Riviera Hotel & Casino Hosting $10,000 Guaranteed Poker Tournament

Ante Up to Win Cash in $10,000 Guaranteed Poker Tournament
at Riviera Hotel & Casino

Cards hit the felt Monday, July 9, at 1 p.m. inside Riviera Poker Room


The Riviera Hotel & Casino is hosting a $10,000 Guaranteed Poker tournament on Monday, July 9, beginning at 1 p.m. The entry fee is $120 with a maximum of 140 entrants. All entrants must register in person at the Riviera Poker Room.

Once the capacity of 140 seats is reached, the Riviera will create a waiting list of alternates who can enter the tournament once a player is eliminated. Alternates will only be able to enter during the first four rounds. For more information on the $10,000 Guaranteed Poker Tournament, visit

About The Riviera Hotel & Casino
Celebrating more than 56 years of non-stop entertainment, the newly renovated Riviera Hotel & Casino is one of the iconic gaming and hotel destinations in Las Vegas. Located on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, the Riviera brings a rich tradition of quality, service and hospitality excellence. The Riviera features more than 2,000 rooms and suites as well as 160,000 square feet of meeting space. Headlining entertainment includes Andrew Dice Clay; Confessions of a Rock Star, starring Pat DiNizio from The Smithereens; illusionist Jan Rouven; the legendary Crazy Girls; and nightly performances inside the Riviera Comedy Club. The Royale Pavilion hosts some of the top names in music and entertainment. R Steak & Seafood headlines wonderful dining options, providing “affordable elegance” in a modern setting.

With more than 100,000 square feet of casino space, the Riviera offers convenient gaming options for locals and visitors alike. Table game features include 1000x odds on Craps, Single-0 Roulette and 3/2 Single Deck Blackjack, the only casino on the Las Vegas Strip where those odds are available. The Riviera has an expansive Asian Table Gaming area, poker area and more than 900 slot machines. Lucky’s Race & Sports Book offers 37 high-definition televisions, individual carrels for horseplayers and the only walk-up wagering window in Las Vegas’ main corridor. For more information on any of the property’s amenities, visit

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