Beau Rivage Resort & Casino debuts new poker room

December 22, 2023
Leer en Español

The renovated space features 12 new poker tables.

The Beau Rivage Resort & Casino has opened a new poker room. The debut comes ahead of the Beau Rivage Heater Poker Tournament, the destination’s largest poker event of the year.

The new smoke-free poker room features 12 tables, along with a four-window cashier’s cage and form display. Guests can watch sports on one of a dozen 65-inch HDTVs. The room’s décor of wood accents and wall millwork carries over to the casino floor, along with its light wall covering patterns.

Hours for the poker room are 10AM to 4AM daily.

Beau Rivage Poker Room Manager Adam Nash said the destination is excited to offer poker fans a permanent spot to engage in leisure and tournament play. Nash also briefly elaborated on the room’s relocation adjacent to the convention level escalators between the newly refreshed Buffet and Buffalo Zone.

He commented, "We are thrilled to open our latest gaming amenity specifically for our poker players.

“Poker now has a permanent home that is closer to the casino entrance and the base of the conventional level escalators where our major poker tournaments take place, including our upcoming Beau Rivage Heater.”

Nash went on to discuss the resort’s current renovation project.

He commented, “Our poker players have called our temporary poker room home for a number of years. Our new state-of-the art poker room is part of a larger-scale multi-million-dollar project and was definitely worth the wait.

“With the opening of the new room and likely our largest Beau Rivage Heater on the horizon, we are incredibly excited about poker in the new year and beyond.”  


Product Spotlight


Things get unruly in the company of some fleecy characters in the new Konami Gaming’s new Unwooly Riches slot series.

The top 5 properties that changed Las Vegas

Regular Gaming America contributor Oliver Lovat joins Tim Poole on the Huddle to discuss his 5 properties that changed Las Vegas - giving every resorts an influence rating out of 10. The question is: do you agree?


Peter Schoenke - Sports betting is here... but fantasy sports keeps growing

Peter Schoenke joins Tim Poole on the Huddle to discuss all things fantasy sports. His brand, RotoWire, is at the intersection of the affiliate and fantasy worlds, generating revenue from subscriptions, providing APIs to operators and via affiliate marketing. We discuss:

Within the states of Florida and California, Tribal gaming finds itself in a fascinating position. In Florida, only the Seminole Tribe, and Hard Rock, can provide mobile sports betting, with continued legal challenges f...

Viewpoints: Discussing the use of player loyalty programs
Industry experts answer Gaming America's burning questions on all things related to Tribal operators and player loyalty programs, including Rymax, CasinoTrac, OIGA, Mohegan and Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.
Sports betting regulation in Brazil: What can we expect?
Mattos Filho's Fabio Kujawski speaks to Gaming America about the uncertainty surrounding Brazil's roadmap to regulation and the need for a singular gaming authority.
Going private: Gaming's new standard?
A state of neo-IPO: Gaming America investigates, as more and more companies come off the public market.
Soloviev Group CEO: Moving to New York
The Soloviev Group, in collaboration with Mohegan, continues to wait on the NYGC for approval on its Freedom Plaza project. Gaming America spoke with Soloviev Group CEO Michael Hershman to learn more.