The Hustler Casino is a luxurious casino and entertainment complex in Gardena, a city located in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County. Hustler Casino, located at 1000 West Redondo Beach Boulevard in Gardena, California, is a cardroom approximately 15 miles south of Downtown Los Angeles. Opened by Larry Flynt in 2000, the casino has made a name for itself as a Vegas-style gaming establishment. It’s currently owned by El Dorado LF, LLC., the successor company after the death of the founder, Larry Flynt. The casino has been in operation since June 22, 2000, and it’s the most profitable of all Larry Flynt’s businesses, earning over $20 million annually as of 2007.

The Hustler Casino was built on land that was formerly occupied by the El Dorado Club, which Flynt purchased in 1998 for $8 million. A major expansion was completed in February 2007, which included The Crystal Room, serving as a combination card room, special events room, conference room, and poker tournament site.

The Hustler Casino doesn’t have slot machines, due to state laws governing non-tribal casinos. However, it offers a variety of popular table games such as Blackjack, Three-Card Poker, Pai Gow Poker, and of course various poker games.

the casino also featured amenities like a bar and a restaurant, offering a wide array of food and beverage options to its patrons.

The venue has been known for its regular events and promotions, including poker tournaments and jackpots. They often host special holiday events as well.

The Hustler Casino is also known for its commitment to customer service, and it aims to provide a high-end experience for all visitors. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Poker Room at Hustler Casino

Since 1997, Flynt has hosted “the biggest seven-card stud game in the world”. The game started at Flynt’s home but moved to his casino when it opened. As of April 2007, the minimum buy-in is $200,000, with $1000 antes and stakes of $2,000–4,000. Regulars at the table include Phil Ivey, Barry Greenstein, and Ted Forrest. Another regular was Chip Reese before his death. The casino was also featured in an episode of LA to Vegas, as a casino on the strip in Las Vegas.

The poker room at the Hustler Casino is expansive, offering numerous tables for a variety of games and stakes. Games often include Texas Hold’em (limit and no limit), Omaha Hi-Lo, and 7-Card Stud, but available games can vary depending on the day and demand.

The poker room also regularly hosts tournaments, such as daily and monthly tournaments. These often have a range of buy-ins to accommodate players with different budget levels. The casino has been known to host prestigious events with larger prize pools too, attracting professional players from around the country.

The poker room offers a range of services, including a dedicated cage for buying into games and tournaments, a food service specifically for poker players, and numerous big-screen TVs for players to enjoy sporting events while they play.

The venue has been known for its regular events and promotions, including poker tournaments and jackpots. They often host special holiday events as well. Of course, the specific offerings and schedule of events can change, so for the most accurate and current information, it’s best to check the Hustler Casino’s official website or contact them directly.

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