Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- 24 Karat Club
- Comps & Promotions
- $2/hour in comps for cash game play. Comps are good at all hotel restaurants and Landry’s restaurants worldwide. Comps may also be used towards hotel rooms. High Hand Jackpots for all quads and straight flushes. Double High Hand Jackpots from 8am to 2pm daily. Progressive Royals. High Hand of the Hour, Midnight to 8am, $100. Money rolls over if not hit. Minimum hand is Aces full. Progressive Bad Beat Jackpot starting at $10k for Quads beaten. 40% to loser, 30% to winner, 30% to rest of table.
Golden Nugget LV Details
The Golden Nugget is one of the most famous poker rooms in Las Vegas. “The Nugget” is seen by many as the spiritual home of legendary televised poker show High Stakes Poker — with its High Roller Suite being witness to some of the biggest and most dramatic pots in TV history. Several series of NBC’s Poker After Dark also have been taped here, so players have a good chance of rubbing shoulders with big-name poker pros.
As the name suggests, the Golden Nugget Poker Room maintains the casino’s gold rush theme. Tables are fitted with golden felt and sit below spotlight lampshades that emit low levels of filtered, golden light. Deep, velvet-backed chairs are around the tables and allow you to sink back in great comfort when contemplating tough decisions. Flat-panel TVs are placed above each table and display tournament information at such close range so that even short-sighted players can stay on the pulse of the action.
At the Golden Nugget poker room, you can take part in the full spread of hold’em, Omaha, stud, and other mixed games. If you want a more secluded experience, you can book a private table where only your party is allowed. These games are dealer-dealt and accessible to people who want to play any game or stake for a small extra fee. In the main room, daily tournaments are spread for no-limit hold’em players. Golden Nugget players can always find an exciting new promotion, with these rotating between high-hand jackpots and bad-beat bonuses. The room offers $2/hour in comps, redeemable at any restaurant in the casino. Tables have telephone chargers.