Success in poker depends on a whole range of skills. The best players know how to build the best hand, based on traditional rules and use time-tested betting strategies to best their opponents. No matter how good you are, you can always get better. It’s a lifetime of challenge, and victory is always gratifying.

Ready to go all-in? Our new poker room is now open on the casino floor!

Our new poker room is open 24/7 and is now conveniently located on the main casino floor. With it’s own spacious outdoor smoking deck and twenty seven 55″ flat screen HDTVs, you can enjoy all of your favorite sports games without ever having to leave your seat! Our new poker room features 20 tables of Texas Hold’em, Seven Card Stud and Omaha as well as state-of-the-art seating with USB charging ports at every seat. Betting begins at $3-$6 for limit poker and $1-$2 for no limit poker. Enjoy player-funded Bad Beat Jackpots and food and beverage offerings conveniently nearby.

Plus with Bravo Poker Live, our vital Poker Room information is always right at your fingertips. Get description and contact information, live game statistics, limits currently being played and more.

Effective on November 11th, 2019 all player contributions toward the Poker Room Bad Beat Jackpot will be invested in its entirety into a Poker Room Marketing Fund. As a result, the posted Poker Room Bad Beat Jackpot amount on November 11th will remain stationary until awarded. A second and final Bad Beat Jackpot will then be posted and available until awarded. The player contribution amount will not be changed from the current practice of $1 extracted from a $20 pot and an additional $1 extracted from a $50 pot on Marketing Fund eligible games.

We hold customer satisfaction and providing a superior product to the highest regard so these changes are being made in response to your feedback. This will allow Resorts World Poker to offer more exciting promotions that are longer, larger, and/or more frequent. Please continue to let us know how are future offerings are received and best of luck.

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