Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- Can Club
- Comps & Promotions
- $1/hr. $5K Freeroll Monthly, 40 hours to qualify. Monster Flops: Quads on flop $100 Straight Flushes on flop $150 Royals on flop $200 Royals on flop with Ace in hand $500. Aces Cracked 24/7 $25 bonus paid < 20 hours = $25 20-40 hours = $50 40-60 hours = $75 > 60 = $100 for extra non-double hours played only..Top Ten bonus: Top 3 hour players paid cash, places 4-10 get free slot play.. Hot Seat every Friday and Saturday 3pm,5pm,7pm,9pm possibly win $50 or $100 in cash
Cannery Casino Details
The Cannery Casino & Hotel in North Las Vegas offers a small poker area within its main casino. Although this is a hold’em-only venue, The Cannery does provide a choice of limit or no-limit play at low stakes.
Poker players at The Cannery can take advantage of hospitality deals such the typical $1 per hour comp rate. Unlike many smaller poker rooms, these credits can be exchanged for tableside food and drink service in addition to other services throughout the property. The Cannery also promotes a poker rate for players wishing to stay its on-site hotel. To qualify for this offer, you need to play at least 4 hours per day in the poker area on every day of your stay. In terms of in-game promotions, players who rack up at least 40 hours of play during a calendar month are eligible for a $5,000 freeroll tournament played on the first Sunday every month. An aces-cracked promo also runs in cash games. Players who lose with aces are given a straight $25 if their cards were of different colors and $50 if their cards were of the same color.
The Cannery’s poker area stands out from the rest of the casino with emerald green table felts catching the eye from afar. Shiny black leather chairs sit around each of these tables, with small spotlighting above helping to create this luminous effect. When sitting at the tables, you are within range of the small television monitors on each wall. The TVs stream news and sports broadcasts during cash game sessions and display basic tournament information when those games are in progress. As there is no physical partition between the poker tables and the rest of the casino floor, the usual sounds of gambling are audible during play.