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Cascades Casino Poker

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Bad Beat Jackpot up to $500,000!

Cascades Casino Langley Poker

Located on the main floor of the Casino and offering the only no-limit games in Kamloops. Enjoy the comfort of Poker with TVs featuring all sporting events. You’ll enjoy the time you spend and the company you meet.

Hours of Operation

Open Thursday – Saturday from 6 PM

Phone 250-318-4810 after 10AM to be added to the waitlist.

Texas Hold ’em

Be a part of all the excitement when you play!

The Badbeat Jackpot is awarded as follows…

  • 50% goes to the losing qualifying hand
  • 25% goes to the winning qualifying hand
  • 25% is divided among the other active players at the table.
* The maximum Poker Bad Beat Jackpot is $500,000

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Bad Beat Jackpot


as of 9 AM today.

Bad Beat is awarded when Four-of-a-Kind of 8’s (or better) are beaten by a Four-of-a-Kind (or better). Both cards in each players hand must be used to qualify for the Bad Beat (if a Four-of-a-Kind is beaten, two of the four must be in the player’s two-card private hand).

* The maximum Poker Bad Beat Jackpot is $500,000

Floor people are to consider the best interest of the game and fairness as the top priority in the desicion-making process. The floor person’s decision is final.

No outside food or drink permitted in the room.

English only at the table while a hand in play.

Cell phones are not permitted to be in use while a hand is in play.

Loud, abusive language and profanity will not be tolerated.

All games are table stakes. No short-buys are permitted.

The line on the table is a courtesy line for all players to place their bets, a forward motion of chips may be considered a bet, call or raise as interpreted by the dealer.

Check and raise is permitted in all games.

Seat or game change is available on a first come first served basis. Players moving more than two active seats away from the blinds or to another table of the same game must post.

One dinner break of 40 minutes permitted per patron and only 1 player on dinner per tale at a time.

Any player missing 3 sets of blinds will be cashed out.

Third man out rule is in effect.

One player per hand, Collusion or Angling will not be tolerated.

Each player is responsible for their own hand at all times. If a dealer kills an unprotected hand, the player will have no redress and will not be entitled to his money back.

Splashing the pot and String bets are not permitted. An oversized chip is a call or a bet in the amount of the oversized chip unless stated otherwise.

Players must keep their chips on the table with highest denomination chips visible at all times.

There will be no foreign chips on the table except for a maximum of one card cap.

Cards speak, show one card or show another player your cards and show all cards, upon request or at the discretion of the staff.

Verbal declaration in turn may be binding. Action out of turn may be binding or limit the options of that player.

Rabbit hunting is not allowed.

Play At A Reasonable Rate Of Speed. If you are in a hand, don’t make everyone remind you that it’s your turn – keep up with the action so the game keeps moving. When deliberating a hand, please take a necessary but reasonable amount of time. Do your best to keep the game moving.

Be Polite & Courteous. Sportsmanship and common courtesy will make for a much more enjoyable experience for both players and staff. Taking your time to reveal a winning hand or “Slow Rolling” as to taunt the other players at the table is the epitome of poor sportsmanship.

Act In Turn. Whether in folding, calling or leaving your seat before it is your turn to act should be avoided as much as possible as it reveals important information to players still in the hand.

Showing Your Cards. Like playing out of turn, revealing your cards prematurely or showing your cards to others can potentially affect the outcome of a hand.

Discarding Your Hand. When discarding your hand, this should be done by releasing the hand in a low line of flight, not at the dealer’s hand or board cards.

Do Not Discuss A Hand Still In Play. Please do not talk about your cards, especially if you’ve already folded. This gives information that may affect the outcome of the hand.

Do Not Criticize Others. Criticism of other player’s style of play is impolite and undesirable. A player is entitled to play the game within the house rules without being subject to criticism from other players. Talk or action demeaning of other players or employees will not be tolerated. Examples include throwing cards, name calling and other such abusive behavior.

Do Not Angle or Collude. Deliberate statements or action that could unfairly influence the course of play, whether or not it influences a hand, is unacceptable. There should be no agreement to check a hand to the showdown when a third player is all in.

Unless stated otherwise, the poker room house rules will apply to all tournaments.

Floor people are to consider the best interest of the game and the floor person’s decision is final.

Dead Button: Tournament play will use a dead button.

Chip race rule when it is time to color-up chips, they will be raced off with a maximum of one chip going to any player. A player cannot be raced out of a tournament.

 Odd chips: the odd chip(s) will go to the first player(s) to act after the button.

All players will be dealt a hand and when necessary have their blinds posted.

All cards will be turned face up once all action is complete.

 If a player puts in a raise of 50 percent or more of the previous bet, he will be required to make a full raise. The raise will be exactly the minimum raise allowed in no-limit, less than a full raise does not reopen the betting to a player who already has acted.

Players may not ask for deck changes.

When time has elapsed in a round and a new round is announced, the new limits apply to the next hand. A hand has begun with the first riffle.

In Limit events, there will be a limit of three raises, even when heads-up. Once the tournament becomes heads-up this rule will no longer apply. In No-Limit, when raising, a player must either put the amount of the raise out in one motion or state the raise amount. By stating the word raise, a player protects his right to raise, but the raise must be made in one additional motion.

Players going from a broken table to fill in seats assume the responsibilities of the position.

Penalties available for use by the Tournament Director are verbal warnings, 10, 20, 30, 40 minutes away from the table, and disqualification which may be used with discretion.

Players are obligated to protect the other players in the tournament at all times discussing cards discarded or hand possibilities are not allowed. Cards speak, verbal declarations as to the content of a player’s hand are not binding.

A player who exposes his cards or verbally discloses their hand during the play may incur a penalty, but will not have his hand killed.

The button will start at seat #10 for all tournaments.

If two or more players are eliminated in the same hand, the player with the most chips going all in will finish with the higher ranking.

No player, whether or not involved in the play of the hand may verbally communicate to another player that a Bad Beat Jackpot situation is possible. Such verbal communication may void the jackpot.

A hand that has been mucked when facing action does not quality for the Bad Beat Jackpot.

In all jackpot games when the pot reaches fifteen (15) dollars, one (1) dollar is taken and placed into the jackpot drop box.

Guests are eligible to win jackpot progressive money and/or promotional prizes only while playing in jackpot games.

Cascades Casino Resort will post updates to the Bad Beat Jackpot before 5:00 PM daily.

In Texas Hold’em, to be eligible for a Bad Beat both the winning and losing hands must meet the following conditions:

There must be at least five (5) active players dealt into the hand; players away from the table are not considered active players.

If more than two (2) hands quality for the 50% or 25% share(s) of any jackpot only the two (2) highest ranking qualifying hands will be considered. All remaining hands will receive table share only.

Jackpots are paid when quads 8’s is beaten by higher than quad 8’s and both hands meet the qualifying criteria.

A qualifying hand must be the players best possible five (5) card hand both hole cards in each players hand must be used in making the best possible five (5) card hand. (If the qualifying hand is four-of-a-kind, two (2) of the four cards must be from the players private two (2) card hand. Kickers in the hole cards will not be considered as part of the qualifying hand.

Cascades Casino Management reserves the right to declare a jackpot hand null and void during the round of play, if the rules of the game are not in accordance with the approved rules of play.


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