Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- Total Rewards
- Comps & Promotions
- $1/hour comp rate, 3 hours of live play earns a free buffet. Qualifying now for WSOP freeroll, minimum 30 hours of play by 6/1 to qualify (the more hours played, the more chips in the freeroll). Prizes included 2 Main Event seats. 50 places paid, cash payout option available.
Bally’s Las Vegas is a major venue for no-limit hold’em specialists. The Bally’s brand is famous with poker-industry professionals as a provider of software and technology to gaming companies all over the world. With a history of being at the leading edge of the poker business, it is not surprising that Bally’s Las Vegas provides one of the most advanced poker rooms in the country.
Bally’s Las Vegas gives an interesting contrast between the modern and the classic. Old-fashioned features of the poker room include 10-handed tables as standard, meaning that tighter hand selection pays dividends. Although located in the heart of Las Vegas, Bally’s is free from the ostentatious design features that are synonymous with many of the bigger venues. Plain chairs, unfettered plain walls, and a nondescript carpet prove that this is a venue for true poker players rather than Vegas tourists. Bally’s is true to this with more than 10 tables of limit and no-limit hold’em action, usually running at stakes of $1-$2, $2-$5, and $3-$6.
Tournaments are the main draw of the daily action at Bally’s. No fewer than four $60 no-limit hold’em events run every day and fill the tournament tables in the room. Alongside this, our correspondents report that the playing experience at Bally’s Las Vegas is enhanced by rapid cocktail and tableside service. Comps are $1 for every hour of play. Earnings can be redeemed for meals, which are often large-scale, filling versions of many American favorites.