The casino at the Mirage can be described as old-school fun. Blackjack and craps tables with $10 minimums are along side tables with $500 minimums, bringing low rollers and high rollers together on the same gaming floor. A roulette pit overlooks the crowded poker room, which has some of the most active games in all of Vegas. Slots abound in just about every direction on the gaming floor. There's a high-limit lounge that offers blackjack, baccarat, and video poker. True
gamblers come to the Mirage for its race and sports book. The book, to your left when you enter from the Caesars Palace side of the Strip, brags about 10,000 square feet of big-screen action and, well, it should—it resembles NASA's mission control.