Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel is located in Las Vegas, Nevada and is a casino. Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel is also home to two restaurants.
Regularly scheduled tournaments:
|10am no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $60, starting chips: 5,000, 15-minute levels.|
|2pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $100, starting chips: 15,000, 20-minute levels (Saturday and Sunday: $5,000 Guaranteed Prize Pool. Levels are 30 minutes in duration after the first hour of play.).|
|7pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $100, starting chips: 7,500, 20-minute levels.|
|10pm no-limit texas holdem tournament. Buy-in: $60, starting chips: 5,000, 15-minute levels.|
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Binion's Gambling Hall in downtown Las Vegas will hold two job fairs this week to fill openings for the return of its "Haunted Casino" attraction.
The casino will undergo its terrifying transformation as the Halloween holiday draws near and is looking to fill character, greeter and host positions.
Fright Productions LLC will hold the job fairs on Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Wednesday from noon to 3 p.m. on the second-floor mezzanine level of the hotel....read the rest
A Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel spokeswoman says the downtown Las Vegas property that used to host the World Series of Poker will mothball its 365 hotel rooms in a cost-cutting move.
TLC Casino Enterprises spokeswoman Lisa Robinson said Monday that Binion's casino will remain open, along with the poker room, sports book and well-known Binion's Ranch Steakhouse.
Robinson says about 100 of Binion's 800 workers have been notified they'll be laid off when the Binion's hotel and former Mint tower close Dec. 14....read the rest
The sale of Binion's could be a done deal by the end of the week.
TLC Casino Enterprises is buying the former home of the World Series of Poker for $32 million.
TLC is based in Nevada and owns the Four Queens, across the street from Binion's....read the rest