SIGN up for WSOP main event
$200 deposit will hold your seat.
40 player max first 40 are in.
Starting in August 20th 2015
Do not miss you chance at
Only 2 seats remain available
2015 was a good year, don't miss out next year
2015 WSOP results
Rana - Did not cash
Aric - $15,000
Tim - $40,000
Tim finished 206 out of 6,400 + players
A job well done. Casino 99 and Chico was well represented at the series this year
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New AC unit today should keep us cool this year. Beat the heat cool days at the tables
At Casino 99 you’ll find a fun, non-intimidating environment, a wide variety of games and amenities geared toward your comfort. Formerly Angie’s Poker Club since 1998, Casino 99 re-opened in 2011 at a brand-new, smoke-free location featuring new tables chairs TV's and Music and a spacious interior. But you’ll still find the same great service and player-friendly rules that have over the years made us the best place to play cards. Please continue browsing our website to learn more about our bar and grill, tournaments and tables which feature poker and California games. Contact us if you have any questions or comments. Thanks for visiting Casino 99. We look forward to seeing you soon.
CASINO 99 and WSOP 2016
Be one of the first 40 to pay the first and last $200 deposit. This insure you have a seat. Every month players will earn extra chips by how you finish in each of the monthly events. each point will be worth 300 extra all players will start with 5000 plus the total of your points earned.
5-Dec 17th Only 2 seat's left
Final MAY 19th
Please call the casino for more details
1800-gambler if you have a problem
Conveniently located near Chico State University and our favorite, the world-famous Sierra Nevada Brewery within walking distance.
175 E 20th St Suite 150 Chico CA 95928 US
We all have that favorite place where everyone knows our name. It just feels natural sitting down to have fun. But did you know that place can be be a card room?
Also come and get your 5 star rewards and earn cash and prizes throught the year.........
A little know fact:
The earliest game of Texas Hold'em was played in Robstown Texas in the early 1900's. The game was brought to Las Vegas by a group of Texas gamblers, Including Doyle "Texas Dolly" Brunson, Crandell Addington and Amarillo Slim.