Binion's Poker Room Information
• Number of tables: 10
• Tournaments: Yes.
• Lessons: Monday through Friday from 10am to 11am.
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Binion's Poker Room Review
Binions in downtown Las Vegas, is the original home of the World Series of Poker, and was the brainchild of owner Benny Binion. It hosted the World Series of Poker from 1970 until 2004 when it was moved to the Rio All-Suite hotel. This Fremont Street landmark is seeking to re-establish itself. Remodeled in 2008 this poker room was redesigned with all new tables, chairs and a wall of fame that includes historic photos of the famous Gallery of Champions depicting Binion’s long history of poker for over 30 years. It is a must see for any poker fan. The Binion's Poker Room is split between two areas. The main area is located against the west wall of the casino and is sunken in from the rest of the area. A large marble foyer leads downstairs to the Binion's Poker Room. The room has 10 tables and holds a ton of tournaments. Two full-service bars flank the poker room. Tableside food service is available. Binion's Poker Room offers No Limit Hold'em with no maximum buy in and is one of only a small handful of rooms that offer this. If you're a poker fan, you should make it a point to stop by "the place that made poker famous!"
Phone: (702) 366-7361