Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- The Club
- Comps & Promotions
- 1/hr. comps. $37,000 April Hours Race: Top 100 hours earners get paid. Top 10 receive $1000. Splashin’ All Day: When the board flops Trips, $50 will be splashed into the next pot. Have the fourth card of the flop and win $500! Fully Loaded Flush Fridays: Make a 7 card flush in Hold’Em & receive jackpot payout. Jackpots start at $500 & go up $250 every wk. South Point Pair Days: Next one is Fours on 4/4. Win up to $1000 when you improve with Fours. High Hand payouts for quads or better in cash games & tournaments. Bonus payouts for High Hands when playing 4-8 Limit Hold’Em or higher and 2-5 NLH or higher.
South Point Details
Located not far from the main Las Vegas Strip, the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa has a well-proportioned poker room that spreads more than 20 tables of your favorite games. Limit and no-limit hold’em make up the bulk of the South Point’s action, but this still includes a variety of full blind and half-kill choices. Mid-stakes Omaha high (with half-kill) is also known to run regularly.
As you play at the South Point, you earn $1 for every hour of poker action taken. Speak to a poker room host to start earning points that can be swapped for South Point merchandise, free meals, spa goodies, discounted rooms, and more. Comps are tracked on an electronic system, which joins the room’s automatic card shufflers in helping to provide fast action. As the poker room was refurbished at the start of the millennium, meaning the room isn’t as worse for wear as some other rooms in Sin City. The South Point enforces a strict non-smoking policy to conform to Nevada health and safety laws. The design of the poker room includes carpets and walls endowed with lustrous gold and rich coffee colors. Comfortable padded-back swivel chairs are at all tables, with large television screens at viewing height all around the room. These relay information during tournaments and display South Point promotions during the peak times of cash-game activity.
he South Point has received global attention from poker fans as one of the hosting casinos for cult poker TV series High Stakes Poker. Still thriving on this fame, The South Point poker room also offers a complete line-up of daily tournaments. These are split between Omaha, NL Crazy Pineapple and No-Limit Hold’em. There are fast paced turbo tournaments and deep and steep games that favor the players with the patience to outlast competitive fields.