• July 24, 2021

Best Places to Play Poker in Las Vegas

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Low stakes poker in Las Vegas is an absolute blast. It’s almost always laid-back, breezy, and full of fun-loving tourists exactly like you, just looking to play some Texas Hold’em. And it’s the only game in the entire casino where you’re not playing against the house – just other players.
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So what low stakes poker game are we talking about? $2/$4 Limit Hold’em, or sometimes just called “2/4 limit.”
I recommend that a beginner wanting to play poker in Las Vegas for the first time start out in a low-limit game, such as 2/4 or $3/$6. The best poker room in Las Vegas for a beginner wanting to start off with small stakes is at the Flamingo Hotel and Casino.

  • The buy-in for low limit poker is incredibly low, probably much lower than you think.
  • Playing limit, in my view, significantly reduces the nervousness factor, which in turn makes the game more fun. Without getting into the rules in detail, in limit hold’em, there’ll be fewer tough decisions to make. Often you’ll just have to decide whether or not to toss $4 more dollars into to pot to see if your pair of jacks is good.
  • There are zero $2/$4 limit hold’em pros in Las Vegas. There are, however, some young guns trying to grind out a living playing $1/$2 no-limit.
  • Just like when you play slots or table games, you’ll be treated with free water, pop, and cocktails while playing in Las Vegas poker rooms
  • The Flamingo poker room has a bad beat jackpot. The qualifying hand for this jackpot changes, but basically, if you lose while holding quad sixes or better, you’ll get 40% of whatever the progressive jackpot is at the time. The “winner” of the hand gets 20% of the jackpot while every player in the poker room at the time split 40% of the jackpot. In addition, there is a high hand bonus.

Source: gamboool.com
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