LivingItLovingIt UK Ltd has partnered with Bruno Fitoussi and Rob Yong to create a little piece of Europe in Las Vegas this summer.
Head to Treasure Island Hotel and Casino this summer and you will find a seven-table poker room running cash games 24 hours per day, including the more European favourites such as five-card pot-limit Omaha, several mixed games, and Chinese poker.
In addition to the seven tables of cash game action, there is a four-table VIP area in the high roller pit for those wanting to play for higher stakes of $50/$100 and above, plus the Breeze Bar at Treasure Island is to be decked out with a European flavour and plans to show every live game of the upcoming 2016 European Championships.
Managing Director of LivingItLovingIt, Neil Barrett, said: “A few years ago we were in Vegas and struggled to find venues to watch the England games at the World Cup and did not want to miss out on the Euros this Summer. The Vegas poker rooms are so much bigger and NLH focused than European venues, we felt there was a gap in the market for a more personal experience to play the games Europeans love to play. TI really lends itself to deliver a warm, friendly atmosphere and the combination of football and poker just came together naturally in this idea.”
The cash game action kicks off on June 1, with the first Euro 2016 matches being shown from June 10. Players heading to Treasure Island receive free food and drinks based on the level of cash games played, plus they receive special rewards, including an exclusive party at Gilley’s, by accumulating playing hours.
Rob Yong, owner of Dusk Till Dawn, said: “I can’t wait to go to Vegas with the rest of the DTD family this summer and play at Treasure Island. Great cash games alongside all the Euro football games so come and cheer on England with me at Treasure Island.”
French legend, Bruno Fitoussi, is also waiting in the wings to welcome an army of football-loving poker players. “I’ll be waiting for you in Las Vegas on the strip at Treasure Island European Poker Room June 1 to July 17,” said Fitoussi, “There are not many venues that can accommodate the games we like, the way we like. PLO5, Big O, Mixed Games, and Open Face Chinese will be on the menu at Treasure Island. I’ll see you there.”
Treasure Island is a 2,884-room hotel with a Pirate Caribbean theme with 95,000 square feet of gaming space. By booking a room via www.bookvegas2016.com, the site created by LivingItLovingIt, players can stay at Treasure Island from $99 or The Palazzo from $169, including WiFi, resort fee, and all taxes.