Where to Find Fixed Limit Poker in Las Vegas

Fixed Limit Poker in Las VegasNo Limit Hold’em has taken over the Las Vegas Strip.  Every poker room spreads it as the main game.  There are still a few poker rooms in Las Vegas that offer fixed limit games.  This may be Texas Hold’em, Omaha High/Low, Seven Card Stud or mixed games.

Fixed limit games are more prevalent in the locals casino market although there are some on the Strip.  This is a list of poker rooms where one will find fixed limit games on a regular basis.

Las Vegas Strip Fixed Limit Poker Games

Bellagio

Bellagio is the largest poker room in Las Vegas based on cash game tables at any given time.  Players will find regular 4/8, 10/20, 20/40 and 40/80 Fixed Limit Hold’em.  A 20/40 Seven Card Stud game is spread several days a week.  The same can be said for 30/60 Omaha Hi/Low.  Bellagio is the best place in Las Vegas to find high stakes mixed games that are usually spread in the fixed limit format.

Bobby’s Room is home to high limit games in Las Vegas.  It is an enclosed glass area towards the rear of the poker room.  Fixed limit mixed and Texas Hold’em games are available there on a regular basis.  The lowest limit is often 100/200.

Flamingo

Flamingo is the only place on the Las Vegas Strip where 2/4 Fixed Limit Hold’em is spread.  The game is available daily.  It sometimes runs 24 hours a day.  An occasional 3/6 and 4/8 fixed limit game is also found here.

Mirage

Mirage is home to a regular 3/6 Fixed Limit Hold’em game.  It runs most hours of the day.

Treasure Island

Treasure Island is currently spreading 3/6 Fixed Limit Hold’em.  The game has a $3 max rake.  One benefit of playing at Treasure Island is that the parking is free.

Downtown Las Vegas Fixed Limit Games

Golden Nugget

Most of the fixed limit action in downtown Las Vegas moved to Golden Nugget.  Players will find 2/4 regularly there.  There is also an occasional 3/6 Texas Hold’em fixed limit game at Golden Nugget.

Fixed Limit Games in Locals Casinos

The Orleans

The Orleans is a top three poker room in Las Vegas.  It is home to Omaha Hi/Low.  This is spread in 4/8 and 8/16 limits.  There is also an occasional 15/30 Omaha Hi/Low game.  The Orleans is also home to a regular 4/8 Omaha Hi game.

Fixed Limit Texas Hold’em is also spread daily at The Orleans.  It is found in 2/4 and 4/8 limits.

Red Rock

Red Rock is another locals casino that spreads fixed limit games.  Players will find 2/4 and 4/8 Fixed Limit Texas Hold’em daily.  A 4/8 Omaha High/Low game runs on a regular basis.

Boulder Station

Boulder Station is home to Fixed Limit Omaha Hi.  This is available in the 4/8 limit nearly 24 hours a day.  A 2/4 Fixed Limit Hold’em game is common.  Hold’em may be found occasionally in the 4/8 limit.

Green Valley Ranch

Green Valley Ranch spreads a regular 2/4 Fixed Limit Hold’em game.  There is a 3/6 game during peak hours.

Palace Station

Palace Station is home to a regular 2/4 Fixed Limit Hold’em game.  This is played with a kill.

Sam’s Town

Sam’s Town runs a 3/6 Omaha Hi/Low about four days a week.  There is also a limit stud game that runs on Saturday mornings.

Santa Fe Station

Santa Fe Station offers fixed limit Texas Hold’em and Omaha High/Low.  These are spread regularly in the 2/4 and 3/6 limits.

South Point

South Point spreads a regular 2/4 Fixed Limit Hold’em game.  There are usually as many limit games and no limit ones at South Point.

Suncoast

Suncoast is home to Seven Card Stud Hi/Low in Las Vegas.  There is a regular 4/8 and 6/12 game.  The eight or better qualifier is used.  There is also a 2-10 spread limit version off this game with a pair of jacks or better qualifier for high.

Stud is not the only fixed limit game offered by Suncoast.  There is a regular 2/4 Hold’em game.  Weekends may see a 4/8 one, too.  There is a low limit Omaha Hi/Low game many afternoons.

Spread Limit Games

Spread limit games run similar to fixed limit ones.  The blinds are either a single $2 or a $1 small blind and $2 big blind.  Sam’s Town, Cannery, Palace Station, Excalibur and Monte Carlo spread a regular 2-6 Texas Hold’em game.

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