From deli to ‘shuffle up’ at Treasure Island

The poker room at Treasure Island (TI) recently relocated to the north end of the casino floor near the Race and Sports book in the space formerly occupied by Canter’s Deli.
Players can participate in $55 buy-in, No Limit Hold ‘em Tournaments at 11 a.m., 2, 7 and 10 p.m. Each player is given 5,500 starting chips with 20 minute levels. TI also features house funded $1,000 guaranteed tournaments everyday at 2 and 10 p.m.
The seven-table poker room opens daily at 11 a.m. and is in session until the last game is complete. Poker players receive a very generous $2 per hour in food comps and the room is now equipped with free Wi-Fi. Sign up for a Players Card to receive $10-$100 in free slot play too, (wheel spin random amount).
Taking a break to grab a bite to eat just got easier too. Opening next to the poker room, Little Richie’s Chicago Style Beef & Dogs provides counter service for sandwiches and hot dogs. The menu features Italian beef, Italian sausage, Polish sausage, chili cheese dog and the Windy City’s famous hotdog complete with mustard, relish, chopped onions, sliced tomatoes, kosher pickle and sport pepper.
Chicken fingers, chili, hand-cut French fries, onion rings and frozen custard are also offered. Little Richie’s opens this Tuesday at approximately 3 p.m. It will be open daily from 11 a.m. to midnight.
St. Louis
An estimated $1 million is up for grabs in the third St. Louis Poker Showdown April 19 –29 at River City Casino, the Midwest’s premier poker destination. The 11-day 2013 Showdown will include 6 preliminary events; a main event that runs April 26-29 and a “last chance” cash tournament April 28.
More than 5,000 players from 28 states are expected to attend, including St. Louis’ own Dennis Phillips, past WSOP Main Event champ Greg “Fossilman” Raymer, plus a host of television and sports celebrities and athletes.
“River City Casino has quickly become one of the main stops for major tournament poker because we quite simply cater to the player,” said Anthony Chester, Tournament Director at River City. “From complimentary shuttle service, to special room rates, dedicated cocktail service, a wide variety of dining options, plus a brand new covered parking structure and rising prize pools, River City Casino offers the best in gaming, entertainment and now in tournament play.”
Showdown buy-ins range from $50 up to $1,650 for the main event. The tournament schedule and structure will be available soon at and For more info on the 2013 St. Louis Poker Showdown at River City Casino, call the River City Casino poker room at (314) 388-7589.
May the “nuts” be with you!

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