behave's Mavericks" and a metric hell-ton of scoop, opinions and aimless meandering.
Ep. 145 - Copious WTF
Vegas be kray. We'd go into more detail, but we're eating ice cream.
The podcast has grown on me.
Although his rumors aren’t always accurate, it’s a very informative feed and the podcast has become better and better.
Vegas perspective by a local
Found this podcast around episode 60 and been listening ever since. So many Vegas podcasts are run by travelers who just love Vegas (and there are a few good ones) but Vital Vegas is run by a Vegas Local who has worked for Ceasers and Fremont Street experience in the past and has his ear to the street (and twitter) and brings the latest news and rumors from reliable sources. Great interviews from people with unique perspective on everything Vegas. Of course more frequent episodes would be great but then I'd lose the suprise of when I see the notification a new episode is up monthly or so.
Pretty good podcast, but Scott is paid my casinos, and restaurants to advertise. It would be OK, but he doesn’t disclose it, so it’s very unethical. Casino.org is a front to make him seem like he has legit income revenue, and can be unbiased, but he’s paid by Derek Stevens to promote his properties.