Las Vegas Poker Rooms

Some of the most exciting poker games in the world are played out daily in Las Vegas. Below you'll find a complete list of all the major poker rooms in Las Vegas. Read below for more information about tournaments, general poker room reviews and more.
Aria Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 24
• Tournaments: Held daily at 1pm and 7pm.
• Lessons: No.
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Aria Poker Room Review
The Aria Poker Room is one of the newest and busiest poker rooms in Las Vegas. It's spacious and has 24 tables, all equipped with both automatic shufflers and tableside management system – that tracks wait lists, open seats, chip requests and player earned comps. Located just off the main entrance to the valet and self-parking; restrooms, snack bar, and the sports book are all located within a few yards. The room is surrounded by high definition flat screen televisions. There is a dedicated poker room cashier cage and an elevated section for high limit games. In the center of the room is “Ivey’s Room” named after Phil Ivey and is reserved for very high stakes poker. It is common to see many televised professional players in this particular area. The wide range of games offered includes Texan Hold’em, Seven Card Stud, 2-7 Triple Draw, Badugi and Chinese poker. Aria is one of five rooms in Las Vegas that does not have a jackpot rake. Complimentary cocktail service includes frozen drinks, energy drinks, top shelf liquor and mixed drinks along with Fiji water. Tableside food service is also available 24 hours a day for all guests.
Bally's Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 10
• Tournaments: No Limit Hold’em at 11am, 2pm, 4pm and 8pm.
• Lessons: Daily at 10 a.m.
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Bally's Poker Room Review
The Bally’s Poker Room is one of the busiest small rooms on the Las Vegas Strip. Located on the southeast corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road, the poker room has 10 tables, and offers Texas Hold’em No Limit and Limit games around the clock. It is the only poker room on the Bally’s/Paris resort complex and located behind a bar on the north end of the casino floor. It's well maintained, and comfortable, yet tends to be a bit loud since the “room” is out in the open. If you are looking for a quiet place, than this isn’t for you. Most of the players are tourists, or those passing by and deciding to sit down to play a few hands. The Bally's Poker Room is equipped with a game management system that tracks the waiting lists as well as player comps on the Caesars Entertainment Total Rewards card. Most of the tables are equipped with automatic shufflers and there are several jackpot-based promotions.
Bellagio Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 40
• Tournaments: Held daily at 2 p.m.
• Lessons: No.
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Bellagio Poker Room Review
This 7,000-square-foot facility boasts 40 tables and two high-limit areas – lots of flat screen TVs and commissioned artwork of high stake poker greats by LeRoy Neiman, depicting past Bellagio tournaments and World Poker Tour events. Situated directly adjacent to the Race and Sports Book, the Bellagio Poker Room is known as the playground for Vegas poker legends, Doyle Brunson and Daniel Negreanu as well as Bobby Baldwin, the 1978 World Series of Poker Champion and President & CEO of City Center. “Bobby’s Room,” named in his honor, is an ultra exclusive private area within the poker room that is reserved for the highest of stakes, often with a minimum buy in of $20,000. It is smoke-free and offers 24-hour tableside dining, safe-deposit boxes, a full-service cashier cage, overhead state of the art music system, and pictures of famous poker all-stars. The Bellagio Poker Room is equipped with an automatic poker room management system to track the waiting lists for all games as well as player comps. No jackpot drop is taken in the cash games, making Bellagio one of only five rooms in Las Vegas that do not drop a jackpot rake. Players of all levels call Bellagio home due to game variety and reputation that the room holds.
Binion's Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 10
• Tournaments: Yes.
• Lessons: Monday through Friday from 10am to 11am.
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Binion's Poker Room Review
Binions in downtown Las Vegas, is the original home of the World Series of Poker, and was the brainchild of owner Benny Binion. It hosted the World Series of Poker from 1970 until 2004 when it was moved to the Rio All-Suite hotel. This Fremont Street landmark is seeking to re-establish itself. Remodeled in 2008 this poker room was redesigned with all new tables, chairs and a wall of fame that includes historic photos of the famous Gallery of Champions depicting Binion’s long history of poker for over 30 years. It is a must see for any poker fan. The Binion's Poker Room is split between two areas. The main area is located against the west wall of the casino and is sunken in from the rest of the area. A large marble foyer leads downstairs to the Binion's Poker Room. The room has 10 tables and holds a ton of tournaments. Two full-service bars flank the poker room. Tableside food service is available. Binion's Poker Room offers No Limit Hold'em with no maximum buy in and is one of only a small handful of rooms that offer this. If you're a poker fan, you should make it a point to stop by "the place that made poker famous!"
Caesars Palace Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 62
• Tournaments: Held daily at 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 7pm and 10pm. On weekends, there is an added tournament held at 2pm
• Lessons: No.
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Caesars Palace Poker Room Review
The hottest Las Vegas poker action can be found at the biggest and most exciting Poker Room in Las Vegas. Located down a short hallway behind the Race and Sports Book and adjacent to Pure Nightclub, Caesar’s Poker room is 8,500-square-foot with 30 regular tables and an adjacent 6,000-square-foot tournament room. There are a total of 62 tables and the action runs 24 hours a day. Home to the NBC Heads-Up Poker Championship, and the only Las Vegas site for a World Series of Poker Circuit Event. Caesars Palace also hosts the Caesars Classic tournament series every fall - in addition to their year-round tournament schedule and cash poker action. The room is equipped with automatic shufflers as well as an automatic poker room management system for tracking player comps on the Total Rewards card. A top section is for those higher limit games and the walls are adorned with sport memorabilia and artwork from legendary artist, LeRoy Neiman. Cocktail service is available with dedicated poker room waitresses, so you don’t have long to wait. The Augustus Café provides tableside food service. Players can choose between a wide variety of American, Mexican and seafood dishes or choose between several other restaurants inside Caesars Palace: Mesa Grill, Café Lago Buffet or if you want to splurge, Guy Savoy. The poker room has about 8-10 flat screen TV’s, but they’re a good distance away from the tables.
Circus Circus Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 8
• Tournaments:
• Lessons: Sometimes at 1 p.m.
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Circus Circus Poker Room Review
Poker under the big top! The Circus Circus poker room is one of the oldest poker rooms in Las Vegas. Open since 1974, it is located near the entrance of the main casino. This poker room has eight tables with high and low-limit games. It's open 24 hours. The Circus Circus Poker Room offers a free roll tournament for players that play a certain number of hours each week in their cash games. Early morning incentives provide high hand cash giveaways. The poker room is small and plain. The tables and chairs are old and worn. Waitlists and player hours are kept by hand at the podium. There is nothing electronic about this poker room beyond automatic shufflers at all the tables. However, there are big changes planned for this facility in the next few years.
Excalibur Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 21
• Tournaments: Held daily 9am, 1pm and 5pm (Sun-Fri at 8pm)
• Lessons: Daily at 11 a.m.
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Excalibur Poker Room Review
Few can claim they played poker in Camelot, unless of course, they played in a tournament meant for kings at the Excalibur. The Excalibur poker room is simple and modest. With approximately twenty-one tables, it is easily accessible to the self-parking, and close to the Race and Sports Book and billiard tables. The room has glass partitions and can be approached from three entrances allowing guests to stop in and play. If you are a low limit or new player, then the Excalibur poker room will be your ideal place. This poker room is very courteous to new players and provides every day lessons for those who want to get trained in the sport. Not much is computerized. The waiting list is accounted for by pen and paper. All tables come equipped with automatic shufflers. The spacing between the tables is ample – unlike some of the other jam packed poker rooms on the strip. Two common games are dealt at Excalibur: 1/2 No Limit Texas Hold’em and 2-6 Spread Limit Texas Hold’em. The spread limit game has just one blind and is the only spread limit game that can be found on a regular basis on the Las Vegas Strip. This game is popular among locals. Excalibur has many restaurants, but poker players may prefer the food court, which is upstairs from the casino floor. There are several fast food type restaurants including McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, and Quizno’s.
Flamingo Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 12
• Tournaments: Daily at 10am and at 6pm on Sunday-Thursday.
• Lessons: No.
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Flamingo Poker Room Review
The Flamingo is one of the oldest casinos and resorts on the Las Vegas strip and has been a Vegas mainstay for over 50 years. The poker room inside is no exception. Located right next to the doors on Las Vegas Blvd, but not far from the parking garage, this mid-sized room has easy access for tourists and locals alike. Although it has relocated several times, it is one of the longest operating poker rooms in Las Vegas. There are 12 tables as well as food and cocktail service. Within the casino, the poker room is located near the front desk, against the South wall of the casino, and is equipped an automated poker management system which maintains the waiting lists and tracks player comps on the Caesars Entertainment Total Rewards card. The room is well ventilated and well lit. The bar is right next-door and the cocktail waitresses are attentive. The dealers are friendly and well versed in the different varieties offered at the tables. The games at The Flamingo’s tables are great for players of all skill levels and bankrolls - although the low limit tables are good for beginners trying to learn the game. This poker room is not for the sports fanatic, if you want to watch TV while you play it may be difficult. There are only 3-4 big screens around the room. For food options, there is a deli is near the poker room but it is not 24/7. There are various restaurants inside Flamingo but no tableside services. The casino’s poker room offers daily tournaments at 10am and at 6pm on Sunday through Thursday. You may want to get there early as the Flamingo has a very full room on weekend nights.
Golden Nugget Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 13
• Tournaments: Daily at 11am, 3pm, 7pm, 10pm, 1am and 4 am.
• Lessons: Free lessons offered daily at 10am.
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Golden Nugget Poker Room Review
Calling all poker junkies! The Golden Nugget Poker Room is the most active poker rooms and home to the largest cash game in Downtown, Las Vegas. Host of the late night pots of Poker After Dark on NBC, High Stakes of Poker on GSN and head to head battles of Face the Ace on NBC, The Golden Nugget is the place to be for poker fans and players alike. You never know who will be at your table! The Golden Nugget Poker Room is one of the two largest poker rooms in Downtown Las Vegas, and offers 13 tables of No Limit and Limit Hold'em action. Located within the main casino area, adjacent to the cashier cage, the Golden Nugget Poker Room was recently remodeled and expanded. The Golden Nugget Poker Room is equipped with automatic shufflers and offers a $10 food voucher after 4 hours of cash game play. Tables can be reserved for your own private cash games, tournaments or functions, large or small. Free lessons are offered daily at 10:00 a.m. And there is always a special promotion or cash giveaway just for our poker players. Golden Nugget is also host to its Annual Grand Poker Series in its luxurious events center, the Grand. This month-long event featured more than 270 poker tournaments including Omaha high/low, HORSE, Badugi, Mixed Games, 7 Card Stud and No Limit Hold'em action This year's Grand Poker Series hosted more than 20,000 tournament players, with over 25 countries represented from across the globe, handing out in excess of $2.5 million in total prize money.
Green Valley Ranch Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 22
• Tournaments: Held daily at 10 a.m.
• Lessons: Daily at 1 p.m.
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Green Valley Ranch Poker Room Review
Green Valley Ranch is a Station Casinos owned property and is located in Henderson near the 215/Green Valley Ranch exit. It is the most popular local’s casino on the east side of Las Vegas. The Green Valley Ranch Poker Room is one of the largest Off Strip Poker Rooms at 22 tables and offers two unique tournaments that are rarely seen in Las Vegas poker rooms. Waiting time on weekends can often be more than 30 minutes and there is no poker room rate. This room is a no smoking area and has a sports bar feel to it. All tables have automatic shufflers. There are plenty of locals visiting here, who undoubtedly enjoy the ambience in the poker room. The room is equipped with an automatic room management system for tracking the waiting lists, player comps, and tournaments. Players may call the poker room to get on waitlists. The Green Valley Ranch Poker Room offers several amenities. Massages at the table are available. Players can also drink from the top shelf, with excellent drink service. Restrooms are a bit far away. The poker room is right next to the race and sports book, with plenty of flat-screen and other televisions that can be easily viewed.
Hard Rock Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 5
• Tournaments: Held daily at noon and 8 p.m.
• Lessons: No.
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Hard Rock Poker Room Review
The Poker Room is located in the HRH Tower, right next to the LUXE bar. This intimate poker lounge, with four tables and plush velvet-covered swivel chairs, features daily No Limit tournaments, Limit and No Limit cash games. Tournaments are held daily at noon and 8 p.m. The technology of the Hard Rock Poker Room is on par with most high-end resorts. An automated system is installed in all tables and allows for comp tracking and service needs. Food service is available as are cocktails offering energy drinks, sodas, juices, and most top shelf drink selections.
Harrah's Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 12
• Tournaments: Held daily at 8am, 10am, 3pm, 8pm and 1 am
• Lessons: Usually daily at 9 a.m.
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Harrah's Poker Room Review
The 12-table poker room at Harrah’s Las Vegas is always hopping with action. It is one of the few fully enclosed poker venues in all of Las Vegas. The entire room is enclosed, with two glass door entries; one in the back and the other is a double door entrance adjacent to the Race and Sports Book. It is the perfect venue for those who don’t want to be bothered by casino noise or smoke. Harrah’s Poker Room is located on the south wall of the building. When arriving from Las Vegas Blvd, walk past the sports book and the poker room is on the right. The main game is 1/2 No Limit Texas Hold’em. The buying range is $60-$300. Tournaments: Held daily at 8 a.m. 10 a.m. 3 p.m. 8 p.m. and 1 a.m. Harrah’s uses an automated system to track comps and wait times. Players may call in to get on the waitlist. For those interested in sports, televisions line every wall in the room. Cocktail service and tableside food delivery is available as well.
Luxor Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 11
• Tournaments: Daily at 10:30am, 12:30pm, 8:30pm (Sat 2pm)
• Lessons: Held Monday-Friday at 2 p.m.
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Luxor Poker Room Review
Poker Egyptian style! The Luxor poker room is off the main casino floor near the thoroughfare that connects the Luxor with the Excalibur, and is one of the longer established poker rooms on the strip. With eleven tables in play, it suits players of all levels. The Luxor Poker Rooms offers an aggressive roster of various high hand jackpot promotions, including progressive bonuses and special high hands that pay off regularly. Play is average. It is one of the best rooms for new players to get their feet wet. Lessons are offered every afternoon. The location is near the sports book, there is nothing that separates the poker room from the casino floor, so it is noisy during busy times. There is a wait time on weekends and can get a bit long particularly for the lower limit tables. Luxor poker room features low limit Hold’em games and very rapid tournaments with a low starting chip total. The tournaments are designed to get started and finish as quickly as possible. Comps may be used at any Luxor restaurant. The most popular choice for poker players is the Backstage Deli located near the sports book.
M Resort Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 14
• Tournaments: Yes, daily.
• Lessons: No.
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M Resort Poker Room Review
The M Resort is actually off the strip – approximately ten miles South of Mandalay Bay. It caters to the upper middle class locals and tourists who want an off the Strip luxury resort. Located adjacent to the Race and Sports Book, the Poker Room offers 14 tables and features Texas Hold Em’ limit and no-limit variations and daily tournaments. For convenience, a text message or in-room television message will inform players that their seat is ready. If hosting your own private poker tournament is your game, the M Resort offers those amenities.
Mandalay Bay Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 10
• Tournaments: Held Mon-Thurs at 10am, 3pm and 7pm.
Fri & Sat at 10am, 1pm and 5pm. Sun at 11am 2pm and 5pm.
• Lessons: Monday to Thursday at 2 p.m.
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Mandalay Bay Poker Room Review
The Mandalay Bay Poker Room has been open since the resort debuted in 1999 and offers 10 tables. Situated alongside one of the main casino thoroughfares and directly adjacent to the Race and Sports Book, the Mandalay Bay Poker Room is one of the longer established poker rooms on the Strip. The Mandalay Bay poker room is smoke free. Favorite games range from Texas Hold'em to Crazy Pineapple and Omaha High. An automated list management system is utilized. If you want to learn poker, you can take part in the free poker lessons conducted from Monday to Thursday at 2pm. The Mandalay Bay Poker Room is directly adjacent to a deli for quick food bites, and food can be eaten tableside. Cocktail service offers sodas, most call drinks, and energy drinks for players.
MGM Grand Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 22
• Tournaments: Daily at 11:05 a.m. and 7:05 p.m.
• Lessons: Daily at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.
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MGM Grand Poker Room Review
If you are looking for a poker room with fast paced action, great new technology, and a fun party environment, the poker room at the MGM Grand might be just the place for you. The MGM Grand poker room has been temporarily relocated to a cordoned-off area on the casino floor due to construction. Close to the Strip entrance and West Wing rooms, this 22-table, non-smoking poker room features high ceilings, televisions broadcasting sporting events and a modern, roomy space to play. Rumor has it, the MGM Grand poker room is one of the busiest rooms on the south side of the Strip. The room is divided between No Limit and Limit games and met in the middle by the dedicated cashier cage. Dealers are equipped with a state of the art control center that will allow them to summon a waitress, track player’s comps, and alert the manager that there is a seat free at their table for the next player. A high tech computer system links everything within the MGM, allowing for wonderful service. They also offer a personal paging system to each person on the waiting list, allowing them to explore other areas of the casino while waiting for a seat. Average wait time is sixty minutes. The rake at the MGM poker room is one of the most attractive of any of the strip casinos. For players that aren’t interested in high-hand or bad-beat jackpots, the MGM is the best place to play. Restrooms are located nearby and a complimentary valet service is offered to players to ease the walk time from valet parking to the room itself. Tableside massages are available along with convenient food and beverage service. The MGM Poker Room offers call drinks, energy drinks, and fruit juices. Tableside food delivery is offered 24 hours a day and can be paid for with accumulated comps on their M Life card.
Mirage Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 20
• Tournaments: Sun-Fri at 11am and 7pm Sat at 11am and 7pm
• Lessons: Training table, when table sign is lit as open.
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Mirage Poker Room Review
The Mirage Poker Room was the first major poker room on the Las Vegas Strip. It attracted some of the highest action in town back in its day. It’s home to Poker Champion Daniel Negreanu, who got his start playing at these tables. There is something about the energy in this room that makes it a fan favorite. This 20-table poker room is located directly across from the main cashier cage on the casino floor and adjacent to the Race and Sports Book. There is also a small lounge for players waiting on their next game. The participants are a mixture of tourists, hotel guests and a few native players. Mirage Poker room provides lots of high hand jackpot promotions. Players can call in to get on waitlists and check on games. If you are new to the game, there is a training table at the Mirage that teaches players how the games work and get rid of any fear they may have playing at a live table for the first time. When the sign next to the table is lit, it is open for business. Cell phone usage is permitted. Complimentary cocktail service includes call drinks, frozen beverages, fruit juices and energy drinks. Tableside food delivery is available 24 hours a day.
Monte Carlo Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 9
• Tournaments: Daily at 9am, 6pm and 11pm.
• Lessons: Monday-Friday at 11 a.m. (sometimes also on the weekend)
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Monte Carlo Poker Room Review
(CLOSED) Test your skill and try your luck in the new Monte Carlo Poker Room. This stylish poker room has nine tables. Texas Hold'em and casual games of Horse and Omaha are played here all day. Whatever your pleasure, from the first flop to the final showdown, you'll be on the edge of your seat. The Monte Carlo Poker Room is very quiet and is tucked in a corner, away from most of the casino floor. The sports book is close enough to run over and make a bet between hands. You may want to call ahead of time to inquire about the games running or to get on the wait list. For such a small poker room, Monte Carlo offers several amenities, better than many of its larger counterparts. Cocktail service is offered, with many higher end drinks comped. Players may also receive a massage while playing. There is a food court within a short walk of the Monte Carlo Poker Room. The food court includes McDonald’s, Sbarro, Subway, Starbucks, Manchu Wok, Rubio’s, and Original Chicken Tender. There are also many restaurants ranging from casual to upscale.
Palms Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 8
• Tournaments: Daily at 10am and 2pm.
• Lessons: No.
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Palms Poker Room Review
The Palms Poker Room was recently remodeled and is now owned by Cantor Gaming. Located inside the newly opened 9,840 square foot Cantor Race & Sports Book, on the west end of the casino, this state-of-the-art facility is one-of-a-kind. Combining the poker room and the sports book together seemed to be a natural synergy given the similarities between sports bettors and poker players. The hybrid sports book-poker room is the first of its kind in Las Vegas. Poker rooms and sports books are typically close to one another but not attached. There are two poker rooms: a large, open space with seven poker tables for regular play, and a small, glass-enclosed poker room for high-limit games. The small glass room will give professional players the privacy and protection they need, allowing the public to watch them play. The poker room is open 24 hours a day, Seven days a week. Cocktail service includes sodas, limited top shelf and call drinks, as well as energy drinks and juices. Tableside food delivery is available 24 hours a day. There are other food options available in the food court and throughout the Palms property.
Planet Hollywood Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 12
• Tournaments: Daily at 10am, 1pm, 4pm, and 7pm.
• Lessons: Daily at 10am.
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Planet Hollywood Poker Room Review
Planet Hollywood’s poker room has an exciting atmosphere. At night, the casino is full of energy and this energy finds its way to this 12-table poker room. Located towards the rear of the casino, the poker room is the centerpiece of the back casino floor. Planet Hollywood offers poker players an upbeat poker room experience with high hand jackpots. The tables are equipped with automatic shufflers and the room utilizes an automated management system for the waiting lists, tournaments, and comps. Planet Hollywood offers several amenities to players. Tableside food service is available. Massages are also available. The bathrooms and sports book are within a reasonable distance. There are also TVs located around the exterior of the room. Drink service is excellent, and players can order many high-end drinks. The most popular choice for poker food is Earl of Sandwich. There are also many high-end food options.
Red Rock Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 20
• Tournaments: Daily at 10am.
• Lessons: No.
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Red Rock Poker Room Review
The Red Rock Casino is one of the most popular Stations resorts and is known for having one of the nicest poker rooms in town. It is located about 15 miles off the Las Vegas Strip. Red Rock’s 20-table room features a variety of limits and tables offering Texas Hold ‘Em, Omaha and other games. Players of all skill levels can get a game 24 hours a day - it's just one of the reasons Red Rock has one of the best poker rooms in Las Vegas. The Red Rock Resort poker room offers many amenities to players. All tables include automatic shufflers. Players receive quick drink service, and virtually all alcoholic drinks are available to players. The poker area has restrooms built onto the side. The sports book is adjacent to the poker room, as is a café that players can order food tableside. Players may also receive a massage at the table. A coffee and water bar is also available. Red Rock Resort uses an automatic management system. Players may sign in at the kiosk outside the poker room, or speak to the manager. Players may not call in for games. The poker room hosts a daily tournament at 10am for $115.
Rio Suites Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 10
• Tournaments: Daily at Noon, 3PM, 6PM, 9PM, and Midnight.
• Lessons: Available upon request (early in the morning).
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Rio Suites Poker Room Review
The Rio is located on West Flamingo just west of I-15. It is about a mile west of the Las Vegas Strip. Home of the World Series of Poker since 2005, the Rio’s poker room expands when the tournament is in town and is located in the convention center. During the year, however, it is comprised of 10 tables located next to the race and sports book. The Rio Poker Room is the only Poker Room in Las Vegas to feature 100% certified World Series Of Poker Dealers. In addition to Hold ‘Em, the Rio’s Poker Room enthusiastically spreads every poker game you want to play. Non-stop action abounds for everybody from beginners to seasoned pros, even the most discriminating players are bound to find a perfectly suited hand. The Rio Poker Room is equipped with an automated management system for tracking comps and the wait lists. Comps are awarded at a rate of $1/Hour on the Total Rewards Card. There are many food options across all cost spectrums. Poker players will most likely want to check out the deli and grill on the other side of the sports book from the poker room. The Rio Poker Room currently offers five daily tournaments: at Noon, 3PM, 6PM, 9PM, and Midnight.
Riviera Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 6
• Tournaments: Daily at 11am, 2pm, 7pm and 11pm.
• Lessons: Available for free upon request.
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Riviera Poker Room Review
The Riviera is over 50 years old, and even though the property has had extensive renovations, the casino floor looks a little rundown. While the Riviera Poker Room is well managed, it has been relocated several times. Currently it is located near the casino's Strip entrance, it has six tables and several different monthly promotions for cash game players. Riviera uses an automated management system, so you can access all the information on games in running, as well as placing your name onto a waiting list. Texas Hold’Em is the game of choice at the Riviera, but they will spread others if there is an interest. Drink service and electronic shufflers are available. The sports book is a close walk, but hard to view from the poker area.
Sam's Town Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 11
• Tournaments: Held daily at 10am plus Wed-Mon at 1:30 pm, Thur-Tue at 7pm, Fri & Sat at 11pm.
• Lessons: Available upon request (early in the morning).
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Sam's Town Poker Room Review
Sam’s Town features a beautiful, new Poker room spreading all your favorite games and a variety of tournaments. With 11 tables it's the largest poker room on Boulder Highway. Wait time on weekends rarely exceed 15 minutes. This room is not for beginners since most of the players are experienced and are tough competition. You can call ahead and get your name listed before you come in and save yourself some waiting time.
Stratosphere Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 15
• Tournaments: Daily at 11am, 7pm and 11pm.
• Lessons: No.
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Stratosphere Poker Room Review
The Stratosphere Casino is situated on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip and is considered a part of Downtown Las Vegas. With the closing of the Sahara, the casino has gained more popularity. The Stratosphere Poker Room has 15 large tables elegantly designed and fitted with automatic shufflers. A number of televisions are arranged along the northern wall. The room does not have an electronic waitlist system. Call to obtain seating or be placed on a wait list. Stratosphere Poker Room, is located in a separate room on the main casino floor, it is open 24 hours, seven days a week. Players enjoy cocktail service and tableside dining from the menu at Roxy’s Diner menu.
Sunset Station Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 8
• Tournaments: Held daily at 2 p.m. Sun.-Thur. at 7 p.m.
• Lessons: Free poker lessons Monday- Friday 8am.
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Sunset Station Poker Room Review
Sunset Station is a great option for an off Strip Las Vegas Poker Room. Located adjacent to the race and sports book, on the main floor and the Bullfighters Bar this eight-table room is open 24 hours. The games start in the morning hours with Limit Hold-em first then the No-Limit games usually start in the afternoon.
The Linq Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 6
• Tournaments: On weekdays the No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournaments are held at noon 3pm and at 8pm and on the weekends at 9am.
• Lessons: No.
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The Linq Poker Room Review
The Imperial Palace Poker room is a six-table venue that provides every day limit and no limit games. Recently relocated, to the third floor it is now next to the sports book and off the beaten path. The interiors of the poker room is classic in style – like an old movie set in Vegas. The table and chair arrangement gives players the necessary room to move around. An automated system is used to track player hours and waitlists as well as tracking comps. On weekdays the No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournaments are held at noon 3pm and at 8pm and on the weekends at 9am. Keep in mind the registration starts two hours before the beginning of the weekday poker tournaments. For the weekends contests the registration starts one hour ahead of the tournament. The wait time on weekends is usually not more than a few minutes. It is a non-smoking area and there is no poker room rate. Free cookies and sandwiches are offered to players in the poker room quite frequently. Additionally, there are several casual and quick dining options that include Quesadilla, Pizza Palace, and Betty’s Diner – all on the less expensive side compared to other Las Vegas Strip casinos.
The Orleans Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 35
• Tournaments: Held daily at noon and 7 p.m.
• Lessons: No.
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The Orleans Poker Room Review
Voted as the city’s Best Poker Room by readers of the Las Vegas Review Journal in the 2012 “Best of Las Vegas” poll, it is one of the most popular in Las Vegas. The comfortable 35-table room has been enhanced with state-of-the-art furnishings and plasma screens. The Orleans is far off the main strip, but if you are looking for lower limit Omaha games, it's the place to go. They also spread Limit & No-limit Hold'em, and have very low buy-in tournaments. It’s a draw for many Las Vegas locals. Cocktail service is available.
The Venetian Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 59
• Tournaments: Daily at noon and 7pm.
• Lessons: Available upon request (between 10am and 11am)
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The Venetian Poker Room Review
The Venetian has the largest poker rooms on the Strip. Elegant and expansive, the new Sands Poker Room at the Venetian accommodates up to 600 players, with 59 tables and 14,000 square feet of room located directly adjacent to the main entrance on the Las Vegas Strip. It has been carefully designed with poker player needs in mind delivering unrivalled service, atmosphere and competitive games and tournaments. It has 39 tables offering not only Texas Hold’em, but also seven-card stud and Omaha with limits starting between $4 and $8. A separate high-stakes area houses seven high-limit tables with butler service and gourmet dining. The Las Vegas Review Journal has repeatedly honored the Venetian Poker Room as the “Best of Las Vegas” designation for overall customer service. Many amenities are offered such as a dedicated cashier cage, two separate high limit areas, tableside foodservice, dedicated tournament registration desk, and a customer lounge. All poker tables are fitted with automatic shufflers and a tableside management system that enables the dealers to notify chip runners, floor personnel, cocktail servers, and food porters when their services are needed. There are 21 big-screen TVs, comfortable chairs with wheels and safe-deposit boxes. A popular offering of the Venetian Poker Room is its quarterly signature Deepstack Tournament Series, which fills the room to capacity, including over 60 additional “temporary” tournament tables, all of which have automatic shufflers, allowing events that eclipse 700 players. The Venetian Poker Room cocktail service offers a very wide variety to all players, including complimentary Fiji branded water, top shelf liquor and call drinks, as well as a large variety of juices, soft drinks, and energy drinks. The Venetian is also one of Las Vegas’ only poker rooms to offer Barq’s Root Beer as well as Dr. Pepper.
Treasure Island Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 8
• Tournaments: Daily at 11am, 2pm, 7pm, and 10pm.
• Lessons: Available upon request (around 11am).
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Treasure Island Poker Room Review
Modern yet intimate with soft lighting, this poker room is situated near the sports book. There are 8 tables, with automatic shufflers in the Treasure Island Poker Room and it specializes in just one game, 1/3 No Limit Texas Hold’em. Four poker tournaments are offered each day at 11am, 2pm, 7pm, and 10pm. The ambience of the room is smaller than other poker rooms, but it doesn’t seem to be a problem. It is designed with large screen TVs for the sports fan in mind and is easily viewable from any table. Treasure Island uses an automated system for their waitlists and player clock-ins. The waiting list can also be seen from the hotels rooms of Treasure Island. Players may call the poker room to inquire about game availability, or to get on a waitlist. The cocktail service at TI poker room comprises of all types of call drinks and an assortment of frozen juices and drinks. Tableside food service is available.
Wynn Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 26
• Tournaments: Held daily at noon.
• Lessons: Available upon request (if an extra dealer is free).
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Wynn Poker Room Review
The Wynn-Las Vegas is one of the premier casinos in Sin City. It won the five star and five diamond award when it opened and it is easily one of the highest rolling floors in the city. The poker room is no exception. It is one of the best poker rooms in Las Vegas. Wynn’s Poker Room is conveniently located right next to the self-parking entrance and next to the Ferrari/Maserati dealership. This well-appointed 26-table poker room is always abuzz with activity. The Wynn offers daily No-limit tournaments for the higher-income players. The Wynn has an electronic queue system, so you just have to walk up to the front desk and ask to be added to any list you want. In order to better accommodate their players, the Wynn has a video queuing system to let you always know where on the list you are. They also have a phone ahead service for locals who want to get ahead of the waiting list on their games. The lists fill quickly, so it's actually a very smart move for both locals and tourists to plug this number into their cells: (702) 770-7654. The Wynn Poker Room cocktail service offers all top shelf and call drinks as well as frozen blended beverages and a variety of sodas, fresh juices, and coffee.
Poker rooms not on list: Aliante, Arizona Charlie’s, Bill’s Gambling Hall, Boulder Station, Cannery, Club Fortune, Eastside Cannery, El Cortez, Hooter’s, Joker’s Wild, Palace Station, Poker Palace Casino, Santa Fe Station, Southpoint, Suncoast, Texas Station.