Planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan can be an exhausting process if you do not know what you are doing. Remember, the center of the poker world resides in Las Vegas. Over the last few years, Las Vegas has expanded because of the popularity of poker. If you are a poker fan who is going to Las Vegas, or are traveling with a poker fan to Las Vegas, you might want to plan part, or all, of your trip around experiencing what Las Vegas has to offer a poker fan. You should also check out situs judi onlin bri 24jam to learn more about the game of poker and how you can have while playing poker in Las Vegas. You can easily master the game with a little practice and play online and win a lot of money for yourself.

When you are planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan, you have to consider what time of the year that you are going to travel to Las Vegas. Chances are good that a poker fan would love to see some of the action during one of the major poker tournaments. The World Series of Poker is held at the Rio from mid-June until mid-August. In 2009, though, it will be from the end of May until mid-July. There are over forty tournaments during this time that bring out the top professional poker players and tons of celebrities.

Throughout the year, there are other major poker tournaments that are held at different venues in Las Vegas. A simple trip to the website of the World Series of Poker (here), or to the website of the World Poker Tour (here), will give you a listing of different tournaments that are held in the city.

If you are going to watch a professional poker tournament, I suggest the article that I wrote about watching a professional poker tournament. You can read it here. If you are planning on competing in a professional poker tournament in Las Vegas, I have a prep article for you to read here.

Watching, or competing, in professional poker tournaments are not the only events and attractions that you can consider when planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan. The stiff entry fees for the tournaments deter most of the avid poker fans. Almost all of the casinos in Las Vegas have poker rooms that hold tournaments everyday. Most casinos have listings of their regular tournaments and entry fees on their websites.

There are a few casinos, though, that I suggest placing on the itinerary for a visit if you are planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan. The first two center around the World Series of Poker, and would be the Rio and Binion’s downtown. This is because the Rio is where the World Series of Poker is played, and any poker fan would love to walk around the casino where it all happens. Binion’s is where the World Series of Poker was born. This is where it all began.

The poker room at the Bellagio has been known for years as being one of the world’s hot spots for poker in the world. If you are planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan, the Bellagio poker room is a must. This popularity, and the notoriety of the caliber of players that can be found here, prompted me to write an article about what to expect in the Bellagio’s poker room. You can read the article here.

If you are planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan, but do not play poker yourself, you might want to learn how. If you do not know how to play a certain type of game of poker, and would like to learn, I suggest running over to Imperial Palace. IP offers free poker classes in their poker room on almost every poker variant. While there are other sites in the city where you can receive free classes, the ones at Imperial Palace appear (in my opinion) to be the best.

The final stop in Las Vegas that I suggest to people that are planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan is Fitzgerald’s downtown. Out of all of the poker rooms in the city, Fitzgerald’s is geared towards amateurs the most. You can play for as little as $2 for the big blind at Fitzgerald’s which is the lowest level that you will find in all of Las Vegas. Plus, these low limits bring out a lot of horrible, and horribly drunk, players for you to shark.

The next time that you find yourself planning a Las Vegas trip for a poker fan, keep these ideas in minds. Also, remember that things change quickly in Las Vegas. By the time you read this article, some of these sites may have changed to gone away. Consult the casino websites first to make sure.

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Lucy is a professional poker player and shares a keen interest in all card games be it blackjack, rummy, gin, spit, and more. She wishes to share her experience that she gained over the years with other new player.

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