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Orleans Poker Room

Overview

Part of Orleans Hotel & Casino Las Vegas

You won't find any of the glitz and bright colors that are found in many other Vegas poker rooms, what you will find is a refreshingly minimalist decor with The Orleans huge 35-table, non-smoking poker room features super-soft adjustable padded leather seats and plenty of plasma screens and lower limit action.  Games offered include Texas Hold'em with Half Kill, No Limit Hold'em, Omaha High-Low with Half Kill, Seven Card Stud, and Seven Card Stud Hi-Low, and when demand warrants, higher limit games.  Weekend wait times are <15 minutes.

The Orleans offers good daily tournaments at 12:05pm and 7:05pm and is one of the few places that offers a regular Omaha tournament.  The room also hosts the Orleans Open Poker series which is typically held during the World Series of Poker.  There's a full range of lower buy-in tournaments if the crowd at the WSOP has you burned out.

Cocktail service is available table side and very responsive.

Stats

Poker tables:35
Poker Open 24/7:Yes
Self parking:Yes
Casino sq/ft:137,000 sq/ft
Convention sq/ft:40,000 sq/ft
Poker games available: NL Texas Hold'em , Omaha Hi-Lo , 7 Card Stud , Mixed Games , 7 Card Stud Hi-Lo
Hotels: The Orleans Hotel & Casino
Rates: $85.00 - $86.00

Address

Orleans Hotel & Casino Las Vegas
4500 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89103, USA

Contact

Available 24/7 Yes
Phone (702) 365-7150
Website Website

Hours of Operation

Open 24/7

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Guest Posted on June 16th, 2007
Impressions: There are a lot of locals that play here. A lot of people think that this makes the games tough to beat, but in reality I think these games are pretty soft.
Atmosphere: The tables are not the newest, but they have been recently re-covered and they're decent. The chairs are average. What I like is that there is plenty of space between the tables.
Dealers: The dealers are better than average for the most part. Some are very good, a few are below average. One guy shakes all the time and is extremely nervous. I think he might have a drug problem. If not he has a nervous disorder. Some of the dealers are inattentive, but generally they are pretty good.
Food: I think the drink service is a little better than average, but not the best. They have Heineken which is my beer of choice while playing poker. The waitresses are slightly better looking than average, as a whole.
Service: This room is one of the best run rooms I've been at, as far as speed of getting a seat. The table management is excellent. Its a big room and I almost always have played 1/2 nl here. I rarely have to wait more than 15 minutes and its usually less than 5 minutes.
Comps: I think the editor's comment of $1.25/hr is correct. This is better than most I think.

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