Las Vegas Cash Poker Average Number of Tables

The graphics below display the average number of cash tables at each of the Las Vegas poker rooms that report to either Poker Atlas or Bravo Poker Live. The Rio, Bally’s, Mandalay Bay, Harrah’s, Cannery Casino, and Westgate Casino are not included in the tables because they rarely have more than 1-2 tables running at any one time.  The check-boxes allow you to filter each table by either the location, day or type of game you would like to see displayed. The slider allows you to limit the range to the average number of tables available for a specific type of game.

The number of poker tables at any venue is in constant flux. The numbers below were recorded between 8pm and 9pm each night and additionally from 2pm to 3pm on weekends. These numbers will be updated quarterly in order to reflect the most recent cash table action. The current tables reflect cash play recorded in October of 2019.

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Las Vegas Cash Tables

wdt_ID Site Time Game Average Tables
1 Boulder Station Wednesday Other 2
2 Golden Nugget Wednesday Other 2
3 Green Valley Ranch Wednesday Other 2
4 Palace Station Wednesday Other 2
5 Red Rock Casino Wednesday Other 2
6 Sam's Town Wednesday Other 0
7 Santa Fe Station Wednesday Other 4
8 South Point Wednesday Other 2
9 Aria Wednesday Other 2
10 Bellagio Wednesday Other 6
Site Time Game Average Tables

 

For more information on Las Vegas cash poker activity, read our analysis of the Vegas cash poker scene, our individual room reviews and our article on why we love the WSOP. We have also tracked New England’s cash poker landscape which you can learn about in our New England Cash Poker Tables and our article on the impact of Encore Boston Harbor on New England Poker.

 

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