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20th+ trip to the Greatest city on Earth! By: Beaureguarde Date: 03/09/09 Rooms: Aliante Station -- CLOSED, Binion's, Fitzgeralds - CLOSED, Golden Nugget, Hard Rock, MGM Grand, Monte Carlo, Orleans, Palace Station, Palms, Planet Hollywood, Red Rock, , , Texas Station, Venetian
High Hand Bonus for Quads, $25, 24/7.
Multi-Property Bad Beat Jackpot is offered. Progressive Royal Flush Bonus (new 5th Royal starts at $25K.)
Football squares for Sunday, Monday and Thursday games. $50 for 1st 3 quarters and $100 for final score.
The cash games listed above are the regularly spread games in this room. Others games and stakes are sometimes played based on player interest.
Palace Station Poker Room Description
The Palace Station poker room is a 9 table room located next to the side entrance to the casino. It is locals room specializing in low limit games.
As part of the Stations chain, the room offers a Multi-property progressive Bad Beat Jackpot and a progressive Royal Flush progressive.
Similar to Sam's Town or the other Station properties, both in terms of amenities and clientele. The chips are old and dirty, so's the felt, the chairs are mediocre, but they have swipe-in at the table and auto-shufflers, so that's good. They spread limit hold e'm, run free rolls and bad beats and high hands. Pretty predictable mix of old timers just looking for something to do. Nobody really grin... Read more »
Palace Station is the original Stations casino. Catering to locals, the room is about what you would expect for a locals room. Nothing spectacular, and nothing that bad. Just average in every way. Recently remodeled, it is basically the same room it always was but with nicer wallpaper and slighlty better chairs.... Read more »
There are some very comfy chairs in which to sit while waiting for a table to open. The chairs at the tables are fine as well. It's rather like visiting an uncle who runs a poker game every weekend; I've only been three times but I notice a lot of the same players. I never care much to watch TV, but they're there, and I didn't have to ask to watch baseball and not FOX News. Good!... Read more »