Caesars Palace Las Vegas is a luxury resort managed by Harrah´s Entertainment. As one of the old time properties in Las Vegas, Caesars Palace still maintaining its luxury status for years.
In 2003 occured the "Poker Boom" around the world ; two years later, Caesars Palace Las Vegas opened the largest poker room in town.
Currently, the Caesars Palace poker room still large operating 30 tables for cash games and 35 tables in a separate room for tournaments.
You can use your Harrah´s Total Rewards players card when play poker at Caesars Palace to earn comps for each hour you play.
You should check-in and check-out at Caesars Palace poker room in order to guarantee the correct tracking of your time on tables and receive U$1 for each hour you play as comps.
Caesars Palace poker room offers a non-smoke poker atmosphere and has invested in some designs details. The poker room at Caesars Palace can be easily top rated.
A lot of solid and serious poker players made the Caesars Palace poker room their home based, maybe for the $5 - 10% rake level or to drop a jackpot dollar. (players receive well drinks only)
Experienced and serious players like the Caesars Palace poker room due to mega stack tournaments, monthly freerolls and higher buy ins on all No Limit Hold´em games.
The competition leavel at Caesars Palace poker room is very strong. The room caters to serious poker players.
The dealers at Caesars Palace poker room has solid knowledgment on all games and mantain the games on control and are welcoming to all poker players.
The staff are very professional and keep things working alright.
The comps program at Caesars Palace poker room works under the Total Rewards. You make 100 Rewards points for each hour you play on poker tables, U$1 each hour in comps, that can be used at any Harrah´s resorts.
The comps points are credited directly on your Total Rewards card and can be exchanged at any restaurant, retail at Harrah´s group.
Overall, the Caesars Palace poker room is a good poker room. You will find 25 tables in a no-smoking atmosphere and the wait time should be less than 30 minutes on week and 30 to 60 minutes on weekends.
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