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1. Aria
2. Bellagio
3. Venetian
4. Caesars Palace
5. MGM Grand
6. Mirage
7. Wynn
8. T.I.
9. Mandalay Bay
10. Golden Nugget
11. Binion's
12. Planet Hollywood
13. Tropicana

Vegas Poker Info:
1. Las Vegas Poker Rooms Overview
2. Best Daily Poker Tournaments in Vegas
3. Poker Tournament Series in Las Vegas
4. How to Play Poker in Las Vegas
5. Casino Comps Explained
6. Vegas Poker Comps

Best Daily Poker Tournaments in Vegas

Daily poker tournaments in Las Vegas are really popular. People like the idea of sitting down for a live tournament in a casino similar to the ones they've seen on TV. So if you are one of those people, the good news is that you can always find a poker tournament running somewhere in Las Vegas. Here are some of the best daily poker tournaments spread in Sin City:

Location: Aria
Buy-in: $100+$25
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 1:00 pm, 7:00 pm
Typical Field Size: 70

Location: Bellagio
Buy-in: $100+$20 ($500+$40 on Friday and Saturday, $300+$30 on Sunday)
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 2:00 pm
Typical Field Size: 40

Location: Binion's
Buy-in: $78+$22
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 2:00 pm
Typical Field Size: 40

Location: Caesars Palace
Buy-in: $80+$30
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 7:00 pm
Typical Field Size: 60

Location: Golden Nugget
Buy-in: $47+$18
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 9:00 am, 11:00 am, 3:00 pm, 7:00 pm, 10:00 pm, 1:00 am, 4:00 am
Typical Field Size: 30

Location: Mirage
Buy-in: $45+$15 ($110 on Saturdays)
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 11:00 am
Typical Field Size: 40

Location: T.I.
Buy-in: $37+$13
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 11:00 am, 2:00 pm, 7:00 pm, 10:00 pm
Typical Field Size: 30

Location: Venetian
Buy-in: $95+$25 ($125+$25 on Tuesdays and Fridays)
Days: Everyday
Time(s): 7:00 pm
Typical Field Size: 110

Location: Wynn
Buy-in: $100+$25
Days: Everyday
Time(s): Noon
Typical Field Size: 40

As you may notice about many of these daily tournaments in Las Vegas, the entry fee is quite high relative to the buy-in. Most online tournament players have grown accustomed to an entry fee amounting to 9% or less of the total buy-in. In Las Vegas, the tournament fees are usually much higher. This is because of the heightened cost it takes a casino to host a poker tournament. They have to pay extra dealers and floor staff and use up precious real estate on the Las Vegas Strip in order to host a poker tournament. This extra expense is passed along to the customer. As such, the tournaments are sometimes unbeatable in the long-run due to the poor structures and large buy-ins. However, you can expect the competition in many of these daily live poker tournaments to be dazzlingly soft.

 


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