Wynn Las Vegas Announces Plan For New Poker Room
28-Table Room To Feature State-Of-The-Art Amenities
On Monday, Wynn Las Vegas announced plans for a brand new poker room that will give all poker players what they are looking for.
On May 26, 2016, Wynn Las Vegas will open the all-new poker room that will offer guests an elevated experience thanks to a convenient location, in-room amenities and a spacious environment for playing cards.
Located near the center of the action, adjacent to Encore Players Club, Surrender, Encore Beach Club and Andrea’s, the new Wynn Poker Room will provide easy access to players thanks to being a short walk from both the Wynn and Encore self-parking garages.
“We are excited to introduce an enhanced poker room and look to create the ultimate poker gaming experience at Wynn,” Ryan Beauregard, Director of Poker, said in a statement. “The new room will incorporate carefully selected amenities specific to poker players that will set Wynn Las Vegas apart as a poker destination.”
The new poker room will occupy 8,600 sq. ft., feature 28 tables and offer dedicated amenities for players. Each table will be equipped with USB ports for electronic device charging. Additionally, a sports book window will be conveniently located inside the room and 35 65” televisions located within the space will stream live sporting events.
In-room restrooms and a spacious high-limit area will also create an all-inclusive experience, providing players with an added level of exclusivity and convenience.
The casino’s current poker room will remain open to players between now and late May. In the meantime, poker players can find plenty of action during the upcoming Card Player Poker Tour stop at the casino.
Beginning Feb. 24 with a $600 No-Limit Hold’em Seniors $50,000 guarantee, the series features a total of 13 tournaments, as well as multiple satellites. The series concludes March 14 with a $300 No-Limit Hold’em $25,000 guarantee. The marquee event, the $1,600 No-Limit Hold’em $500,000 guarantee Wynn Classic Championship, starts March 11 and ends March 15. Other events on the schedule include a $300 No-Limit Hold’em Survivor, a $400 No-Limit Hold’em $200,000 guarantee and a $300 No-Limit Hold’em $100,000 guarantee.
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