What Poker Rooms Are There in Cambodia?

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Re: What poker rooms are there?

Postby Raybull » Sat Dec 19, 2015 2:46 am

UKJ wrote:What poker rooms are there?
I've heard of

Phnom Penh
NagaWorld , River King and I think the Red Fox has poker night. I hear Riverking is hard to find, so here's a link.
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Queensco, Fortuna, and I think Charlie Harpers has a poker night.

Any others?
In Shv, the main places are QueenCo and the newer Lion City near Utopia. Theres also some private games, the main being at Otres, check shv fb expats
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Re: What poker rooms are there?

Postby LaudJohn » Sun Dec 20, 2015 10:05 am

In Paradise sur Mer

Queenco poker room closed a month ago, the Fortuna casino game moved to Golden Island Casino.

AJ Brock (who had the Queenco poker room) now works at Lion City. They have a cash game and currently have tournaments ranging from $100 to $300 per buy in/re-entry.

There is also a 50c/$1 cash game at Golden Island casino in the day and $1/$2 from 7pm.

Charlie Harpers had $25 buy in tournaments 4 nights per week, but it go raided a couple of days ago, since Tony passed it looks like the police had not been paid. Currently closed, it will probably reopen once things are sorted out.
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Re: What poker rooms are there?

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Sun Dec 20, 2015 4:43 pm

LaudJohn wrote:In Paradise sur Mer

Queenco poker room closed a month ago, the Fortuna casino game moved to Golden Island Casino.

AJ Brock (who had the Queenco poker room) now works at Lion City. They have a cash game and currently have tournaments ranging from $100 to $300 per buy in/re-entry.

There is also a 50c/$1 cash game at Golden Island casino in the day and $1/$2 from 7pm.

Charlie Harpers had $25 buy in tournaments 4 nights per week, but it go raided a couple of days ago, since Tony passed it looks like the police had not been paid. Currently closed, it will probably reopen once things are sorted out.
is the golden island casino the new one just down from pub street?
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Re: What poker rooms are there?

Postby LaudJohn » Sun Dec 20, 2015 8:54 pm

Jamie_Lambo wrote:
LaudJohn wrote:In Paradise sur Mer

Queenco poker room closed a month ago, the Fortuna casino game moved to Golden Island Casino.

AJ Brock (who had the Queenco poker room) now works at Lion City. They have a cash game and currently have tournaments ranging from $100 to $300 per buy in/re-entry.

There is also a 50c/$1 cash game at Golden Island casino in the day and $1/$2 from 7pm.

Charlie Harpers had $25 buy in tournaments 4 nights per week, but it go raided a couple of days ago, since Tony passed it looks like the police had not been paid. Currently closed, it will probably reopen once things are sorted out.
is the golden island casino the new one just down from pub street?

yes
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Re: What poker rooms are there?

Postby Jamie_Lambo » Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:26 pm

LaudJohn wrote:
Jamie_Lambo wrote:
LaudJohn wrote:In Paradise sur Mer

Queenco poker room closed a month ago, the Fortuna casino game moved to Golden Island Casino.

AJ Brock (who had the Queenco poker room) now works at Lion City. They have a cash game and currently have tournaments ranging from $100 to $300 per buy in/re-entry.

There is also a 50c/$1 cash game at Golden Island casino in the day and $1/$2 from 7pm.

Charlie Harpers had $25 buy in tournaments 4 nights per week, but it go raided a couple of days ago, since Tony passed it looks like the police had not been paid. Currently closed, it will probably reopen once things are sorted out.
is the golden island casino the new one just down from pub street?

yes
spot on cheers! :thumb:
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Re: What poker rooms are there?

Postby CEOCambodiaNews » Thu Aug 25, 2016 3:04 am

LaudJohn wrote:In Paradise sur Mer

Queenco poker room closed a month ago, the Fortuna casino game moved to Golden Island Casino.

AJ Brock (who had the Queenco poker room) now works at Lion City. They have a cash game and currently have tournaments ranging from $100 to $300 per buy in/re-entry.

There is also a 50c/$1 cash game at Golden Island casino in the day and $1/$2 from 7pm.

Charlie Harpers had $25 buy in tournaments 4 nights per week, but it go raided a couple of days ago, since Tony passed it looks like the police had not been paid. Currently closed, it will probably reopen once things are sorted out.
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Re: What Poker Rooms Are There in Cambodia?

Postby Koy90 » Wed Aug 02, 2017 8:32 pm

Poker rooms in Cambodia:
Recently, I visited The Exchange Poker Club in Phnom Penh. In which I had thought they had ran only private games. It was a friend of mine that invited to tournament that the Exchange was having. Great tournament, BTW. I found out that they have a daily 2-5 NLH game and also another table for smaller stakes. I guess the 2-5 was their smallest during their private days. Anyways, great place to play poker.
Riverking and Red fox are still presently active. Rk just had their $7500 guarantee tournament, a very nice prize pool for the winners.
Naga has 4 tables now.


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