Caesars Palace is one of the most aesthetically pleasing poker rooms in the world. Staying true to its Roman theme, the room is dominated by enormous white supportive pillars that evoke images of ancient Rome. Caesars Palace also displays this novelty feature of their poker room during the annual NBC National Heads Up Poker Championship. As an invited field of the world’s best players head-to-head to crown a winner, Roman guards in full armor protect the pile of cash on display. At all times, waitresses provide cocktails, tableside food service, and free drinks to players.
The Caesars Palace poker room is actually divided into two halves, segregating cash game and tournament players to offer around 30 tables of action to each. Access to Caesars Palace poker room is gained via the hallway also signposted for Pure Nightclub. Several special promotions entice players towards the low- and mid-stakes limit and no-limit hold’em action (other games available if interest develops). Caesars Palace joins with other Caesars Entertainment venues in Las Vegas to run the Mega Beat bad-beat jackpot. Speaking of easy money, players who amass more than 20 hours of play in any Caesars poker room are invited to take part in the bi-weekly $20,000 freeroll. The Genesis Bravo table management system keeps track of cash game waiting lists, tournaments, and comps earned within the room. Actual registrations must be made within the casino to prevent phantom empty seats and confusion during scheduled tournaments.