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The TI Poker Room

Name The TI Poker Room
Address 3300 Las Vegas Blvd South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
City Las Vegas
Country United States of America
Website http://www.treasureisland.com
Room manager 
Brian Conley 
(702) 894-7291 
Social Media 
Facebook.com/TIPokerLVTwitter: @ TIpokerLV

Number of tables: 7

Featured Tournaments:

GameTime (PT)Buy-inDay
NL Hold'em11 a.m.$65Daily
NL Hold'em2 p.m.$75Daily
NL Hold'em7 p.m.$65Daily
NL Hold'em10 p.m.$75Daily
NL Hold'em1 a.m.$65Saturday night (Sunday a.m.) only

Cash Games:

Limit Hold'em$3/$6
NL Hold'em$1/$3
Mixed Game$3/$6

Room Summary:

Non smokingYes
Meal CompsYes
Poker Room RateYes
Phone-in ListYes
Automatic ShufflersYes
Massage ServiceNo
Cocktail ServiceYes
Food ServiceYes
Bravo Poker AppYes

The TI Poker Room general information

The TI Poker Room provides cash games and tournaments from a friendly and professional staff. They feature a bad beat jackpot and high hand bonuses (quads or better) anytime, as well as prizes for highest hand contests between 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and between 7 p.m.-10 p.m. While playing in cash games, players earn $2 per hour in food comps.

There are tournaments with guaranteed prize pools every day. The 2 p.m. tournament has a $750 guarantee and the 10 p.m. tournament has a $1,500 guarantee. In addition, the room has daily tournaments at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. that often have $500 guarantees, as well as a weekly 1 a.m. tournament on Saturday nights (Sunday a.m.). Tournament results are tracked on a leaderboard with payouts for the top performers each week. First place is guaranteed at least $500 cash.

In addition to the forementioned promotions, the TI Poker Room offers "GET PAID TO PLAY." Cash game players currently receive $50 for every 10 hours of live play, up to 40 hours ($200). After 40 hours of play, players will receive $100 for each additional 10 hours. Plus, the room is giving away $500 per week in a football pick'em contest.

Games other than those listed are available on request, as well as private tournaments and sit-n-gos.

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