The Suncoast Poker Room in Summerlin is gearing up for a “$15,000 Sizzlin’ Free Roll Poker Tournament” slated for Dec. 18.
Players qualify for the tournament with 80 rated “live” hours of play from past play from Oct. 4 through Dec. 4. Receive 500 extra tournament chips for every 25 hours over 80 qualifying hours. Get credit for double hours when you play from 1a.m. to 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily. You can also collect three hours for each initial tournament entry. First place will take home $3,000.
The Suncoast poker room is a non-smoking, 12 table card room open 24 hours a day. The poker room features $2-4, $4-8, and $10-20 limit Texas Hold’em, $1-2, and $2-5 blind No-Limit Texas Hold’em, $4-8 Omaha Hi, $4-8 Omaha Hi-Lo, and $1-5 Seven Card Stud. The room also features 12 plasma TV’s for players’ viewing enjoyment.
As with all Coast poker rooms, players earn comp dollars for playing in live games, which may be used for food, toward room rates, gift shop, etc. Coming soon will be a “bonus hand” promotion where players receive cash when making four of a kind or better, as well as a daily No Limit Hold’em Tournament.
Private poker tournaments and games are also welcome on a space available basis. To schedule a game, contact them at 702-636-7111 or 1-877-636-7111. For more information on Suncoast tournaments and promotions visit: www.suncoastcasino.com/
There are some new changes and additions to the poker room promotions starting this month. As before they are still running the weekly $2,500 Free Roll, mini bad beat jackpots, progressive high hands and aces cracked 24/7. The high hand of the hour has changed from the former 10 a.m.-1 p.m. now to 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and increased the 11 a.m.-noon high hand payout from $100 to $200.
The Riv has also added a bonus free roll at the end of each month with $5,000 up for grabs.
South Point Hotel and Casino has a 24 hour, 22 table non-smoking poker room. South Point Poker Room offers all of the most popular poker games and a variety of betting limits. Games featured are $2-4 and $4-8 Limit Texas Hold’em, and $1-2 and $2-5 blind No-Limit. Texas Hold’em games feature full blinds and half-kills, with the exception of No-Limit.
Players earn $1 an hour in comps playing in live games and you’ll find a daily “High Hand” promotion. You can watch your favorite sports event on state of the art plasma television screens. During football season a pro team jersey drawing is held at 10 p.m. on Sunday and Monday nights, awarded to a seated active player.
May the “nuts” be with you.
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