Reader’s Choice Nominees: Favorite Las Vegas Poker Room

The 6th Annual BLUFF Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards give poker fans the chance to have their say about who and what they like in the world of poker. Before voting opens on December 6 we’ll introduce each of the nominees in the 14 categories. The Strip in Las Vegas is about to get a lot more competitive as five poker rooms vie for The Favorite Las Vegas Poker Room Readers Choice Award.


It may be the new kid on the strip, but Aria is quickly establishing itself as one of the coolest spots in town for poker players. The online young guns flock to the cash games and the frequent tweeting of Aria Poker Room Ambassador Jean-Robert Bellande ensures there will always be some familiar faces lurking in Ivey’s Room.

The Bellagio

Week in and week out, the poker room at Bellagio is always filled to bursting with everything from $1/$2 to $100/$200. The recent addition of Limit Hold’em machines right outside the poker room only gives grinders even more options, not to mention a way to blow off some steam after a bad beat.

Caesars Palace

The granddaddy of modern day poker rooms, Caesars continues to boast one of the most comfortable and spacious rooms on the strip. The small buy-in tournaments are some of the best deals on the strip and the central location right next to Pure Nightclub is a nice perk as well.

The Venetian

For mid-stakes grinders, there might be no better place to find action than the Venetian. The large room may not get the biggest games in Vegas anymore, but the mid-stakes games run with regularity and the large room features a wide assortment of Limit and No Limit games. Plus, the quarterly Deep Stack Extravaganzas ensure the room is filled to bursting with some of the largest events on the Strip.

Wynn Las Vegas

The Wynn Poker Room screams luxury and its secluded location within the casino means you won’t be listening to ringing slot machines while facing a big decision at the tables.  Those looking for deep stack action also appreciate that there is no cap on the buy-in for all the no limit games.

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Editor in Chief: Lance Bradley began working with BLUFF in March 2008 and was named Editor in Chief in August 2009. Prior to joining BLUFF Bradley launched an independent poker blog, in 2006. Before entering the world of poker media he was the Poker Room Manager for Bodog from January 2004 until June 2006. He graduated from the Applied Journalism program Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Vancouver, Canada.
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