Texas Station Closes Poker Room

August 26, 2014
Texas Station Closes Poker Room

Las Vegas has lost another poker room.  Texas Station ceased its poker room operations this week.  Texas Station, located on the Rancho Strip in North Las Vegas, is owned by Station Casinos.  Others casino operations are not affected by this move.

Texas Station is the second poker room operated by Station Casinos to close this year.  Sunset Station closed its poker room in May.  Players may still deposit and withdraw for Ultimate Poker at these and all cashier cages operated by Station Casinos.

Station Casinos still operates five poker rooms in Las Vegas.  These are located in Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, Santa Fe Station, Palace Station, and Boulder Station.

Many small Las Vegas poker rooms have closed in the last couple of years. The last four Las Vegas casinos to open – Cosmopolitan, Cromwell, Downtown Grand, and SLS Las Vegas – did not include poker rooms.

Las Vegas Poker Room Closures in Past Two Years

  • Sunset Station – May 2014
  • Palms – May 2014
  • El Cortez – December 2013
  • Circus Circus – September 2013
  • M Resort – August 2013
  • Riviera – June 2013
  • Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall – January 2013
  • Aliante Station – November 2012
  • Ellis Island – September 2012
  • Tropicana – September 2012

@Robvegaspoker first brought the Texas Station poker room closure to the attention of players on Twitter.


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