- Caribbean Stud Poker
- Multi Player Poker
Casino Edmonton is the only casino in Edmonton located on the south side of the North Saskatchewan River. This 72,000 square foot casino is easy to find just east of 75th Street on Argyll Road. It is about 30km from Edmonton International Airport and close to downtown Calgary, Sherwood Park and many of the city’s important traffic routes.
Since it opened in 1986, Casino Edmonton has undergone numerous renovations and three major expansions to increase the gaming space and entertainment amenities. The casino houses over 850 slot machines, 22 live action table games and a 24 hour, 12 table poker room with a separate entrance. The poker room will usually have two to five, 1/2 No limit Texas Hold’em, max $200 buy-in games going and anywhere from one to three, 3/6 games going and quite often there is a 5/5 Pot Sized game running. Saturday afternoons you will find the only 7 Card Stud game in the city. You can also experience the glamour and excitement of high stakes gaming in the casino’s High Limit Lounge. This beautifully decorated area features a water feature wall, high ceilings and its own exclusive private room. Players also enjoy the convenience of Casino Hosts and access to private restrooms.
You can have a sit down meal at the Casino Grill or a quick bite to eat at the Casino Deli. Its two lounges – MacTavish’s on Argyll and the Centre Bar – are open daily and offer a full menu from the Casino Grill whilst watching televised sporting events. With the Pure Rewards Club Card, you’ll receive 20% dining discounts plus free admission to shows and concerts. Live entertainment is featured every Friday and Saturday night from 9.00 p.m.
There are several hotels close to the casino including Four Points by Sheraton Edmonton South, Edmonton Hotel and Convention Centre, Strathcona Hotel and Days Inn Edmonton South.
Home to almost a million residents, Edmonton is a bustling northern metropolis. As Canada’s Festival City, Edmonton hosts over thirty annual festivals throughout the year. No matter when you visit, you’ll be sure to catch something special, from the summertime blitz of music, theatre and culture festivals to Canadian Finals Rodeo in the autumn.