Poker House Dallas Details
With 30 card tables in place, Poker House Dallas is one of the biggest poker rooms in Texas, and also one of the absolute best. Not only is this an excellent spot for cash games, it also hosts some great tournaments and a popular live-streamed show.
When you walk inside the state-of-the-art social club, you'll be impressed with the cleanliness and overall appearance of the entire facility. When PokerNews toured the card rooms across the Lone Star State, we ranked Poker House Dallas among the best for various reasons, most notably the hard-working and friendly staff mixed with the quality of the games. That's a winning combination in our book.
Poker House Dallas is a prime destination for all types of poker players. Whether you're a serious professional or a recreational player who just wants to have a good time playing cards, you'll be treated with respect from the staff and find a game that's perfect for your needs.
In all legal poker rooms in Texas, there are fees just to play, a stark contrast compared to card rooms in most other states and countries. The reason for these fees — usually in the form of membership dues and hourly seat costs — is due to the state's laws (refer to Texas Penal Code 47.04 for clarity).
Taking rake out of a pot is illegal in the state, so none of the cash games are raked. That's beneficial to the players. However, you must be aware that there are some fees in replace of rake.
At Poker House Dallas, the base cost for a membership is $10 daily, $30 monthly, or $300 annually. If you're a regular at the card room, it's best to pay for an entire year upfront to save money long-term. Hourly seat fees are charged at a rate of $13 per hour.
There are some promotions available to help you save some money, and these should be taken advantage of especially if you're a serious professional. If you pay for five hours, you will be charged $55 total ($11 per hour) for a $10 discount. Even more valuable, you can get 20 hours for $200 ($10 per hour) for a $60 discount.
Cash Games at Poker House Dallas
The list of cash games is quite lengthy, starting with the most common game — $1/$2 no-limit hold'em ($100 to $500 buy-in). There are many others to choose from (see the following list), all of which have great action.
- $1/$2 No-Limit Hold'em ($100-$500)
- $2/$5 No-Limit Hold'em ($200-$3,000)
- $5/$10 No-Limit Hold'em ($500 minimum, no cap)
- $100/$200 No-Limit Hold'em ($10,000 minimum, no cap)
- $1/$2/$5 Pot-Limit Big 0/5 Card ($200-$3,000)
- $1/$2/$5 Pot-Limit Omaha 8/B ($200-$1,000)
- $1/$2/$5 Pot-Limit Omaha ($200 to $3,000)
- $1/$3 Mixed Limit Dealer's Choice ($200 to $1,000)
At Poker House Dallas, the games often play bigger than most other card rooms around the US. If you're used to playing poker in Las Vegas, for example, you will notice these games are often deeper stacked than what you're accustomed to.
Tournaments at Poker House Dallas
Although Poker House Dallas has such a great reputation for its juicy cash games, the card room also has some solid tournaments available almost daily.
Visit the Poker House Dallas website for an updated schedule of upcoming events. You can expect to find tournaments ranging from $100 to $300, and sometimes even higher buy ins depending on the day. Most tournaments here are of the no-limit hold'em variety, but you'll occasionally find some pot-limit Omaha and other poker variants.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is food service available at Poker House Dallas?
Yes, there are many food options available for players.
Does Poker House Dallas have tournaments and cash games?
Yes, there are some juicy games, both tournaments and cash games.
How many card tables are there in the poker room?
30 tables with room to add more for major events.
Does Poker House Dallas offer any other casino games such as blackjack or slots?
No, only poker is legal in the state of Texas.
What are the hours of operation at Poker House Dallas?
The poker room is open 24/7, 365 days a year.
How much is a membership to Poker House Dallas?
Memberships cost $10 (daily), $30 (monthly), or $300 (annually).
What is the hourly seat fee?
It costs $13 per hour, although if you buy hours in bulk you will receive a discount.