Lior Suchard: Bending glass and guessing PIN numbers at the Palms
Wed, May 25, 2011 (1:36 p.m.)
He’s energetic, he’s friendly and he’s Israeli, but most of all, he’s telepathic. He knows the name of your first crush, he knows your PIN number and he knows the card you’re thinking of right now. (It’s the four of diamonds, right?) He’s Lior Suchard, and he’s the newest performer at the Palms Lounge.
Every weekend, Suchard demonstrates his seemingly superhuman abilities using telephone books, $20 bills, video projections and electric prods. “These are not magic tricks;” Suchard says. “This is real.”
You’ll have to be the judge of that yourself. But no matter your conclusion, you’ll have a fun time adjudicating. Oh, and if you go to the show, heed this advice from Suchard: “Always think positive thoughts … you never know who can read them.”
Palms Casino Resort has come a long way since its "Real World" debut in 2002. The boutique property features three distinct towers and a diverse mix of bars and restaurants across a 95,000-square-foot casino.
Palms, which features more than 1,200 rooms and fantasy suites, is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar transformation that will encompass an Ivory Tower room and suite redesign, new culinary additions, re-imagined gaming spaces and new, distinctive nightlife experiences.
In addition to newly designed rooms, during the first phase of the renovation, Palms will welcome Heraea, a high-energy American restaurant and lounge, and XISHI, a pan-Asian restaurant and lounge.
Fantasy Suites include the Hardwood Suite, the only hotel room in the world with its own basketball court.
Other amenities include the all-new Cantor Gaming® race and sports book, one of the few sports books in Las Vegas to include a poker room; SOCIAL; Scarlet; Chocolat Bistro; tonic bar; ghostbar; Pearl Concert Theater; Moon Nightclub; N9NE Steakhouse; Nove Italiano; Simon Restaurant & Lounge; Palms Pool & Bungalows; Kim Vō Salon; Drift Spa & Hammam; Brenden Theatres, a 14-theatre cineplex and more than 60,000 square-feet of meeting space.