Bally’s Poker Room

3645 S. Las Vegas Blvd 702-967-4011
General Info
Poker Tables
Rake up to
10% up to $5
Other Casino Features: The classic sportsbook at Bally's is a great place to watch events.
Pros & Cons
  • Loose games
  • Occasional fixed limit action
  • Experienced staff
  • Charges for parking
  • Poker room can be noisy and smoky
  • $5 rake plus jackpot drop

Bally’s is located on the southeast corner of Las Vegas Blvd and Flamingo Road.  It serves as both the poker room for Bally’s and neighboring Paris Las Vegas, which does not offer a poker room.  A shopping corridor connects the two casinos.  The two resorts are owned by Caesars Entertainment.

The Bally’s poker room was relocated in 2014.  It was moved closer to the rear of the casino.  This has hurt its foot traffic to some extent.  On the other hand, it is not as loud as it used to be as its previous location was just off the casino floor by a bar.  Guests arriving by the Las Vegas Monorail walk by the poker room on the way to the casino.  This helps it draw some traffic from tourists.

Bally’s Casino and Poker Room Photos

Bally’s Cash Games

The poker room at Bally’s spreads 14 tables and is surprisingly active.  Players will always find multiple $1/$2 No Limit Texas Hold’em 24 hours a day.  The buyin for this game is the typical Caesars Entertainment $100-$300.  A $3/$6 limit game is relatively common, but does not always run.  There is also a rare $2/$5 No Limit Hold’em game.

Bally’s Poker Rake

Bally’s rakes 10% up to $5 from all cash games.  This has become standard for the Las Vegas Strip.

Bally’s Poker Tournaments

Bally’s spreads five tournaments each day.  The start times are 9am, noon, 3pm, 5pm and 8pm. The buyin is $60, with just $42 of that going to the prize pool.  Each of these tournaments offer a $500 guaranteed prize pool.  This is hardly an issue as the tournaments always draw at least the required 12 players.

Bally’s Poker Promotions

Bally’s takes $1 out of cash game pots to fund several promotions.  There are high hand promotions that pay starting at four of a kind.  Players that give at least 12 hours a week of cash game action qualify for the weekly $6,000 freeroll.  Players that clock in with their Total Rewards card also receive $1 an hour in comps that may be used at any Caesars Entertainment casino for food, hotel, gift shop, or hotel services.


The Bally’s poker room is medium-sized.  The competition varies greatly, but in general the games are great.

Its ambience is average in almost every way.  All tables are equipped with automatic shufflers and the dealers are all experienced.  It is generally a fun environment.  At night, the level of alcohol consumed by players tends to go above average, making for some great games on graveyard.  The Bally’s poker room uses the Bravo Poker system for player check in and game management.

Bally’s Poker Room Opinion

What We do not like about Bally’s

Locals will find the parking situation annoying.  The parking deck at Bally’s is shared with Paris Las Vegas.  It could be the worst in Las Vegas.  This may be why the games are so good.  Locals don’t want to bother with it.  Tourists will not have this problem and may even benefit from it.

Bally’s Poker Room FAQ

What cash games are spread at the Bally’s poker room?

Bally’s has 14 active tables, where you can find $1/$2 No Limit Texas Hold’em 24 hours a day.

How many cash games typically run at night at Bally’s?

Bally’s offers $1/$2 & $2/$5 NLH, and $3/$6 LH cash games.

What is the Rake at Bally’s Poker Room?

Bally’s rakes 10% up to $5 from all cash games. This has become standard for the Las Vegas Strip

Does Bally’s spread poker tournaments?

Yes. Bally’s has 5 tournaments every day with a $60 buy-in. The start times are 9am, noon, 3pm, 5pm and 8pm.

Do players earn comps while playing poker at Bally’s?

Yes. Total Rewards card members receive $1 an hour in comps.

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