Where to play video poker in Las Vegas
If you are planning a visit to the gambling Mecca that is Las Vegas, and you are a fan of playing video poker machines then you are truly spoilt for choice! Below is our Las Vegas video poker quick glance guide listing the Strips' top casinos along with what they have to offer.
Aria - One of the newest casinos to hit the Strip and they have a large range of video poker games.
Bally's - Everyone loves Bally's and if you like playing video poker then ensure you sign up to their comp club for maximum rewards. Video poker tournaments are held here occasionally.
Bellagio - Elegant and stylish this is one of those must visit Las Vegas venues and for all you high rolling video poker players you will be in seventh heaven with the choice and selection of video poker games on offer.
Bill's Gambling Hall - No nonsense gambling at its best, bar top video poker games are always up and running.
Caesar's Palace - A simply massive Las Vegas casino with more video poker games than you can shake a stick at!
Casino Royale - Not the best known Las Vegas Casino but when it comes to video poker games this place won't let you down.
Circus Circus - Low stake video poker games are a'plenty at this sadly ageing Las Vegas casino that is still popular with players. Video poker tournaments are held here occasionally.
Encore - It is new and trendy and is THE place to be seen, it is like a breath of fresh air to video poker players.
Excalibur - Everyone ends up at the Excalibur, it is a leisurely stroll across the freeway and well worth a visit, banks of video poker games await you.
Flamingo - Dazzling like a bright star this Las Vegas casino is steeped in history and offers very good value for money to all video poker players visiting Las Vegas.
Harrah's - Not an immediate choice of casino for many poker players but if you like quieter casinos then maybe this is the venue for you.
Imperial Palace - Right in the thick of the action you may have to battle your way to their full pays video poker machines.
Luxor - Not a very wide selection of video poker machines but the McDonalds restaurant upstairs is worth a visit for a quick snack!
Mandalay Bay - Offers some of the highest limit video poker games around, but alas they are not known for their loose games!
MGM Grand - Big, Vibrant and always busy the MGM Grand is a video poker players haven and definitely worth a visit.
Mirage - Still going strong and well positioned for video poker players looking to be in the middle of all that is happening in and around Las Vegas.
Monte Carlo - Well it nearly caught fire recently but all that has been fixed and repaired and if it is video poker you are after then they have more machines than you could dream of.
New York New York - Always a busy casino, and busy casinos have more winners, so why not check this place out and hit those video poker machines. Video poker tournaments are held here occasionally.
Paris - We like the Paris Casino, this is due to us hitting quite a few big wins whilst playing there so maybe it is a biased opinion, but well worthy of checking out and of course you can't miss it!