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jorgenj wrote a review about Boulder Station in Las Vegas, NV

Boulder Station review

The tables were in good condition and all the tables I saw had auto shufflers. Some of the tables allowed the players to smoke and some did not. This is something I've never seen before.

I played 4/8 with a half kill and $1/$2 blinds and some of these people were just horrible. The dealer's seemed to know a lot of them by name but it just boggles my mind how these people can play like that and come back again and again.

Dealer's dealt a good game. None stood out as exceptional or bad.

They came around frequently.

I was greeted, able to buy chips, and seated within a minute. No complaints

You get $1/hour on your player's card. Boulder Station is also tied into the Station casino's bad beat jackpot. They are also offering $1000 to anybody who hits a royal flush until the end end of March. In April and May anybody who earns 50 hours of play is entered into a tournament in June with a $300,000 prize pool. The winner walks away with $60,000 and every participant is guaranteed at least $50.

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Announcements from Boulder Station

Omaha Promotions: High Hands (Quads, Straight Flush and Royal Flush paying $25-$250). Stop to the Deuces (Flopped quads with progressive totals updated weekly). Wheel and Deal to the Steel Wheel (Straight flush with progressive totals updated weekly). Omaha Bad Beat Jackpot -- Quad Jacks beaten.

Holdem Promotions: High Hands (Quads, Straight Flush, Steel Wheel and Royal Flush paying $50-$599), Royal Family (Royal Flush combos paying $4,000 each), Triple Play (Pocket 3s improved to flopped set, full house or quads paying $100-$500). Jumbo Bad Beat Jackpot -- citywide holdem jackpot linked with Red Rock and Santa Fe poker rooms. Minimum qualifying hand decreases as progressive jackpot increases.

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