Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- M Life
- Comps & Promotions
- $2/hr. (comps expire after one year.) Cash Wheel for Aces Cracked and High Hands. Regal Royals Promo: $500 payout for Royal Flush.
Excalibur hosts a mid-sized poker room on the Las Vegas Boulevard. No-limit hold’em and spread-limit hold’em tend to be the cash games of choice around Excalibur’s circa 10 table offering, although other games are sometimes played when sufficient demand arises. Multiple daily no-limit hold’em games are also played at an affordable level. No-limit players are allowed to buy in for as little as 30 big blinds to encourage rebuys. Details about current cash games and waiting lists are posted on Excalibur’s website.
The Excalibur poker room is well-presented. Its tables are well-spaced for easy manuverability around the poker room. Visually, the tables are set with sky-blue felts and stuffed leather bar chairs for players and dealers. The poker tables are located near to the keno area in Excalibur, with half-height walls segregating poker players from the rest of the casino floor. All tables have automatic shufflers to ensure minimal human errors and a fast pace of play. Ambient sounds from the rest of the casino permeate the poker area, although this is not unduly loud unless slots tournaments or other major events are in progress.
Players here earn comps at the rate of $1 per hour. These earnings are exchangeable for meals and premium services such as cocktails, massages, and discounted hotel accommodation. Other incentives include promotions such as the straight $222 cash reward for anyone lucky enough to make quad deuces. Excalibur also has the usual high-hand rewards and a Wheel of Fortune-style reward for players who lose with pocket aces. Wheel rewards include cash, Excalibur merchandise, and other credits that can be used around the casino.