Phone:
(702) 454-8092
Minimum Age:
21
Poker Tables:
11 Tables
Hours:
24/7
  • Sam's Town Casino

Poker Room Features

Poker Room Details

Venue Type
Hotel & Casino
Rewards Program
B Connected
Comps & Promotions
$1.25/hr. Rolling High Hands – Aces full or better to qualify with carryover jackpot runs nightly 11PM-3AM. 2-2-2 Tuesdays promo, all quads worth $22 with one card and $222 with two hole cards, all straight flushes worth $33 with one card and $333 with two hole cards.. Fast Beat Levels, single table bad beat jackpot $500 for Aces full or better beaten, $1000 for quads or better beaten and $2500 for straight flush or better beaten. (losing hand 50%, winning hand 25%, table share splits 25%). Aces cracked Thursdays. First six players to get AA as hole cards and lose the hand receives $50. In November: $250 Flopped Quads in all Omaha games. $25 Splash pots Mondays 9AM-1PM, 6-10PM. Rocket Royals, Four progressive Royal Flushes starting at $250 and progressing $15 per day until hit. NFL PROMO: Football squares for the Sunday morning game, as well as the Sunday, Monday and Thursday night games. Payout is $50 for each quarter with carryovers week to week if a square isn’t won.

Sam's Town Las Vegas Details

Sam’s Town is one of the medium-sized casinos and poker venues on the Boulder Highway in Las Vegas. As one the most long-established poker rooms in Sin City, this venue honors its heritage by spreading a more old-fashioned selection of different poker games than many modern venues. Low-stakes cash tables run Omaha eight-or-better, seven-card stud, plus the more contemporary spread-limit hold’em and no-limit hold’em games. Daily and weekly no-limit hold'em tournaments also run with buy-ins between $20 and $100. It is possible to reserve a cash-game seat or register for a tournament at Sam’s Town by phoning the casino.

The Sam’s Town poker room is found at the far end of the casino floor. The surrounding walls are eggshell colored and frame more than 10 tightly-packed packed poker tables. The poker area is divided from the rest of the casino floor by a dark-wood railing. There is good visibility so that tourists and other visitors can view the action. The poker tables are illuminated by large hanging chandeliers.

The typical range of Las Vegas poker room promotions is also offered. High hand payouts are offered, and a progressive bad beat jackpot. Players earn comps at the rate of $1.25 per hour — good for meals in the casino, drinks at the bars, and other services.

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