If you’re looking for a fantastic escape from your family until they assume you’re dead, look no further than the poker room at Mohegan Sun. Nestled in the rolling hills of eastern Connecticut, along the banks of a river that the white man probably destroyed, Mohegan Sun stretches toward the sky like a glistening boner of opportunity. Mohegan Sun Pocono in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., will reopen its poker room on Oct. Games are 7-handed with Plexiglas dividers on tables. Masks and temperature checks are mandatory. For more information on poker room reopenings, visit our Reopen webpage.
Masks are required to be worn by all Guests at all times
Seating will be restricted to a maximum of 7 players per table
Guests must sanitize their hands before touching any cards
Spectators are not permitted in the Poker Room
Food is not be permitted in the Poker Room at any time
Guests must purchase buy-in at cage (First buy-in only)
Table changes will not be permitted until further notice (Seat changes are allowed)
Call-Ins will not be permitted until further notice
Dinner reseating is be 1 hour (players will be placed 2nd on list upon return)
Poker promotions and tournaments will be postponed until further notice
Chip pick-ups are as follows: 1. First player two missed blinds, 2. Second player one missed blind, 3. Third immediately pick up
Polycarbonate dividers will be used on all active poker tables
Poker cards will be removed and sanitized frequently
When a player leaves the table, the rail will be cleaned prior to seating another player
Hand sanitizers will be placed on all active tables
Sanitizing dispensers will be located throughout the Poker Room
Park at Indian Summer Garage for convenient access to the Poker Room. Use the elevator in the middle for the Autumn Entrance.
Poker promotions and tournaments will be postponed until further notice.
You're never more than a few hours away from great tournament action at Mohegan Sun.Push fold chart spin and go.
Daily tournaments feature 'No Limit Texas Hold 'Em' and 'Bounty' Tournaments. Click to see our Poker Tournament Schedule to see what you will play today.
7 Card Stud
Texas Hold 'Em
No Limit Texas Hold 'Em
2-7 Triple Draw
Don't see what you were looking for? Ask in the Poker Room and if there is enough interest that day, we will spread games and limits that are approved.
Mohegan Sun has the only poker room in Connecticut that allows Momentum Dollars to be used toward tournament buy-ins.
2 Momentum Dollars = $1 toward a tournament buy-in and entry fee.
We keep the lines short and the action non-stop in our Poker room with over 30 tables. We have a variety of the most popular poker games with a wide range of limits and you can enjoy your meal while you play.
TEXAS HOLD 'EM
Hold ‘Em is a community card game. Each player receives two cards. There are designated blinds in Hold ‘Em (usually two: a small and a big in the first and second positions to the left of the dealer button). After the initial round of betting, three cards are turned up on the table, commonly referred to as a “flop.” There is a betting round after the flop, then two more cards are turned up, one at a time, with a round of betting after each card. Players match their two hole cards with the five community cards on the board. The best 5-card hand wins the pot.
PINEAPPLE HOLD ‘EM/CRAZY PINEAPPLE HOLD ‘EM
A variation of Texas Hold ‘Em, each player is dealt three down cards instead of two. After the initial round of betting, players must discard one of their hole cards before the flop. All other rules of Hold ‘Em apply. Pineapple Hold ‘Em can be played either high or high-low split. A qualifier of eight-or-better is usually needed to win the low hand in the split game. In Crazy Pineapple Hold ‘Em, after the initial round of betting, players must discard one of their hole cards after the flop. All other rules of Pineapple Hold ‘Em apply.
Seven-card stud is played with two down cards and one up card, a betting round, followed by three more up cards (with betting round after each), then a final down card and a final round of betting. The best 5-card hand wins the pot. The initial action is made by the player with the lowest ranking up card. On subsequent betting rounds, action is started by the highest ranking card. In a fixed limit game, if there is an open pair on the fourth card, players have the option of making a bet or raising the higher limit.
Omaha is similar to Hold ‘Em, except each player is dealt four down cards instead of two. The betting is same as Hold ‘Em. However, to make a hand, a player must use precisely two hole cards with any combination of exactly three board cards.
OMAHA HI-LO SPLIT EIGHT-OR-BETTER
A variation of Omaha, players may use any combination of two hole cards and three board cards for their high hand and another (or the same) combination of two hole cards and three board cards for the low hand. A qualifier of Eight-or-better is required for the low hand. If no player can make a low hand, the high hand wins the entire pot.
POT LIMIT HOLD ‘EM
In Pot Limit Hold ‘Em, a player can open for any amount up to four times the size of the big blind. Any player may bet and raise the amount of money in the pot. In raising the pot, a player must consider the total amount of called bets including their own call as part of the pot. All raises must be equal to or greater than the size of the previous bet or raise.
NO LIMIT HOLD ‘EM
In a No Limit Hold ‘Em game, there are designated blinds and/or antes plus a designated opening bet. Beyond this structure, any player may bet any amount of money they have on the table.
7-CARD HI-LO SPLIT - EIGHT OR BETTER
A variation of 7-card stud, the best high hand splits the pot with the best low hand. However, in order to win the low half, the player must have an 8-low or better. If there is no low qualifier, the high hand wins the entire pot.
7-CARD LO (RAZZ)
Razz is a low ball game. The lowest hand wins the pot. Aces are low and straights and flushes have no effect on the value of the hand. In Razz, the high card has the forced opening and the low hand is first to act thereafter.