Circus Circus closed its poker room September, 2013
Circus Circus -- CLOSED Poker Room Description
The Circus Circus poker room is one of the oldest continuously operating poker rooms in the City of Las Vegas. The poker room opened sometime around 1974, and has been running ever since. Offering 10 tables, the Circus Circus Poker Room most commonly spreads 3/6 Limit Hold'em and 1/2 No Limit Hold'em, with the latter being spread mainly on the weekends.
Located just past the Las Vegas Strip entrance and valet parking, the Circus Circus Poker Room offers a discounted room rate for poker players as well as $1/hour comps.
The chairs didn't swivel, but were comfortable. Automatic shufflers kept the action going and the tables were in good condition. It was pretty cold in the room but there was just 1 table going and it was right under the vent. It was also nice to count on have a game going here in the morning since I was on eastern time. ... Read more »
Not a room, but an area. It is near the front entrance, which was nice. The table I was at had a high point beneath the felt that I guess was there to support the flop cards; however, the felt was so old, there was "stretch marks" around that area, right in the center of the table. The chairs were also very old. Even though no one was smoking in the poker area, the whole place smells like smok... Read more »
Small room with crooked, dirty tables. No reason to come here unless you just wanted to say you were there once (like I did). They had two low-limit tables going. I think I played 2-4 limit for about 2 orbits before I had to leave for the airport. there were at least 2 local props at my table. ... Read more »