Florida was at the forefront of the movement to re-open poker rooms last spring, starting with rooms in western and northern Florida. We reviewed the initial push in an earlier post. Since then, most Florida rooms have re-opened. Most rooms started with cash games and several are offering tournaments as well.
Below is a list of open rooms, along with comments on the current status. Policies and openings change with short notice. So check the card room’s web site or call before heading out.
Updated: June 12, 2021
bestbet Jacksonville: Open. Offers tournaments every day.
bestbet Orange Park: Open. Tournaments Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays.
Big Easy Casino: Open.
Bonita Springs Poker Room. Open. Multiple tournaments every day of the week.
The Casino at Dania Beach: Open.
Casino Fort Pierce Open.
Casino Miami Jai-Alai: Open.
Creek Entertainment Gretna: Open.
Daytona Beach Racing & Card Club: Open. One or two tournaments running daily.
Derby Lane: Open. Multiple daily tournaments.
Ebro Poker Room: Open. Tournaments several days per week.
Gulfstream Park: Closed.
Hialeah Park Casino: Open.
Isle Casino at Pompano Park: Open. Tournaments Thursday through Monday.
Magic City: Open.
Melbourne Greyhound Park: Open. Tournaments.
Miccosukee Resort: Closed.
Ocala Gainesville Poker: Open. Tournaments on Sundays and Fridays.
One-Eyed Jack’s at Sarasota Kennel Club: Open. Multiple Daily Tournaments.
Orange City Racing & Card Club: Open. Tournaments Monday, and Thursday.
Oxford Downs: Open. Running 1-2 tournaments every day of the week.
Palm Beach Kennel Club: Open. Daily tournaments.
Pensacola Greyhound Track & Poker Room: Open.
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek: Open. Daily tournaments.
Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood: Open. Daily tournaments.
Seminole Hard Rock Tampa: Open. Multiple tournaments daily.
Silks @ Tampa Bay Downs: Open. Running multiple tournaments daily.
TGT Poker & Racebook: Open. Tournaments most days.