The Best Cash Games in Las Vegas

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When you head to Las Vegas you’re going to want to visit the casinos to have a flutter. If you’re one of the many millions of people that play poker online then sitting down in on of the best poker rooms in town, playing a few hands and hopefully winning a few dollars is a great experience indeed.

Finding the best place to have a decent cash game in Las Vegas isn’t too hard because this awesome gambling mecca caters to all players. You don’t need to have a huge bankroll to take your seat, because there’s a table for seasoned pros and the amateurs amongst us.

If you’re looking for a good cash game then head to any of these poker rooms, they’re my favorites in Las Vegas.


This place in the downtown area is the meccas for poker players. It’s most famous for being the place where the World Series of Poker was born. Over the years, Binion’s has played host to some of the biggest cash games that the world has seen. Due to it’s location in a part of town that isn’t too swanky it doesn’t attract as many recreational players, if it were on the main strip it would be packed out for sure.

With just ten tables here you may have to wait for a seat, but it is well worth it.

There are low-limit tables for people that don’t want to risk too much. I feel that if you’re into poker then you have to go to Binion’s almost out of respect. Head there at midnight to enter their nightly tournament; here you’ll meet some of the most interesting characters you’ll ever lay eyes on. 

Caesar’s Palace

I like the poker room here because it’s located away from the casino floor, this is a good thing because it means your separated from the circus of the strip. There are two sections in the poker room; a section for the high rollers and then an area for tournaments and private games. It’s right in the heart of Las Vegas, so it’s ideal if you like to stay on the main strip.

The poker room is fantastic. It consists of 25 tables and it draws a mixed crowd of locals and tourists, so there’s a good mix of amateurs and regular players. If you like low stakes then I’d opt for the $2/$5 no limit tables. They always are full of energy and banter. 

The Wynn

Whenever I head to Vegas I love playing at the Wynn. It’s one of the swankiest casinos in town and the poker room certainly does reflect that.

But just because you’re in such a luxurious setting doesn’t mean that there aren’t an abundance of amateurs/bad players there. It’s a luxury hotel, which means that a lot of the clients like to have a flutter and have a lot of money to play with. There are about 25 tables for you to choose from here, during peak hours it can get very busy. If you’re there during the winter then take advantage of the amazing free hot chocolate, and sit at the $5/$10 NL tables for a bit of fun.