Poker Tables:
10 Tables
Hours:
Open Now (All Day)
Minimum Age:
21
Sunday
All Day
Monday
All Day
Tuesday
All Day
Wednesday
All Day
Thursday
All Day
Friday
All Day
Saturday
All Day
BigC wrote a review about Boulder Station in Las Vegas, NV

Let It Roll Down The Highway

Fixtures were fine, tables were impressive, not a lot of ambient casino smoke, but regulars are retirees who vaguely resent outworlders.

As usual, a few novices and a few solid players.

They were effective, they knew the (weird) bet structure, and they kept a lid on the shenanigans.

I should offer some sort of sacrifice to the poker gods for the waitress I had not belting me. NM the details.

The brushes weren't inspired, but they responded to simple questions and didn't pick any fights with me.

The "jackpot dollar" was supposedly pooled with those from other Station properties and returned to players in the form of several high-variance, arbitrary, hard-to-understand promotions.

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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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