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Overview

Part of Flamingo Las Vegas

Your favorite Las Vegas casino poker games are at the Flamingo Las Vegas Poker Room. Tournaments are scheduled often and cash games are the way to go for some players. If you are savvy enough to use your Total Rewards card for everything you do at the Flamingo you will get free comps for meals, rooms, and more.

The Flamingo has a no smoking 6-table room in a back corner of the casino.  The room offers $1-$1 No Limit with a $50 minimum buy-in and a $200 max buy-in and $1-$3 No Limit with a $100 minimum buy-in and a $500 max buy-in as well as 2-4 and higher limit games. Players can choose from six daily Texas Hold'em No Limit tournaments.

Wait lists are maintained via computer.  Tables (auto-shufflers) and chairs (fixed leg) are in excellent condition and there are 7 flat screen TVs.

The Flamingo recent added a Megabeat bad beat jackpot promotion.  The jackpot starts at $50,000 with four tens as the qualifying hand.  For each $20,000 increase in the jackpot, the qualifying hand goes down a notch.

Player comps are tracked at $1/hour on your Total Rewards card.

Stats

Poker tables:6
Poker Open 24/7:Yes
Self parking:Yes
Valet:Yes
Casino sq/ft:77,000 sq/ft
Convention sq/ft:73,000 sq/ft
Poker games available: Limit Holdem , NL Holdem
Hotels: Flamingo Las Vegas
Rates: $65.00 - $285.00

Address

Flamingo Las Vegas
3555 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA

Contact

Available 24/7 Yes
Phone (702) 733-3485
Website Website
Twitter @FLVpoker

Hours of Operation

Open 24/7

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Guest Posted on June 16th, 2007
Impressions: It isn't the nicest atmosphere and the players I saw were generally scummy, but the management was nice and I got a seat at the game I wanted right away. It wasn't anything special.
Atmosphere: The tables are average, the chairs are average and the layout is ok.
Dealers: Nothing stood out. They seemed ok for the most part.
Food: Drink service was a little slow.
Service: This was the best thing about my experience - I walked up to the counter and they asked me what game I liked. I said 1/2 nl and they said "we can seat you right away".
Comps: Don't know, didn't ask.

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Guest Posted on January 19th, 2007
Impressions: What's not to like? I love the hotel, and they basically put this nice little room off in a corner of the casino, with its new blue felt top tables, that are easy on the eyes, comfortable chairs and quiet environment. Attracts a nice crowd. Highly recommended!
Atmosphere: As pointed out above, the tables & chairs are newish & comfortable; auto shufflers on tables. It is not a large room, but tables are a comfortable distance from each other, and you don't get that noisy buzz like other rooms.
Dealers: The dealers here are really terrific, my experience. Could not ask for better.
Food: I love a good drink, and the waitresses were always around to fill my orders when needed. Coffee was also there to keep us on our toes, and it helped one night when I played until 2 AM.
Service: I have been here about 4 times, and my experience was mixed, depended on time I played. The later hours were hectic, and the management staff had a difficult time keeping up, but when i played in the early evening, before the room filled up, seating and game arrangements were handled better.
Comps: I did not notice comps

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