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Mandalay Bay Poker Room

Overview

Part of Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino

Situated just beyond the sportsbook in its own elevated area of the casino floor, the 10-table smoke-free Poker Room at Mandalay Bay hosts Limit and No Limit Hold'em games. Room amenities include auto-shufflers, currency exchange, cocktail service, massage, valet parking, TVs and more. Card players will normally find at least three no-limit tournaments running every day, with buy-ins ranging between $40 and $100. The cash-game action features no-limit games up to $2-$5 stakes and limit hold’em as high as $3-$6. *Format subject to change. Check with room attendant for schedule. 

Stats

Poker tables:10
Self parking:Yes
Valet:Yes
Casino sq/ft:135,000 sq/ft
Convention sq/ft:2,000,000 sq/ft
Poker games available: Limit Holdem , NL Holdem
Hotels: Delano Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay Tower Rooms & Suites
Rates: $80.00 - $465.00

Address

Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino
3950 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA

Contact

Phone 702-632-7790
Website Website

Hours of Operation

Thursday 3:00pm to 2:00am
Friday 3:00pm to 2:00am
Saturday 3:00pm to 2:00am
Sunday 3:00pm to 2:00am
Monday 3:00pm to 2:00am

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Guest Posted on December 6th, 2006
Impressions: I thought that the Mandalay Bay poker room provides a very pleasant experience, especially for a player like myself, who does not particularly care for the hustle and bustle of other rooms in Vegas. The players tended to be younger than in other rooms, friendlier and less full of themselves. That was my experience, but it could have just been that particular day. I was at a convention and was there on a Sunday, so I was able to combine some poker time with the pro football games, as the room is adjacent to the sports book. Do not smoke and can not take a smoking environment, so appreciated the non-smoking rule.
Atmosphere: It was kind of a smallish room. There were about a dozen tables, in good condition, with comfortable chairs. I liked the electronic board, which showed which games were spread and if there were any openings.
Dealers: I played at a table with a wonderfully professional woman dealer, who kept things moving and could not have been more courteous and friendly.
Food: I do not drink, but did notice constant flow of drinks, delivered by attractive, attentive ladies to tables. There is a deli close to the room for food.
Service: My wait for a table was less than 30 minutes. Manager took my name when I entered the room, put me on a list, and after he lead me to a table he immediately got my chips and brought over to me. This very professional staff seemed to keep everyone happy, and all customers in my vicinity appeared very satisfied.
Comps: One of my fellow players told me that after about four hours of play they give you a $5.00 meal ticket, which is not up to what you receive in many of the other top rooms.

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