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Poker Room Details

Venue Type
Hotel & Casino
Rewards Program
Mlife
Comps & Promotions
$3/hour comps on all limit Hold 'em Games. $2/hour comps on all No Limit Hold'em games. Bad beat jackpot starts at $2,500, Aces full of Jacks beaten by quads. Includes a room share. Graveyard Giveway Drawings at 6am, 7am and 8am start at $100 and progress $100 if no winner claims the prize. Tickets earned starting at 2am. High Hand Bonuses: $500 for Royals, $200 for straight flushes, $100 for quads. Card of the Day: Every day at 9AM a card is selected at random. If quads are made with that card, everyone at that table gets $100.

Luxor Casino Details

Luxor Las Vegas offers a 9-table poker room to players on Las Vegas Boulevard. As a mid-sized venue, Luxor offers a decent spread of variety in its games. Although all of the room’s daily tournaments are no-limit hold’em, cash games vary between no-limit, spread-limit and limit hold’em.



In an attempt to produce a unique selling point to the saturated market of live poker venues in Las Vegas, The Luxor offers inflated comp rates for players in many of its games. Spread-limit savants collect $5 per hour in credits, while limit hold’em gurus claim a solid $3 for every hour spent at the tables. All earnings can be traded for the usual selection of tableside options, including food service and massages (as always, drinks are free). Comps can also be banked for use elsewhere in the building.



Luxor also has a full selection of poker-room promotions. Spread-limit players are able to take advantage of the familiar aces-cracked promo from dawn until dusk and receive $50 if their aces go down in flames. NFL lovers can watch the game from the poker room as they play and spice up the action with NFL drawings. Luxor’s high-hand jackpot is also improved if the high hand is made during an NFL game.



The poker room is adequately sized and features automatic shufflers. Such modern design also runs through the slate-gray-and-gold color scheme of the poker room. Although the poker room is an open area at the back of the casino floor, the glowing “poker” sign and gray railings provide clear separation. The table felts are also silvery-gray and surrounded by black padded swivel chairs. Monitors at either end of the room screen NFL games and other sports within range of the tables.