We cover the poker scene in nine different markets. The type of information available includes the types of cash games and limits, tournaments with the buy-in and structures, promotions and special events. Click the link within each section to see more details about that poker market.
Las Vegas poker rooms
Las Vegas is home to the World Series of Poker. There are 19 open Las Vegas poker rooms. There were 31 before the pandemic closure. Players will find poker rooms throughout the Las Vegas Strip and locals market. There is only one poker room left in downtown Las Vegas.
Atlantic City poker rooms
Only three of the five Atlantic City poker rooms have reopened. Those are located at Borgata, Harrah’s and Tropicana. Borgata is by far the largest of the three. Harrah’s and Tropicana operate with the same promotions and game selection. Poker tournaments have returned to Borgata. Harrah’s and Tropicana only deal cash games.
Colorado poker rooms
There are five open Colorado poker rooms. Four are located in Black Hawk. Midnight Rose in Cripple Creek is the other. There are no poker rooms in Central City. The Black Hawk poker rooms are at Ameristar, Bally’s, Isle and Monarch. Bally’s is the only one with poker tournaments.
Deadwood poker rooms
There are three poker rooms in Deadwood, a city in western South Dakota. It is the only place where commercial casinos are legal in the state. Cadillac Jack’s, Saloon No. 10 and Silverado all deal cash games and poker tournaments. The $1,000 bet limit makes no limit games impossible. Most games are spread limit, typically 2-10, 2-20 with a few higher limit spreads up to a few hundred dollars. The Mid-States Poker Tour visits Silverado twice a year.
Maryland poker rooms
There are four poker rooms in Maryland. All are at the casinos closest to Baltimore. The Maryland poker rooms are at Hollywood Casino Perryville, Horseshoe Baltimore, Live! Maryland and MGM National Harbor.
Michigan poker rooms
There are six casino poker rooms in Michigan. Three are in Detroit. Two are at tribal casinos in the Lower Peninsula. The other is at a tribal casino on the Upper Peninsula. Most deal poker tournaments.
Pennsylvania poker rooms
There are eight Pennsylvania poker rooms. These are located at Live! Philadelphia, Meadows, Mohegan Sun Pocono, Mount Airy, Parx, Rivers Philadelphia, Rivers Pittsburgh and Wind Creek. Two other Pennsylvania poker rooms remain temporarily closed. Wind Creek reopened its poker room on October 1, 2021. Several poker rooms in Pennsylvania deal tournaments.
Ohio poker rooms
There are four Ohio poker rooms. These are located at Hard Rock Casino, Hollywood Casino Columbus, Hollywood Casino Toledo and JACK Cleveland. These are all the full-service casinos in the state. Hard Rock Casino and Hollywood Casino Columbus deal poker tournaments.
West Virginia poker rooms
There were four West Virginia poker rooms before the pandemic. Three have reopened. Those are at Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races, Mardi Gras Casino and Wheeling Island. No West Virginia poker rooms have tournaments.