Many casinos in Las Vegas have opened, but only a few scattered poker rooms have opened thus far. Most rooms currently have a 5-handed table limit, but rooms like the Bellagio received an exception for 6-handed play (with Plexiglas between players). Mostly, poker rooms are currently offering cash games only, with the Venetian and South Point Casino being the sole rooms to offer tournaments at this stage. As openings and safety requirements are changing frequently, please check the poker room’s website and/or call before heading out.
Closed refers to the poker room’s status, not necessarily the casino at large.
UPDATED: July 12, 2020
Aria Casino: Open. Plexiglas dividers. Masks required. 6-handed.
Bally’s Las Vegas: Closed.
Bellagio: Open. Plexiglas between players at tables. Masks recommended but not required. No food served at tables. 6-handed. Two high limit tables.
Binion’s Casino: Closed.
Boulder Station: Closed.
Caesars Palace: Open. Masks required. 5-handed.
Cannery Casino: Closed.
Club Fortune Casino: Closed.
Excalibur Casino: Closed.
Flamingo Casino: Open. 5-handed.
Golden Nugget Las Vegas: Open. 5-handed.
Green Valley Casino: Closed.
Harrah’s Las Vegas: Closed.
Mandalay Bay: Closed.
MGM Grand: Opened. Plexiglas between players at tables. 6-handed.
Mirage Casino: Closed.
Orleans Hotel & Casino: Open. 5-handed.
Palace Station: Closed.
Planet Hollywood: Closed.
Poker Palace: Closed.
Red Rock Casino: Closed.
Rio Las Vegas: Closed.
Sahara Las Vegas: Open. Plexiglas between players at tables. Masks required. 6-handed.
Sam’s Town Casino: Closed.
Sante Fe Station: Closed.
Silver Sevens Casino: Closed.
Skyline Casino: Closed.
South Point Hotel Casino: Open. 5-handed. Offering multiple tournaments per day in July.
Venetian: Open. 5-handed. Masks available but not required. Sit-N-Gos available. Tournaments scheduled on Fridays and Saturdays from July 10th onwards in July with $250 buy-in.
Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino: Closed.
Wynn Casino: Closed.