Poker Tables:
8 Tables
Minimum Age:

Poker Room Features

Poker Room Details

Venue Type
Hotel & Casino
Room closed on April 24, 2017
Rewards Program
Comps & Promotions
MONTE CARLO POKER ROOM IS CLOSING ON APRIL 24 2017. Starting Saturday April 1st at 2:45 AM the poker room will stop taking a rake for the promotional drop. All promotions will be stopped at that time. Beginning Monday April 3rd at 12 PM the poker room will offer a high hand of the hour and will give away 1% of the progressive pool ( Roughly $200) they will do this 10 times a day from 12PM to 10 PM for 10 days. This will deplete the progressive pool on April 12th at 11PM. Comps can be redeemed in the poker room up until April 24th, after that they will need to be redeemed at the Mlife desk located on the casino floor. All poker comps will expire on January 1st, 2018.

Monte Carlo Details

Monte Carlo Las Vegas contains a small non-smoking poker room made up of 8 tables, which all feature automatic shufflers. The Monte Carlo poker room has been operational since 1996 in its location on Las Vegas Boulevard. This venue is devoted to poker, as shown by its three-quarters enclosed status. Only the front of the room is visible from the rest of the casino floor, with this being the main entrance for poker players.

The Monte Carlo poker room is a classically designed area laden with gambling artwork. The poker tables are felted in a variety of different colors and sit atop a polka-dot carpet. The room compensates for its dark interior design with effective lighting to prevent it from being too murky. The tables are set with 1920s-style beige leather chairs.

The cash games here tend to be hold’em- and Omaha-based, with a solid variation between no-limit hold’em, spread-limit hold’em, and limit Omaha. The limit games are notable for their unlimited maximum buy-ins. A wide range of daily tournaments are also available, although these are all no-limit hold’em events with buy-ins ranging between $40 and $100. In terms of promotions, Monte Carlo offers a number of Las Vegas favorites. These include continuous high-hand payouts (royal flushes = $300, straight flushes = $100, quads = $75)..

Regular players are rewarded with a monthly freeroll if able to amass 13 hours of play every two weeks. The usual range of poker room NFL promos is also available. Players earn comps at the rate of $1 per hour, which can be traded for services at the table such as food, cocktails, massages, and more.