Any poker trip to Las Vegas should include a visit to Binion's Hall of Fame Poker Room located inside Binion's Gambling Hall on historic downtown Fremont Street. Binion's is most famous as the original home of the World Series of Poker, a high-stakes poker marathon, and the brainchild of owner Benny Binion. Binion's hosted the World Series of Poker from 1970 until 2004.
Far from the newest or shiniest poker room in Vegas, Binion's Hall of Fame Poker Room is as much a museum of poker history and tradition as it is the poker room that made poker famous. The Binion's Gallery of Champions and Poker Hall of Fame are located in the poker room's waiting and concierge area. Binion's poker room features 10 comfortable tables surrounded by more historic photos of poker pros past and present. Legends like Johnny Moss, Thomas 'Amarillo Slim' Preston, and Doyle Brunson have all played at Binion's.
Daily No Limit Hold’em Poker Tournaments include the 10:00 am $60.00 buy-in with a $1000.00 guaranteed prize pool. Monday through Friday at 2:00 pm sit in on the $80.00 buy-in tournament. Saturday and Sunday take a shot at the $125.00 buy-in tournament with a $10,000.00 guaranteed prize pool. Visit the Binion's tournament page for details.
After you cash out (or bust out) of your tournament, play an hour of live cash games and earn a $10 food comp. Visit Binion's poker promotions page for all the details. Use your food comp at Binion's Cafe for one of their famous burgers or a Black Angus steak at the Top of Binion's Steakhouse.
During your next trip to Vegas, be sure to visit Binion's - 'the place that made poker famous'.