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Luck For Gambling Increased If You Do This

Luck! Is there really a such thing as luck? Well, it’s debatable. We could delve into the many theological and philosophical arguments, but that is for another time and place. Most of us seem to believe in luck whatever it is. In Vegas it is something desperately needed for gamblers.

Regardless, most of us hedge our bets, no pun intended, when it comes to gambling. We will do whatever it takes to increase our chances. We might rub our lucky rabbit’s foot or pull out our four-leaf clover that we have safely tucked away in our wallet or purse.

But, we are here to tell you there is a better way to bring lady luck to your table or slot machine. You can rub the brass butts. Rubbing these special butts may just draw Lady Luck to your side.

Legend has it that if you rub the brass butts of the “Crazy Girls” statue luck will come your way. This statue used to be displayed outside the now closed Riviera Hotel and Casino. Today, it is displayed at its new home at Planet Hollywood. The statue was originally created to promote the insanely popular show Crazy Girls.


A past article on has more details on the show and the statue. Read more here.

Crazy Girls played 28 years at the Riviera. When Riviera closed in May of 2015 , interested parties pursued getting the famous show moved to their own venue.

Planet Hollywood finally beat out its rival bidders and now the show plays at the Sin City Theater inside the casino. The show has entertained millions over the years and has been reinvented and updated again for its new run. The Sin City Theater has been upgraded, too, for Crazy Girls. The show appears to have a long life ahead of it.

Whether you go to the Crazy Girl show or not, be sure to rub those butts before you put down your first bet or pull that lever on your favorite slot. Lady Luck wants to help you, but you have to do your part.


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