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Pala Casino Spa Resort
Visit Pala, Southern California's Most Spectacular Playground™ . With 2,292 state-of-the-art slot machines, 87 table games, eight great restaurants, two lounges with live entertainment daily, and a 2,000 seat Pala Events Center there's always something fun to do at Pala. It's like Las Vegas right in your own backyard!
With all the action, entertainment and great food that Pala has to offer it's easy to forget that sometimes you just need to relax. Pala's beautiful four-diamond accommodations are the perfect end to the perfect day. All 507 of our deluxe rooms and suites are beautifully appointed with world class amenities that include mini-bars, 27", 32" and 36" televisions , high speed internet access and bathrooms so luxurious you'll think you're in your own private retreat. So when it's time to unwind, get away and enjoy Pala comfort.
Pechanga Resort and Casino
45000 Pechanga Parkway
Pechanga Resort & Casino is a Native American Casino in Temecula, California and is open daily 24 hours. The casino's 188,000 square foot gaming space features 4,900 gaming machines and 212 table and poker games. The property has eight restaurants, three bars and a hotel with 522 rooms.
Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort
777 Harrah´s Rincon Way
(33750 Valley Center Road)
Valley Center, CA
Harrah's delivers heart-pounding thrills and entertainment on its casino floor as player after player strikes it big. With more than 1,600 slots, 100 Bingo machines and 50 gaming tables, the casino also offers original games like Volcanic Roulette Bingo and Rincon Craps. Enjoy the sizzle of Vegas in San Diego!
121 Brooks Street
Oceanside, CA 92054
This card-playing casino is for folks who remember the Rat Pack of old with Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Joey Bishop and Peter Lawford. Huge murals of the original pack line the walls of this casino where locals gather to play card games of chance including Pan, Pai Gow, Blackjack and Poker. Live entertainment is provided in the Rat Pack Lounge on Wednesday through Sunday evenings. Dinner is served nightly with retro-flair. Some typical entrees include grilled pork chops, Veal Oscar and Filet Mignon. A full bar is available.
Ocean's Eleven Casino where winning is just the beginning
Ocean's Eleven is home to southern California as well as San Diego County. We boast as many as 45 tables, with choices of Limit, No-Limit Hold'em, and Omaha. Tournaments start at 10 am every day except Sunday's tournaments start at 11am. Nightly tournaments start at 7pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Texas Hold'emHold'em (or Texas Hold'em) is a poker game where all players receive two down cards. There is a round of betting after these cards have been dealt. Three community cards are turned simultaneously (called "the flop") and are available to all players. Another round of betting takes place. The next two board cards are turned one at a time with a round of betting after each one. (First the “turn” and then the “river”). After the final round of betting has been completed, a player may use any combination of five out of the two in his hand and five on the board, to determine his best hand. A player may use all of the board cards -this is called, "playing the board".
Limit Hold'em Limits - $1-$2, $2-$4, $3-$6, $4-$8, $8-$16, $20-$40, $40-$80
No-Limit Hold'em Blinds - $1-$1, $2-$2, $2-$3, $5-$5, $10-$10
Pot Limit Omaha Limit Hold-em - $1-$2 Blinds
OmahaOmaha is similar to Hold'em, except each player is dealt four down cards instead of two. There is a round of betting after these cards have been delivered. Three board cards are then turned face-up (which is called "the flop") and another round of betting occurs. Another card is turned face up, followed by a round of betting. A final board card is then turned up and a final round of betting ensues. These five board cards are "community cards" and after the final round of betting has been completed, a player must use a combination of two cards in his hand and three cards from the board to determine his best hand.
Omaha is often played high-low split, 8-or-better. You may use any combination of two down cards and three board cards for your high hand and another (or the same) combination of two down cards and three board cards for your low hand. The low hand must consist of five cards eight or less, not pairing.
Blind Limits - $2-$4, $4-$8 kill