Poker in Portland:
Live, Cashgames, Tournaments

If you want to play for real money poker cash games in Portland in Oregon Oregon with 639.863 citizens, you will need to enter a national casino or a poker room.

Just in authorized casinos in Oregon Oregon are real money tournaments of Texas Hold'em permitted, because according to jurisdiction in United States poker is a game of luck. On this website we present you all the available possibilities to play poker in Portland and clarify the legal framework in Oregon Oregon.

Legal notice: Is it legal to play poker Portland ?

Legal notice
Legal notice: Is it legal to play poker Portland ? © Unsplash

Poker Cash Games can fulfill in Oregon Oregon and therefore also in Portland the element of the offence of illegal gambling. Punishment based on these regulations is not rare if one hosts a public game of chance or plays in it.

Is poker in Oregon Oregon ranked as a game of luck?

The question of whether poker is a game of chance is still not answered. The jurisdiction in United States and therefore also in Portland says however that poker is to be classified as a game of luck.The national casinos in United States have of course a authorisation.

Poker in restaurants in Portland

Risk for the pubs & hosts: There is the danger of losing the official permission to operate a restaurant in Portland if you make yourself liable to prosecution.

Result

  • Poker cash games are generally not legal in United States and therefore also in Portland.
  • The casinos in United States have a licence.
  • Often it is very difficult for the authorities in Portland to evidence prohibited gambling.
  • Tournaments are considered a game of skill, cash games a game of luck

Please note that the information provided does not constitute legal advice under the law and cannot replace legal advice, as such advice always requires knowledge of all individual circumstances, in particular of the specific individual case.

Cashgames: Real money poker games in Portland

Cashgames: Real money poker games in Portland © Unsplash

Poker cash games are in general not allowed in Portland. If you still want to play poker for cash in Portland, you will need to go to casinos & poker clubs and poker rooms in the local area. Please read carefully the information on Home Games if you are searching for more options.

  • Claudia's Sports Pub ( Website )
    3006 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland, OR 97214, USA
    +1 (503) 915-9530
    $0.50/$0.50 No Limit Holdem - Buy-in: $20 to $80 Runs: Always
  • Brekken's Bar & Grill ( Website )
    8608 North Lombard Street, Portland, OR 97203, USA
    +1 (503) 724-9714
    $0.50/$1 No Limit Holdem
  • Ace of Spades Players Club ( Website )
    9220 Southwest Barbur Boulevard #104, Portland, OR 97219, USA
    +1 503-244-4079
    $1/$2 No Limit Holdem - Buy-in: $50 to $400 Runs: Always
    $2/$5 No Limit Holdem - Buy-in: $200 to $1,000 Runs: Occasionally
    $5/$10 No Limit Holdem - Buy-in: $300 to $2,000 Runs: Once per week

Poker tournaments in Portland

There are a lot poker tournaments in Portland. Tournaments are permitted as long as there are prizes and not real money to be won. In addition, great poker tournaments are held on a regular basis in Oregon Oregon! For an full list of the current tournaments in Portland, please inform yourself about our tournament schedule.

Poker Clubs: The best poker rooms in Portland

Further options are available by the many poker clubs & poker rooms with in and around Portland. The poker landscape in Portland is organized in several clubs & rooms and every year live poker events come to the city. Here is a small overview:

Live poker in casinos near by Portland

You cannot currently play live poker in Portland in any casino in the center. Oregon Oregon has its casinos mainly in small towns and outside the city center. It is certainly fast to get to them by car or public transport. Most have even their own shuttle facilities. If you want to use your own car, all casinos offer large park possibilities for poker enthusiasts. Nowadays you can find a large choice of poker tournaments in each casino in United States. There are many tournaments and events in which you can participate. On our site you'll discover an overview, sorted by federal states, of the best casinos offering poker with their individual offering and all required infos. After only a short drive you can join legal poker games for real cash in one of the casinos around Portland.

Casinos, Poker Rooms & Venues offering Poker in Portland

  • Ace of Spades Players Club ( Website )
    9220 Southwest Barbur Boulevard #104, Portland, OR 97219, USA
  • Aces Full ( Website )
    2443 Southeast Powell Boulevard, Portland, OR 97202, USA
  • Brekken's Bar & Grill ( Website )
    8608 North Lombard Street, Portland, OR 97203, USA
  • Claudia's Sports Pub ( Website )
    3006 Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard, Portland, OR 97214, USA
  • Final Table Poker Club ( Website )
    12405 Northeast Glisan Street, Portland, OR 97230, USA
  • Portland Meadows ( Website )
    1001 N. Schmeer Rd., Portland, OR 97217

Best Poker Players from Portland

The following list shows you the Top 10 poker players with the highest tournament winnings from Portland.

Homegames: Pokern for real money in Portland in private locations

In Portland the laws of the federal state Oregon Oregon applies. If you want to hold legal poker home games in Portland, you must be aware of these facts.

Do you play publicly?

The poker game must be held in public to be criminal liable. A poker round is public after the jurisdiction in Oregon Oregon, if "it is made outwardly recognizably accessible to a not firmly closed circle of acquaintances". The best example of this is cash games in pubs in Portland that anyone could enter. This is illegal.

Habituality

Based on legislation in Oregon Oregon can: "However, a closed society in which a game of chance is customarily held is also considered public according to § 285 II StGB". If the poker round takes place regulardy, it is not allowed in private rooms in Portland as well as in public. For example, if money games are held for every week on the same day, it does not matter if it is a private room or not. Both are illegal.

The best Online Poker Rooms in comparison

Please be aware that online poker is regulated in most states. There are currently 4 states that offer legal online poker for real money in the United States – New Jersey, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Pennsylvania became the latest to join this group when PokerStars went live in the state on Nov. 4, 2019.

  • WSOP/888 US is currently the only poker site that shares online poker players between all three legal online poker states (NJ, Nevada & Delaware). It’s currently the #1 US online poker site by traffic.
  • Poker Stars – New Jersey and Pennsylvania
  • Party Poker – New Jersey only
  • Pala Poker – New Jersey only
Many of the providers dont have a license for the US, but still accept US players. Playing on this sites is on your own risk. We rated them for you.

 updated: 04.12.2020
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