How to Find the Best Poker Game in Vegas

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If you’re looking for a soft table in Las Vegas, there are a few ways to figure out where the easiest money is.  If you can get a lock on these games, there’s money to be made much easier than you’ll find at most games.

Here are a few tips to find the easiest Las Vegas Poker Tables:

  • Be on the lookout for tourists.  Tourists usually represent easy money because they are only looking to play Texas Holdem, not to win it.  They’ll be happy just to be in the game.
  • Be on the lookout for drunken players.  We all know drunk players aren’t at their best play no matter how good they are.  If you see a liquored up table, sit down and take advantage of it.
  • Befriend an experienced dealer.  By tipping handsomely, you can usually find out where the soft games are, and nobody knows better than the dealer.
  • Find a 1/2 No-limit Game.  Many of the amateurs can’t afford to play at any higher stakes, so you’re best chances of finding an easier play is at the 1/2 table.

 

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  • http://www.bnpositive.com/blog Jason Bean

    Have you been following the marketing tactics being used for the Legends of Poker tournament heading to Bahamas? http://www.bnpositive.com/blog/shady-social-media-promotions-do-celebrities-and-athletes-care/

  • Kris Jones

    I have not been following that. I read the blog post but didn’t see anything that stood out right away.

  • eric

    The best players to play against, are rich buisnessmen. Not random stupid people playing becuase they are for a party, id advise you play 2-5 or 5-10. If you can beat 1-2 you can beat 2-5 there is no diffrence, just richer/smarter people, but they still through money in bad and play horribly.

  • http://www.bnpositive.com/blog bnpositive

    Did you follow the blog post link to Patrick O’Keefe’s article regarding the promotion activities for the event?