Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- Total Rewards
- Comps & Promotions
- $1/hr. 2 Freeroll’s every week (Mondays & Fridays) $5,000 prize pool 1st-10th = $350 each 11th-20th = $150 Play 10 hours to qualify for Friday, Play 8 hours to qualify for Monday all freerolls held @9am. Also, Monthly freeroll – “Bounties and Bosses”: $15,000 prize pool, play 50 hours in the month of July. Monthly freeroll to be held Saturday, August 2nd @ 9am. $100 bounty on every player in the freeroll $200 bounty on every boss in the freeroll (one boss at each table). Final table splits remaining prize pool after all bounties have been paid. High Hands: Quads - $50 straight flush - $100 royal flush - $500.
Flamingo has one of the most well-established poker rooms in Sin City. Now owned by Caesars Entertainment and located on Las Vegas Boulevard, this social venue offers more than 10 tables of poker. Hold’em is the main game here, as proven by at least five daily no-limit hold’em tournaments that run around the clock. On the cash-game front, limit hold’em and no-limit hold’em are both available at stakes as high as $2-$5 (NL) and $4-$8 (limit).
As the name suggests, The Flamingo poker room does not shy away from pink. Large pink posters advertise the current poker promotions and upcoming events, but the walls are more restrained in their beige and brown colors. The poker action is neatly segregated from the rest of the casino property. Perspex divides allow passing players to check in on the play from the nearby slot machines. At the center of the room is an information desk, where players can buy chips, ask questions, and register for upcoming cash games. A double-backed TV screen is mounted to this wooden structure and displays information about waiting lists and tournaments. Other TV screens around are dotted around the perimeter of the room and relay sports coverage.
Cocktail service, massages, table-side food service, free wireless Internet, and other typical poker-room services are readily available to patrons. Comps are earned at the rate of $1 per hour.