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You can find some good tournaments. Don't be afraid to. Most room allow a reasonable time for a meal break. On that note, as a final point, make sure you clearly stated your intentions. Don't worry about giving people information at these lower limit games by showing what you played with. Others are just roped off areas. I think you're better off sticking with poker rooms that have better structures to allow you to play longer. Browse forums All Browse by destination. For cash, download bravo poker app and peruse what's running in real time. Only a few tables of play there but it's enough to break you in. If you are unsure about the action or bet size, just ask the dealer. It's much better to get into the habit of announcing your intentions verbally, however. You can probably find it online very cheap. I would strongly suggest reading an entry level poker book. If a player comes and goes all day, this is considered bad form. I am not a total beginner but am at a fairly low level. Watch this Topic. Good advice on this topic. The Venetian and Belagio obviously have very large, gorgeous rooms. With that said, the lower buy-in NL tournaments in Vegas are often terrible structures where it's basically a fast-paced bingo shootout. You only flop 2 pair about 1 in 20 times so you're often going to hit top pair with those hands and lose on the kicker. When you're first or second to act before the flop, you typically want to throw away the more borderline hands. I had a lot of fun and we actually just got back from our second trip. I would start as near as possible to where you are staying, and get familiar and comfortable with that poker room. They are frequently in collusion and maybe even including the dealer. Friendly, low-key dealers. Even those hands I mentioned above, such as A8 or A9 unsuited, are often playable when you're on the button because it's easier to play them after the flop. Unless you are a limit player I don't see much sense in recommending that, though. You'd probably get deep into 2 hands, maybe 3 max and if you don't win one you'd be getting up already. AA is the best hand in poker, but when you're playing AA against 7 other players, it becomes a very mediocre hand. Regarding tips for playing and not losing your money, whether it's Limit or NL, here are some of the biggest mistakes that players make, even the ones who think they're veteran players:. Go to the poker room, talk to the desk person, tell them you are a 1st time visitor, they will give you the basic spiel- buy in amounts, tournament structures, etc. Places good for limit are : Mirage and Monte Carlo for and Flamingo for No limit rooms that are good are all the above listed ones. Other players seemed fairly friendly. Most rooms allow a player to miss three blinds, or orbits, and will pick up your chips after three misses. Seriously though, just get in the habit of announcing your action. I find the tournament list on poker atlas to be really helpful. In the No Limit games can you come and go as you please? The person who mentioned AllVegasPoker. BY a game, do you mean a buy-in or a tournament In general, the higher the buy-in, the better the tournament structure is, and as a result, the better the field talent will be. The structure is decent for a low buy in tourney and you can get your feet wet for a few hours without it being an all-in fest. Just be mindful of overtipping, as it can quickly destroy your budget.

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The Orleans off-strip is another good location for Limit. Lasted about 3 hours before I got down to the last three and chopped my first tournament! Play tight the first few hands, watch the other players, and get a feel for how things move. Related: What are the most popular tours in Las Vegas?

Being able to act after other players makes a tremendous difference to your bottom line. I don't think Planet Hollywood go here Limit much, if at all.

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For tourney locations and buy in have a look at the poker atlas site. Also, a higher buy-in with a larger field will last a lot longer. The poker room at TI is small maybe 10 tables? I would try your hand at a daily tournament to begin with, somewhere like Planet Hollywood , it's a good way to get you started. But when you are playing a tournament you can't just go away because the clock is ticking. As noted there are some small buy in tournaments if you're just looking to get a feel for things. Good luck! I'm not sure if Mirage , Flamingo or Harrah's are offering any decent tournaments for that budget or not, maybe someone else has recent experience. Lots of things to think about, but most of all have fun. My first trip to Vegas was last fall and one of the things we planned around was finding poker rooms that were good for casino beginners. This can lead to people playing hands differently than maybe they would normally like David said raising with premium hands; if you are playing "aces cracked" players tend to not raise in such an instance. Be very careful of locals in cash games. Even if u r a limit player at that price it's no fold em hold em and you just give your money away. I'm a pokerplayer and mainly go to Las Vegas to play poker and have some fun. You can also try out some limit games at the Flamingo , or Excalibur. If you want to play cashgames you can come and go when you want, it's no problem at all. Report inappropriate content. Actually I left off the most important tip: Ask the dealer when you have questions. There tends to be both Texas Hold'em and Omaha , limit and no limit. Sam F. Las Vegas forums. Other casinos seems to have lower buy-ins, but you start with fewer chips and the levels are shorter. Also, when you are unsure of the action in front of you, clarify it clearly with the dealer did she raise? If you play a tournament, you must get a players card from that property. I'm still a low level player and feel more comfortable at the tourneys rather than the cash games. Log in to get trip updates and message other travellers. You typically want to play more hands when you're closer to the button. An oversized chip on its lonesome is always treated as a call unless stated otherwise. I can't tell you how many times I've seen new players throw their hands away when they had winners and they misread their hand. If you find that pre-flop raises are not getting people to fold, then you don't need to raise your big hands. The worst thing you can do is toss away money that you should have won. They're called RIO hands reverse implied odds and they often cost you a lot more money than you can make. It has a certain prestige to it that takes a long time to wear off. You are there to have fun; make the most of it! Newer players at these lower limits are common. I'd recommend walking through the other casinos to check out the variety of poker rooms. Small tournament -- maybe 25 people the couple of times I've played 11am tournament. There are still a few small limit games to be found and they'll have a lower buy in. Level Contributor. All forums. Always ask staff to sure. The action can vary from the day to the evening. My other input, be mindful where you play and what time. How much to call?