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  1. Wow I just Googled SLC to Wendover. Is it really nearly 2 hours to the nearest Casino from SLC? Always wanted to see the Bonneville salt flats. Cool stuff!

  2. Enjoyed the tour! you kept saying “we” and then there was another shadow with you on the flats… Did I miss the introduction?

  3. That little gas station casino looks bigger than these shoe box-sized betting parlors we have here in the Chicago suburbs. Good luck on your tour, Mr. Massacre!

  4. Curious question.. is that acu digital pattern iotv I see in the background? Lol

  5. A little history about Wendover.
    Wendover & The Atomic Bomb.
    Only a few months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the military turned the isolated, flat desert that surrounded Wendover Army Air Base into a prime location for training aircraft crews to drop bombs, going so far as to build a mock city at the foot of nearby mountains to make target practice more realistic. One crew that made Wendover their home was the elite 509th Composite Group, brought in to prepare for the secret mission that turned out to be the dropping of the atomic bomb over Japan. In addition to running regular drills, the 509th experimented with a variety of bomb shapes and sizes to aid engineers in the atomic bomb’s construction.

    Eventually the 509th left the Utah desert and flew to Tinian Island in the Pacific Ocean. President Harry Truman had given the Japanese government an ultimatum to surrender or face a weapon more terrible than anything the world had ever seen. When Japan refused, Truman gave the okay to drop the bomb. On August 6th, 1945, the Enola Gay left Tinian and dropped a weapon with the explosive force of 20,000 tons of TNT on Hiroshima. Four days later, after another bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, finally forcing the Japanese military to surrender. The Utah base where the crew of the Enola Gay trained remained open for another 31 years, until it was turned over to the city of Wendover and became a civilian airport.

  6. Greetings from Torrance! Awesome drone shot. One day I would love to witness some vehicle go over 500 mph on the flats. It reminds me of a guy on YouTube that took his Tesla Plaid to the track and almost got banned for going too fast. I repeat, going to fast! Thanks for taking us on a short tour of the flats. I was told that during the day it can be blinding from all of the sun reflecting off of the ground. Would love to meet you at Pechanga if you do another trip there. Let me know and I will make some plans. Take care!

  7. Nice cluster of casinos in So CA not far away from each other all off/around HWY 76 and HWY 15: Pechanga, Pala, Pauma, Harrahs, Valley View. Could do them all in one afternoon.

    1. Hi Vicky! That’s my neck of the woods!😁🙌🏻🙌🏻🌎

    2. @John’s World of Video Poker Hi John! It’s over an hour each way for me, so i make it out a couple times a month. I’m mainly a KENO player, Poker costs too much for this poor gal 🙂 I’ll play once in a while, but the wins are too small to waste my tiny bankroll on it. I love playing VP though!!

  8. I’ve been trying to figure out how everybody’s allowed to record… I tried at Aria not even 2 minutes and security stopped me and made me delete my video 😔 well anyway good luck to you I hope you get lots and lots of money 🍀😉

  9. When the fun stops

    1-800-Gambler

    Seen this movie, lived it too many times to count.

    Family at home ……..

  10. Spent a lot of time last summer in SoCal been to a lot of places there morongo being my favorite for the poker room

  11. Awesome, Slotmassacre. I love the West Coast Video Poker Tours!🙌🏻🙌🏻🌎

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