The Poker Room at The Empire Casino is described by many as the best place to play Poker in London. It’s free to enter and no membership is required, so why not come to where the action is? To increase your enjoyment further in the Poker Room, we’ve added a dedicated bar and nine HD screens showing all the latest sports action. The Grosvenor Victoria Casino London; The Poker Room; The Grosvenor Victoria Casino London. Welcome to the Grosvenor Victoria Casino London! Enjoying the fun couldn't be easier, simply come. Located about a five minute walk from Edgeware Road tube station, The Grosvenor Victoria (affectionately referred to as 'The Vic') is the undisputed daddy of London poker. The card room is located upstairs and is by far the largest in the capital. Part of the Grosvenor group of casinos, players must register before entering the casino. London, from East to West, offers something for poker players of every bankroll and player type. As you expect from a major European city, the casinos are bright and modern and attract players from all over the world as well as hosting major events like WSOPE, GUKPT and the recent addition of The Cash Games Festival.
May 2019 Poker Tourno at The Grosvenor Victoria London Won a Facebook draw to play in A poker tournament at the Grosvenor Victoria casino where David Haye was a bounty.The main poker room was very busy and we played in the Club room (i think). The staff were excellent, as was the poker tournament.
It would be grossly unfair to call London a 'city' in the same way that you’d use that word for the likes of Liverpool or Southampton. London isn’t just a city, it’s a sprawling metropolis, filled with boroughs, which have each got their own small towns and suburbs that are about the same size on their own as some of the smaller cities throughout the UK. It’s hardly surprising, therefore, that the capital is home to plenty of casinos that have their own personality and offer differing facilities.
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Due to the size of the city and sheer number of casinos, it wouldn't be fesible (or helpful) to give you a blow-by-blow breakdown of every casino in London. So instead, we'll give you some advice in the broadest possible terms. If you’re someone who likes the glitz and the glamour, for example, then you’ll probably fancy heading somewhere the Ritz Casino Club in Piccadilly, so named because the casino floor itself is located in the old ballroom of the Ritz Hotel. Alternatively, you might want to have a look at the London Playboy Club, although be aware you can only enter if you’re a member or you’re with a member. The waitresses are dressed as, you guessed it, Playboy bunnies and high-stakes betting is positively encouraged.
Fear not, though, not every casino in London is for the glitterati. There are countless 'normal' casinos where the order of the day is fun and trying your hand at different things to see how you get on. The Aspers Casino at Westfield Shopping Centre in Stratford will interest you if that’s your bag. Another great classic casino is the Empire Casino, Leicester Square. More than a few well-known tournaments have been held here over the years.
When it comes to the location of all of the casinos, there’s a decent spread throughout the city. Mayfair is where you’ll find the more 'high-end' venues, whilst there about half a dozen of the more 'normal' casinos located in between Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square alone. Obviously, the Underground system in London is excellent, so you won’t have a problem getting from place to place.
As with any big town with great real estate, gaming venues in London are bound to chop and change every now and again. Some of the ones we've noticed disappear in the last couple of years are the Golden Nugget on Shaftesbury Avenue and its neighbour on the same street the Fox Poker Club, which are now both permanently closed. Another that has closed its doors is the Connoisseur Club within the Royal Garden Hotel along Kensington High Street in West London.
PokerStars Live at The Hippodrome
In partnership with the world’s largest online poker site, the Hippodrome’s state-of-the-art PokerStars LIVE has returned and is in its new home on the 3rd floor.
Regular cash games on more tables and with direct access to all the amenities you need. Our cash games offer 7 and 6 handed tables in a full covid secure environment.
Tournaments such as Chris Moneymakers route to the PSPC are temporarily placed on hold as well as The Hippodrome Series and PokerStars MegaStack Live. For details of future events when we restart, check the poker tournament pages.
There are new policies and playing detail introduced to meet current guidelines which can be found on our Rules page.
Our adapted screened tables with enhanced sanitisation processes for chips, cards and player safety will offer you a comfortable environment for you to enjoy .
It still all adds up to an incredible poker experience that we are known for in the heart of the most exciting city in the world.
We look forward to welcoming you to our tables.