High Hand payouts 24/7. Royal Flushes ($300), Straight Flushes ($100) and Quads ($75). Royals have "good neighbor" payout ($100)to players on immediate right and left. Highest hand promo 7 Days a week. December Cash Back promo, for 10 hours of live play, choose an envelope that has between $10 & $100. Holiday drawings ($50) between 12/16 and 12/22. One ticket for every hour of live play, drawings held every half hour between 4PM and 9:30PM. Double hours on promos between 2AM and 10AM.
Football promo on Sunday, Monday & Thursday night games. Highest hand of each quarter wins $50 (1st Q), $100, (2nd Q) $150 (3rd Q) and $200 (4th Q).
The cash games listed above are the regularly spread games in this room. Others games and stakes are sometimes played based on player interest.
Monte Carlo Poker Room Description
The Monte Carlo Poker Room is one of the few continuously operating poker rooms in the city, opening the same day as the resort, June 21st, 1996.
The room itself is an actual room that is walled on three sides, with a half wall on the front, and a central entry. It is nestled directly in between the Race and Sports Book and the restrooms.
With regard to room aesthetics, the Monte Carlo Poker Room offers dark wood mahogany veneers, elegant lighting, and period paintings of poker games from the days of yore adorn the walls. The colors are that of dark browns, light browns, and burgundy accents. Flat screen televisions are located in the corners of the room.
The tables have recently been redone with new felt, and include a wooden racetrack encircling the table itself. Automatic shufflers are in installed in all 8 tables. Various promotions draw local players and visiting players to the Monte Carlo Poker Room. Most popular games include 2-6 Spread Limit Hold'em and 1/2 No Limit Hold'em.
I would give the room a 5 for a budget player looking for a good room to play in except for one very large reason. There were audio issues with the music. It was like a five year old had control over the audio and was constantly turning it up and down every 30 seconds. This drove a few cash players away and drove the tournament players batty. ... Read more »
This is a room designed to play poker in. It\'s just too bad it\'s so out of the way--although in many ways it\'s also very convenient. Walking form the Strip on Rue de Monte Carlo, as you turn toward the casino entrance, the firt door you go in, the poker room is right there. (Which means I don\'t know how far it is from the garage.) It\'s right next to restrooms. But it looks like it\'s also at ... Read more »
The fact that it is isolated from the main casino is a definite plus. Vibe is \"play poker\". Chairs comfy, and old, but cushions are available. Small room, but never feels crowded. Jim & Jim, the two room managers I encountered were friendly and accommodating.... Read more »
small room, very friendly staff.
very clean, nice feel to an isolated part of the casino.
fun crowd,nearly all tourists like myself.
negatives? needed a new 7h in the tournament.........no new set ups!... Read more »
Room is wedged in a corner of the casino, so no walk by traffic. Table by the rail is very, very smoky. Bathroom nearby through. Chairs aren't adjustable, like they're from 10 years ago. They play with $1 gaming coins and $2 "rake"chips in 1/3. But people were having a good time and they were pretty busy.... Read more »