Poker Tables:
9 Tables
Minimum Age:
21
ferretinns wrote a review about Rio in Las Vegas, NV

Well run tournaments, little ambience/atmosphere...

The room was small and somewhat cramped. Though feeling homey, being essentially attached to the Sportsbook resulted in an unusual feel.

Having played both 4/8 and no limit the players were about average for both types of play. 4/8 (no fold'em holdem) was played in typical fashion. No limit had a good mix of players.

Though not overly personable, the majority of the dealers were more than competent. A few who dealth in the tourneys were a little more challenged than others.

I have not been in a poker room yet where drinks are monitored in an efficient manner. As usual though, the Rio provides some of the best looking waitresses in town.

While the waiting lists were managed reasonably well, the employees did not seem all that interested in your existence.

There were none at the time I played.

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