Yes. Colorado casinos have poker rooms with live dealers, many open 24 hours a day.
For now, only Black Hawk offers live poker. There are 3 casinos in the mountain town where you can find a game:
- Isle Casino
- Golden Gates Casino
Sort of. Online gambling is still illegal in Colorado, but sweeps casinos, like Global Poker, give CO card sharks a chance to scratch their poker itch along with the chance to win cash prizes.
Absolutely. The Golden Gates hosts No Limit Hold’em tournaments, with buy-ins ranging from $60 to about $200, nearly every day. The Isle used to host tournaments, but they’ve been suspended because of the pandemic. The Golden Gates is also home of the Colorado Poker Championship.
Yes. Colorado poker rooms are sticking closely to state law. Only 6 hands are allowed at a table at any given time, and some casinos have a limited number of tables open, so check with the casino’s poker room before you head out. Just like elsewhere in the casinos, face masks are required for all players.
For now, the maximum bet allowed by law in any Colorado casino is $100. That same limit applies to poker tables for cash games.