Green Valley Ranch Daily Poker Tournaments

Green Valley Ranch cash game information, including games, blinds, stakes, rake, jackpots, and more. Attention Poker Rooms: Get your Real-Time Live Action on PokerAtlas! Please check the schedule as we are adding them as they are scheduled. Besides, who doesn’t like to be a Poker Queen! Green Valley Ranch Series – Henderson, NV Feb 15th LIPS Queen of Hearts Noon Apr 18th LIPS Queen of Clubs Noon Aug 15th LIPS Queen of Diamonds Noon Nov 7th. The Green Valley Ranch poker room hosts 22 tables. Many are only used for tournaments. Most of the cash games at Green Valley Ranch are low limit ones. There is a mix of no limit and fixed limit games. There are two daily tournaments. Kathy Raymond is the poker room manager at Green Valley Ranch.

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Poker Room Details

Venue Type
Hotel & Casino
Rewards Program
Boarding Pass
Comps & Promotions
$1/hour comp rate. Leap Into Cash starting 2/9, Cash drawings held hourly, tickets issued based on hours of play, win up to $1K. Poker Pay Day – play 20 hours get paid $100 Quad Floppers - $500 for each flopped quads Tues/Thurs/Sat. GVR High hands, highest hands during specific periods Sun, Mon, Wed & Fri win between $200 and $300 depending n time period, see room for details. GVR Progressive Royals – win progressive jackpots based on the hole cards used to make a Royal. Starts at $250 with $100 added each week. Golden Goals – When Vegas Golden Knights Ice Hockey Team scores a goal two random seats will win $50 and their tables will win a $50 splash pot. Omaha High Limit and PLO High Hands - $50 for flopped quads, $50 for straight flush, $250 for Royal Flush. Quads or Better Mystery envelopes. Hit a high hand and draw an envelope for payout worth between $25 & $1K. This promo is superseded by Quad Floppers & Progressive Royal Promo. Multiplier Promo: Increase the amount of a promo win by up to 4X based on hours played during week

Green Valley Ranch Details

Based in Henderson, Nevada, Green Valley Ranch is one of the state’s Station Casinos. As with other Station Casinos, a more retro interior helps to evoke memories of a bygone era of poker. Inside the Green Valley Ranch poker room, deep red shades flood the eye, especially from a burgundy floral carpet. Soft red-orange striped chairs are set around each of more than 20 poker tables. Television screens are embedded in the walls and usually stream national sports channels when tournaments are not in progress.

Green Valley Ranch is a haven for low-stakes cash game and tournament players in Nevada. For those who are intimidated by the heavy action on the Las Vegas Strip, this Henderson venue is an excellent place to build confidence and beat the games. Limit hold’em, no-limit hold’em, and pot-limit Omaha run all day and night, with occasional mixed-game action when enough interest is established. In terms of stakes, games as high as $5-$10 can be found at the Green Valley Ranch. Players are able to check the status of all current games on the Station Casinos Poker website — including details of waiting-list lengths.

This poker room joins forces with its sister Station Casinos in Nevada to offer a number of consistent promotions. As elsewhere, players earn $1 per hour in comps, which can be exchanged for the typical range of casino services on any Station property. Also, online customers of Ultimate Poker can deposit and withdraw from their accounts in person at Green Valley Ranch. Deposits, withdrawals, and currency exchanges can be made in line with the regulated agreement between both companies. Free wireless Internet is also available to all players at the Green Valley Ranch Resort.

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Green Valley Ranch Daily Poker Tournaments 2019

Back in February, Barona Freeplay Online Poker players started playing satellites for the second annual Main Event Mania competition. At stake: 10 luxury trips to Las Vegas, a spectacular dinner celebration and a one-table satellite featuring a World Series of Poker Main Event entry as first prize.

Last Friday, the 10 winners (9 online satellite winners plus 1 Barona Poker Room drawing winner) and their guests assembled at Green Valley Ranch to kick off the festivities with a private dinner at Hank’s Steakhouse. The winners were hosted by four of the BFOP hosts – HostDan, HostDennis, HostSharon and Host Kevin – as well as Rick Salinas, General Manager of Barona Resort & Casino, and Mike Patterson, Barona’s Vice President of Table Games. During dinner, each winner was presented with a bag of BFOP gifts, including customized jackets (each bearing the winner’s online player name) and special limited-edition card protectors.

On Saturday at 1:00pm, the 10 winners sat down at a private table in the Green Valley Ranch Poker Room. Each player started with 10,000 in tournament chips. Everyone had already won cash – at least $500 – but all had their eyes on the big prize, the $10,000 WSOP Main Event entry and a shot at the largest tournament prize pool of any event in the world (last year’s WSOP Main Event winner took home just over $8.5 million).

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Because of the deep chip stacks and slow tournament structure, there was a lot of play. In fact, we didn’t lose a player until well into Level 5, almost 2.5 hours after play began. Once the ‘first-out’ bubble was burst by Kevin “BigKev” Meyers, everyone expected things to move along quickly, but that wasn’t to be. Players jockeyed back and forth for position, and the chip lead changed at least 10 times over the next few hours.

Finally, after almost 6 hours of play, we got down to 3 players. While first place awarded a coveted Main Event seat, second and third place awarded $2,500 and $1,000 preliminary event entries, so each player had made a major prize jump by reaching the final 3. The short stack at 3 players, Roy Dahl, went out next, setting up a brief but exciting heads-up match between Tony Sotelo and Paul Yurczyk.

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Paul Yurczyk

Tony Sotelo

When heads-up play started, Paul had a substantial chip lead, with about 65,000 of the 100,000 chips in play. The players jockeyed back and forth, with Tony taking the lead for several hands. In the end, though, Paul retook the lead and finally eliminated Tony after over 6 hours of play.

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Paul will be playing in the WSOP Main Event on Day 1C, July 8. We’ll be posting updates here once Paul starts his run towards poker’s biggest and most prestigious prize.

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The final starting positions are shown below, along with the smiling faces of HostDan, HostSharon, HostDennis and HostKevin.