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Red Rock Las Vegas - Poker Room Review

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Additional Information
Walking Time Allowed 40 Minutes
Comp Rate $1/Hour
Poker Rate Weekday None
Poker Rate Weekend None
Other Information
Multi-Property Bad Beat Jackpot and Royal Flush Bonus is offered. The cash games listed above are the regularly spread games in this room. Others games and stakes are sometimes played based on player interest.

Red Rock Resort Poker Room Review


Red Rock Poker Room review

The Red Rock Poker Room offers 20 tables of action in a variety of limits.

The games most commonly spread are 1/2NLHE, 2/5NLHE, 2/4LHE, 4/8LHE, and 4/8 Omaha 8 are the most common daily offerings. The room also offers daily tournaments that include No Limit Texas Hold'em as well as Omaha High Low.

The cocktail service and comps offered at the Red Rock Poker Room are competitive within the industry. Players earn $1 an hour comps on the Stations Boarding Pass Card from 9AM to 3AM and $3 an hour comps from 3AM to 9AM every day.


Room Quality: 2
Tables are way to close together & nobody moves out of your way if you need to get by..
Competition: 3
90% locals that are so tight they squeak. Watch out for the locals that collude HUGE! and the floors dont give a crap. They will raise you out and then check it down... many "teams" (aka BF/GF Hubby/Wife, Roommates) and they dont hide it. Went to one table & I think I was the only out of towner. They talk about the hands WHILE THEY ARE IN PROGRESS and the floor just ignores it.
Dealers: 2
Asked a dealer to see 2 locals hands since they had shown their end of the table, I was told "I cant do that". Luckily a local said "yeah, you have to if he wants to see it" (what dealer doesnt know that rule?). He just automatically mucked them. I said ... Next time, you just put them aside and after the action is done and show the rest of the table... Couldn't believe a dealer didnt know that rule (or pretended not to know to protect the locals ???)
Cocktails: 5
For the most part, the ladies are personable and diligent, drinks are... drinks...
Management: 2
Had an issue with three locals in a BIG hand.. One guy was telling another guy not to call cuz he thought I had the nuts... The floor did nothing even after the guy admitted to talking during the hand! the floors said " oh hes a nice guy and probably just said that to not cause a scene (like i was causing a scene by saying " hey.. ya cant tell another player what to do during a hand" Learn to do your job FAIRLY Red Rock Mgt. To many people on here are complaining about you



Room Quality: 4
The poker room at Red Rock is decent. It's located next to the sportsbook and across from Yard House. The table are in decent condition but there is always trash and empty chip racks laying around, especially at night and on weekends when it is busy. The chips are in decent condition as well as the felt, chairs and table rails. There is a restroom towards the back so you don't have to go far. Plenty of parking, inside or out.
Competition: 4
The players are generally passive at the lower limit hold 'em games. $1-$2 NL and up you will find plenty of action. There are tons of calling stations and sneaky elderly bluff artists at all levels. A week ago, there was a guy who played every single hand at $2-$4 the other night until he ran out of his rack. Many of the locals know each other and some will softplay each other while others will show cards. Players getting up and wandering trying to accumulate comps is another negative at this room. Too much time given, especially if there are people on the board who actually want to play.
Dealers: 4
Some people complain about the dealers here but I think they are some of the quickest in the business. I have never encountered a problem with any of the dealers after playing here for several years.
Cocktails: 4
The cocktail waitresses will bring you whatever you want when you keep the tips coming. $1 per drink is sufficient. The cocktail quality is average and the actual amount of alcohol you may get in a mixed well drink is questionable. Stick with beers or shots and you'll be fine. There is also Yard House across the way and they have to-go cups!
Management: 3
The list is well organized but I have been passed over several times for players whose names were not up. They were more local than I was I guess.
Comps & Bonuses: 3
$1/hr (1000 pts) on Station Rewards card Bad Beat Jackpot, High Hand Jackpot (Royal Flush)





Room Quality: 4
Tables are nice and comfortable and of good height for long grind sessions. Nice temperature and smoke free. Easily seen TVs, and they will put on whatever you request.
Competition: 4
I am a very steady regular at this room. Tables can be too tight. A few crazy plays and a couple of straddles - now you got a game. Soft play but they are calling stations, so don't bluff too much. Pots are easy to pick up when unclaimed, but when someone plays back, they have it or are willing to call with it. Watch for the rocks at the table, you will always have at least one or two. Everybody is pretty much regulars in that room. Bathroom is just down a short hallway in the poker room - a few feet away.
Dealers: 4
Dealers are ok. Nice to you if you are a regular, but they make massive mistakes at times. Watch them closely and don't take anything they say as set in stone. But overall, they are timely and accurate with pitching, and a lot of fun if you get them going.
Cocktails: 5
Super cocktail waitresses. Danielle is my favorite. She works the late shift. Great drinks, shots are great size and she will get you whatever you want. Tip her well.
Management: 5
Manage the list well. Good at opening tables when a list grows and keeping the must move going. I saw on another post that you can't call in - yes you can.
Comps & Bonuses: 4
Per hour sux. 600 points per hour which is $1 at the stations buffet or cafe. 1000 points per $1 in the food court or non stations restaurant. Triple points between 2am and 5am. Bad beat is $30k for the loser $20k for the winner, $1000 player share if you are sitting at the table that hits the bad beat, and a player share for all stations live poker players ranging from $150 to $800 generally depending on how many people are seated. I've seen it hit $6k for a player share, but that was 5am on a Wednesday with 9 players in all stations poker rooms. Highest I ever got was $800. High Hand Promotion - 2am to 10am. Every 2 hours is $200 for the highest hand of the hour. Don't need to be present to win. You can pick up the cash the next day if you hit your high hand and want to leave before the 2 hours is up.




Author: Alex Ramos

Alex Ramos

Author Bio: Alex Ramos is a casino specialist that reviews online gambling sites and games. A professional blogger that dedicates its career for online casinos and online entertainment. He is graduated in Computing Science and is working in the online gambling industry since 1997.



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