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Poker at Treasury Brisbane is cancelled.

In the current environment, where both the community and business have been faced with challenges, Treasury Brisbane has decided to cancel Poker at Treasury Brisbane effective 23 March, 2020.

We will keep you informed of any further changes.

Based on recent Government guidelines and social distancing measures, Texas Hold’em Poker is  temporarily unavailable.

About

Poker at Treasury Brisbane

We're excited to have now opened our brand-new dedicated Poker Room. Be sure to check-it out on your next visit!

NEW POKER ROOM FEATURES

  • Double the number of tables - taking us to eight in total
  • Brand-new tables and chairs
  • Daily cash games from 10.00am, with buy-ins starting from just $80
  • Exciting weekly tournaments, starting in February

LOCATION

  • Adjacent to LiveWire 24/7 Sports Bar
  • Lvl 1, Treasury Casino Building

OPENING HOURS

  • From 10.00am
  • Monday - Sunday 
Tournaments

Tournaments

Please note all weekly tournaments have been cancelled for the time being. Please stay tuned for updates. 

Cash Games

Cash Games

Treasury Brisbane is the only place you can play professionally dealt cash games in Brisbane.

Cash games are available daily from 10.00am, with buy-ins starting from $80.

Pot Limit Omaha also available on request.

 

BLINDS MINIMUM BUY-IN MAXIMUM BUY-IN
$1 - $3 $80 $300
$2 - $5 $100 $500
$5 - $5 $200 $1,000
$5 - $10 $1,000 $3,000
$25 - $25 $2,000 $7,000

 

How To Play

How To Play

TEXAS HOLD 'EM

Poker is one of the most skillful and fascinating games ever devised, offering players the chance to test their skills against other players rather than the casino. Poker is as much a game of skill as it is strategy. There are many variations of Poker, and Texas Hold'em Poker is one variation in a group known as 'flop' poker.

 

TEXAS HOLD 'EM BONUS

Poker is one of the most skillful and fascinating games ever devised, offering players the chance to test their skills against other players rather than the casino. Poker is as much a game of skill as it is strategy. There are many variations of Poker, and Texas Hold'em Poker is one variation in a group known as 'flop' poker.

 

CARRIBEAN STUD

Caribbean Stud Poker is a Poker alternative - the first casino table game to offer a progressive jackpot. It is based on the traditional Five Card Stud Poker game, where you pit your hand against the House. The aim of the game is for your poker hand to beat the dealer's hand. If you draw one of the top five Caribbean Stud hands, you will also be in the running for an additional Jackpot bonus - all you have to do is place an extra wager on the Jackpot option.

 

MISSISSIPPI STUD

Commencing 9th March, 2016 Mississippi Stud Poker is based on Five Card Stud Poker. The difference is that you are competing against a pay table rather than the dealer. Using a 52 card deck, the aim of the game is to combine your two hole cards with three community cards to try and make the best possible five card poker hand.

 

THREE CARD POKER

Three Card Poker is based on the traditional Poker game where you play your hand against the House.