Poker Room Features
Poker Room Details
- Venue Type
- Hotel & Casino
- Rewards Program
- Boarding Pass
- Comps & Promotions
- $1/hr. Jumbo Royal Flush promotion, includes property-wide payout when 4th Royal hits.. Daily progressive bonuses for quads.
Texas Station Details
Texas Station closed its poker room in August, 2014
The Texas Station has been a favorite Las Vegas Hotel and Casino resort since its grand opening in 1995. The Texas Station poker room is impressively roomy. It is helped to give this impression by excellent distance between the roughly 10 tables, as well as the ample lighting — making the action easy on the eyes throughout the night. Dealers and floor staff in this room have a reputation for excellent customer service to attend to your needs quickly. Unlimited complimentary drinks are available to all players, whilst $1 per hour of play is earned in comps, which can be traded for further food and drink services in any Station Casino.
In aesthetic terms, the Texas Station poker room portrays a basement home-game environment. Its exposed brick walls and simple carpet seem quite appropriate given its devoted core of regular players from the North Las Vegas area. The common games are an interesting combination of fixed-limit Omaha, no-limit hold’em, and spread-limit hold’em. Though stakes typically only rise as high as $4-$8, this is not a deterrent to deep-stacked cash-game action. Due to uncapped maximum buy-ins, reports state that many locals sit down in front of thousands of dollars.
Although distant from the Las Vegas Strip in the North of Las Vegas, the Texas Station joins with its sister venues in partnership with Nevada’s first legal and regulated online poker venue — Ultimate Poker. The cashier will happily process deposits and withdrawals from Ultimate Poker and allow for conversion between digital funds, Station chips, and cash. A list of current cash games and waiting lists is available from the Station Casinos poker website.