How to Find the Best Poker Rooms in Vegas

When it comes to poker in Las Vegas there is only one constant: change. There have been dozens of new rooms and old ones are changing just to keep up. If you are staying at a casino/hotel, there is a good chance that your casino has a Poker Room. This could be a great option if you want to just play. It doesn’t matter where or how you play. Enjoy the experience to its fullest. Here are some options to get you started:

The Bellagio Poker Room
Even though it’s not as well-known as it used to be, the Bellagio still holds the crown jewel of the Las Vegas Poker scene. You can find quite a few important poker events here. You’ll find skill levels that differ greatly at the lower levels. While the highest levels are as difficult as any poker room out there, the lowest levels are the easiest. If you plan to play at the Bellagio, be sure to bring your best game.

Binion’s Poker Room
This is the pioneer of poker in these parts with a long history of hosting the World Series of Poker.
You will find prominently displayed photos of every world champion between 1970 and 2005. These walls could talk and poker fans wouldn’t stop listening. You can find many daily tournaments at the current poker room. There are also no limit games. You can play poker here and say it was fun.

Caesars Palace Poker Room
Caesars Palace Poker Room can hold up to 1,000 people at once. Because they converted an old convention space into a poker room, the atmosphere is not very pleasant. Because the room is not on the casino floor, some players enjoy it. There are also very few distractions. Caesars is home to some of the most impressive blind structures in town, making it a great choice for players who like low-limit buy-in tournaments. Play in 8 hour marathons. This gives the best players more time to hammer their opponents.

Venetian Poker Room
The Venetian poker room is one the most recent in town. It is hard working. You can park in special spots and enjoy great comp perks. The room has also hosted the famous “Big Game” in past years. This is the largest game in town, where the elite of the elite come together to trade hundreds of thousands of dollars over a night. There is a skilled poker staff. You will also find tableside dining services that you won’t get anywhere else. This space is also known for its Deep Stack Series which is held several times a calendar year.

MGM Grand Poker Room
While this room is more classy than others, you will find some weaker players in it. Most of the people here are tourists or recreational players. The atmosphere in this room is friendly and less formal than the rest.

The Mirage Poker Room
This was once the most popular place to play. The Venetian and Bellagio have now passed it. However, it is still a decent place to play poker. The casino has seen an upgrade and the addition of the Beatles/Cirque Du Soleil shows has made it more classy. A good number of people still play in the daily tournaments.

Wynn Las Vegas Poker Room
The Wynn Poker Room, which is fairly new and well-maintained, is a pleasant place to play. While the action is mainly at the lower levels of the game, there are some big players who play here. If you’re staying at the hotel, you have the option to place yourself on a waitinglist. You can also monitor your position from your room and not be tempted to go into the game. Tournaments are usually held at noon. The buy-ins range from $300 to $500.

Red Rock Poker Room
Red Rock poker has become very popular among locals. The poker room has high-tech technology, with dealers able to see all the player names on a monitor. Although it seems odd that the dealer would call you by your name at first glance, it’s an added bonus. A tracking system is used to ensure that empty seats do not stay that way. A nice touch is the food service provided at the table.