This is an old casino hotel, right on the Colorado River, that is way past it's prime. It was very difficult for me to handle all of the smoke while in the casino and card room. There are lots of little poker incentives to get the locals into their little poker room, such as high hands and little Hold 'em tournaments, etc. But this is very small time and mostly $1/$2 poker games with small pots and heavy rake, geared towards the locals. Head to Vegas if you want any real poker.
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