Black Oak Casino Resort, an enterprise owned and operated by The Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians, today celebrated the opening of the latest addition to its casino floor, a new poker room. As part of the celebration, Tuolumne Band Chairman, Kevin Day and other members of tribal community were on hand to cut the ribbon officially opening the room to players.
“At Black Oak Casino Resort, we are constantly evolving our gaming amenities for the benefit and enjoyment of our guests,” said Aaron Moss, General Manager of Black Oak Casino Resort. “This new poker room will not only accommodate the most skilled of players but is also accessible to beginners desiring to learn in a friendly environment.”
Located inside Black Oak Casino Resort, within its smoke-free gaming area, the intimate poker room is 1,350 square feet and is the perfect combination of warm and modern. Rustic features like a fireplace and stone accents complement the nine HD televisions that adorn the walls. The room has six poker tables accommodating up to 60 players and deal such games as Limit Texas Hold’em, Limit Omaha Hi, No Limit Texas Hold’em, Limit Omaha Hi-Lo Pot and Limit Omaha.
Details were very important in the design of the room to ensure the guests ultimate comfort. Each of the poker tables is outfitted with USB ports to charge mobile phones. Further, food and drink service is offered table side during play. The new poker room will also present a full schedule of promotions and tournaments. To find current games, guests can check availability using the BravoPokerLive mobile app. Visit iTunes or the Google Play App Store to download.
The renovation marks an expansion of the gaming offerings at the casino which is already home to more than 1,300 slot machines and 26 table games including a new high-limit area. For more information on the new poker room and all the offerings at Black Oak Casino Resort, visit its website.