Aria Poker Room Details
If you're looking to play poker at one of the best places in Las Vegas, look no further. The ARIA Poker Room, located in the middle of the famous Las Vegas strip, offers all the action, amenities and more you'd expect from one of the city's best casinos.
The poker room is located in the ARIA Resort & Casino, a luxury hotel and casino that's part of the CityCenter urban complex right in the heart of Las Vegas. Opened in 2009, the resort is located between the Bellagio and Park MGM on the site of the old Boardwalk Hotel and Casino.
The complex houses 150,000 square feet of gaming space, with a 24-table poker room located on the east side of the casino floor next to the main valet pick-up.
ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas Poker Room Contact Information
ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas Poker Room Cash Games
The poker room at the ARIA offers one of the most extensive collections of games and stakes for its players to enter. Whether you are starting out playing No-Limit Texas Hold'em at $1/$3 or looking to change things up in the mixed game streets, there's something for everyone.
|No-Limit Hold'em||$1/$3, $2/$5, $5/10 and $10/$20|
|Limit Hold'em||$2/$4, $4/$8, $10/$20, $20/$40 and $40/$80|
|Omaha Hi-Lo||$4/$8 with half-kill, $9/$18 with quarter-kill and $20/$40 with half-kill|
|Pot-Limit Omaha||$1/$2, $2/$5 and $10/$20|
|Seven Card Stud||$6/$12, $15/$30, $20/$40 and $30/$60|
|Draw Games||$4/$8, $10/$20, $20/$40 and $40/$80|
|Mixed Games||$4/$8, $10/$20, $15/$30, $20/$40 and $40/$80|
Higher limits are available
From 2010-19, the ARIA also hosted high stakes cash games in the notorious 'Ivey Room.' Named after ten-time bracelet winner and Poker Hall of Famer Phil Ivey, The Ivey Room regularly featured high-stakes cash games with the likes of Eli Elezra, David Williams and Phil Laak all taking part in games such as $200/$400 seven-game mix.
In 2019 it was announced that the table was being renamed 'Table 1'.
ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas Poker Room Tournaments
The ARIA Resort & Casino has a daily tournament with guarantees of $3,000 or $5,000 depending on what day it is running. From Sunday until Thursday, the tournament runs daily a buy-in of $140. Every Friday and Saturday the buy-in is increased to $240.
The weekday tournament starts at 1:00 p.m., and the weekend tournament begins at 11:00 a.m., and come with 20,000 starting chips. Registration and re-entry is available through Level 6 break.
|ARIA Sun-Thu||$140||$3,000||20,000||20 minutes|
|ARIA Fri/Sat||$240||$5,000||20,000||20 minutes (1-6), 30 minutes (7 onwards)|
Super High Roller Bowl
The ARIA Resort & Casino has played host to the Super High Roller Bowl in the connected PokerGO Studio since the inaugural SHRB in 2015. Initially, a $500,000 buy-in tournament when launched, the buy-in was reduced to $300,000 for the second SHRB and all subsequent editions held at the ARIA.
|2015||I||43||Brian Rast||United States||$7,525,000|
|2018 (China)||IV||48||Justin Bonomo||United States||$5,000,000|
|2018||V||36||Isaac Haxton||United States||$3,672,000|
In 2017, the ARIA Resort & Casino (PokerGO Studio) played host to the inaugural Poker Masters. The event has been held at the ARIA on two subsequent occasions. The winner at the end of the festival is awarded a stylish Purple Jacket. The festivals have attracted some of the best players in the world, which is shown in the caliber of winners. Steffen Sontheimer, Ali Imsirovic and Sam Soverel have all won the coveted Purple Jacket, to name a few.
|2019||Sam Soverel||United States||$1,396,800|
|2018||Ali Imsirovic||Bosnia & Herzegovina||$1,288,600|
|2017||Steffen Sontheimer||United States||$2,733,000|
U.S. Poker Open
The U.S. Poker Open was established in 2018 as yet another high stakes poker festival hosted at the PokerGO Studio. Unlike the Super High Roller Bowl and Poker Masters, the U.S. Poker Open featured high stakes mixed games. Stephen Chidwick was the inaugural winner, with five cashes and two wins across the eight-event festival. His wins included taking down the $26,000 Mixed Game Championship for $382,500.
|2022||Sean Winter||United States||$1,196,000|
|2021||David Peters||United States||$832,950|
|2019||David Peters||United States||$1,584,000|
|2018||Stephen Chidwick||United Kingdom||$1,256,600|
In 2018, the PokerGO Studio was established as a partnership between ARIA and Poker Central/PokerGO. Featuring high-tech lighting and video technology, the studio is housed in a 10,000 square foot facility adjacent to the ARIA.
The first event it hosted was the 2018 Super High Roller Bowl, and has also hosted the Poker Masters and U.S. Poker Open.
“PokerGO/Poker central and Aria have really formed a great team where we're really happy with the product,” said Aria tournament poker manager Paul Campbell. “Aria's really proud of the product that we offer the players and Poker Central is amazing at showcasing that product to the viewers.”
ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas Poker Room FAQ
Where is the ARIA on the Las Vegas Strip?
The ARIA Resort & Casino is located between the Bellagio and Park MGM on the site of the old Boardwalk Hotel and Casino
Who owns the ARIA?
The ARIA Resort & Casino is owned by MGM Resorts International and Infinity World Development
Does the ARIA have free parking?
Parking at the ARIA is free for up to 60 minutes. From 1-4 hours it costs $15 and from 4-24 hours it costs $18. After this, it costs $18 per additional day or fraction thereof.
How many floors does the ARIA have?
The ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas has 61 floors in one tower, and 51 in the other.
When was the ARIA Las Vegas built?
The ARIA Las Vegas was built between 2006 and 2009.
How much did it cost to build the ARIA?
The ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas cost approximately $8.5 billion to build.
Does the ARIA Resort & Casino Las Vegas have poker?
The ARIA Resort & Casino does offer poker in its 24-table poker room located on the main casino floor.