Changes continue at Livermore Casino

If you’ve been to Livermore Casino lately, you’ve noticed a few changes. From new daytime Baccarat promotions to new Blackjack stools, changes have come, and they are planning to continue with more.

The biggest change of all came in the form of new ownership. Trish LeBlanc officially joined Sid and the entire Livermore Casino team on July 1 and it’s safe to say she is there for the long haul.

Over the coming months customers can expect to see a new parking lot, extended Cal game promotions, and a new kitchen menu. For poker players, starting Oct. 21 the maximum buy-in will increase from $300 to $500 in spread-limit.

With the most complete tournament calendar and larger than expected prize pools for a locals-favorite cardroom, Livermore Casino is the only place to play poker in the Tri-Valley. Boasting the most weekly tournaments in the Bay Area and a hugely popular Players Championship every four months, Livermore is the top spot to play tournaments and cash-game poker. Keep an eye out for double points tournaments.

Tournament buy-ins are as little as $45, and every tournament has a first-place guarantee of at least $1,000 (minimum 20 players). Changes are happening regularly, so check out the website for the latest details (

Featuring rebuy, re-entry, bounty and deep stack structures, the calendar has a little something for every tournament player.

Finally, the generous $10/hour buy-in bonus (two hours maximum) is available to all tournament players interested in taking their winnings to the cash games or recouping their losses there. Contact the tournament director at 925-447-1702 x205 for more details.

Livermore Casino’s cash game promotions include three daily High Hand Bonuses, Royal Flush and Aces Cracked, along with Bad Beat Jackpots in Omaha and Hold’em. Live action games include $3/200 spread-limit Hold’em, $4/8 limit Hold’em, $6/12 Omaha Hi-Lo with a $10/20 kill, and Pan. Their Cal Games include EZ Baccarat, Three-Card Poker, and Pure 21 Blackjack—all with no player collection. The kitchen at Livermore Casino delivers outstanding fare, including their Friday evening Prime Rib Dinner Special and a $2.99 breakfast special. Don’t forget to visit the Sports Bar, which has Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. All of this in Downtown Livermore—the Tri-Valley’s only Poker destination.