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Reno Poker

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Casino Hotels' started by booker, Jun 30, 2017.

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  1. booker

    booker VIP Whale

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    I'll be visiting long-lost family in Reno at the end of July. Any poker room suggestions?
    I am thinking tournaments, 1/2 and/or 2/5.
    Thanks.
     
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    I was going to answer with how much I had enjoyed playing at the Eldorado, but I checked Poker Atlas and it appears that the Eldorado room has moved next door to the Silver Legacy (they have the same owner).

    Since I didn't know about that, I withdraw comments and direct you to the Poker Atlas site for Reno.

    I did pay the $10 daily at the Club Cal Neva, and the poker was surprisingly good.
     
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  3. booker

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    Thanks.

    I went to the Silver Legacy website and saw: "Currently we are featuring $1-$5 Seven Card Stud, $3/$6 Texas Hold'em and $3/$6 Texas Hold'em (full kill)" They also had some inexpensive tournaments. I guess I need to call them. $3/$6 is not my favorite game.
     
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    The only decent poker room in Reno is at the Peppermill.
     
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