Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- Boarding Pass
- Comps & Promotions
- $1/hour. Stations-wide Bad Beat Jackpot, starts at $75K for Aces full of 10's beaten by Quads. Before progressive reaches $100K, quads must be flopped to qualify.. High Hand bonuses: Quads pay $25 and all straight flushes pay $100. In addition, any four of a kind hit on the flop every Tuesday and Saturday pays $500.
Palace Station Details
Located on West Sahara Avenue, The Palace Station is part of the recognizable Station Casinos brand that boasts many venues in Nevada. With a band of regular players who keep the games going from day to day, there is a very social and relaxed atmosphere in this cozy poker room. In terms of interior design, a “crazy paving” stylized carpet prompts a retro feel. Comfy coffee-colored padded bucket seats match the outer design of approximately 10 tables in the room. Large monitors are mounted on the walls of the Palace Station poker room, often screening all the biggest sporting events.
The Palace Station joins with the other Station Casinos in a number of multi-room promotions. These include the bad-beat jackpot and royal-flush bonus. The Palace Station also runs the $1 per hour Station comp program that gives you the opportunity to convert your hours of play into food, drinks, and other luxury services on Station properties. Tableside food delivery and free cocktails and soft drinks are provided as standard.
The poker action at the Palace Station suits players who want to relax away from the high-stakes drama to be found elsewhere on the Las Vegas Strip. While no-limit hold’em is available, with Omaha on request, limit hold’em is the main game of choice for most locals. Stakes of $1-$2 and $2-$4 are the most common games spread. A full listing of current action can be found on the Palace Station poker room website, including up-to-the-minute updates about waiting lists and current promotions.