Friday’s Poker Tournaments

One of the busiest days of the week in regards to Las Vegas land based casino poker tournaments is Friday, a great number of poker players tend to start their short weekend vacations on this day, and as is to be expected many of the casinos is this gambling Mecca tend to offer their biggest range of tournaments on this day.

We have highlighted several poker tournaments which may just be of interest to you if you are making your way to Las Vegas today, we have included the most popular poker tournament base game that being No Limit Hold’em along with details of the buy in amounts, to ensure you find one to suit your poker playing style, and more importantly your poker playing budget!

Let is start of by telling you what is on offer over at the Excalibur Casino, well you need to be there by 5pm if you fancy giving their No-limit Hold’em tournament some play time, the buy in is $50 and for that you get yourself $5,000 in tournament chips.

Should you be visiting the Downtown area then if you are looking for a No Limit Hold’em tournament starting in the early evening then Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon have such a tournament starting at 5.30pm the buy in required to take a seat and start playing is $30 and for that you will be given a starting tournament bankroll of $3,000 in tournament chips.

Another very popular No Limit Hold’em tournament begins at 6pm over at the Monte Carlo Casino, this tournament requires a buy in amount of $60 which will see you sitting down and starting to play with $4,000 in tournament chips.

Caesars Palace Casino hold their very popular No-limit Hold’em tournament at 6pm and this has, as is to be expected, a slightly higher buy in amount which is $110 however you do get to start playing with a large $10,000 in tournament chips for that buy in.

If you are arriving in Las Vegas later in the evening then one poker tournament which may be of interest to you is the one which begins at 9:00pm today over at the Planet Hollywood Casino, this is another very popular and very busy poker tournament which uses the No-limit Hold’em game as the base game and the buy in for this is $65 for which you will be given a starting poker chip bankroll valued at $6,000.