Crystal Palace Poker Room is the newly opened poker room, housed on the 2nd floor of Casino Lisboa. With service provided by Poker King Club, which already has 3 poker rooms under its belt, the room is quite promising especially when combined with the grandeur of Casino Lisboa. The poker room has 3 tables offering Texas Holdem poker, all having limits kept to the minimum to attract the mass market. Limits offered are 10/25, 25/50, 50/100 and 100/200.
The poker room is open 24/7.
Casino Lisboa is owned by Sociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau (STDM), a Stanley Ho company and has been around since the 1970s. Visitors can stay in the Hotel Lisboa which has a total of 927 luxurious hotel rooms.
Playing Poker at Crystal Palace Lisboa
No Limit Holdem:
– 3 tables
– Limits offered are 10/25, 25/50, 50/100 and 100/200 (HKD).
Poker room hosts the Asian Poker Tour Macau.
No information yet.
Address: 2 Av. de Lisboa, Macau
Contact Number: +853 2888 3888
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