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.
 Non-Smoking Free Wi-Fi Phone-In List
 Televisions Cocktail Service   Earn Comps
 Auto. Shufflers   Food Service Tableside Massages
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.
Phone: (702) 597-7625