Get ready for the next big poker tournament at Potawatomi Bingo Casino! The $100,000 Autumn Feast No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em Tournament is happening in the Poker Room on Sunday, November 13.
MILWAUKEE – The seventh-annual Hunting Moon (Gi Wse Gises) Pow Wow, sponsored by the Forest County Potawatomi Community, was held at Potawatomi Bingo Casino Oct. 21 – Oct. 23.
Almost 600 dancers and nearly 20 drum groups from throughout North America competed for prize money. Winners shared in more than $90,000 in prize money and include:
MILWAUKEE – Wine aficionados typically wait years to get their hands on a bottle of Pinot Noir or Zinfandel from cult wineries Failla and Turley Wine Cellars. Guests of Dream Dance Steak’s upcoming Failla-Turley Wine Dinner will skip the lengthy wait and enjoy an evening of exquisite wines and an exceptional seven-course dinner prepared by Chef Matt Baier.
The Failla-Turley Wine Dinner, hosted by Matt Naumann, assistant wine maker of Failla Winery; and Christina Turley, national sales manager of Turley Wine Cellars and the daughter of founder Larry Turley; will be held Monday, Nov. 7.
On July 31, the Poker Room hosted at $100,000 No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em Tournament with a $20,000 Add-on included. This was the largest amount of money Potawatomi Bingo Casino has ever given away in a tournament and the biggest add-on!
Hundreds of players showed their poker face and put their skills to the test, but only one person has the bragging rights of being the champion. Michael won top prize of $30,650 and beat out all of his competitors. Congratulations!
A Visit with Vince
As if the thrill of playing in a poker tournament weren't enough, guests participating in the tournament were also able to mix and mingle with Vince Van Patten, Potawatomi Bingo Casino's spokesperson. Van Patten is also the host and commentator of the World Poker Tour. Guests had the chance to play a hand of poker with Van Patten and maybe even got a few helpful poker tips from him.
Interested in participating in the next poker tournament? The $100,000 Autumn Feast No-Limit Texas Hold 'Em Tournament is taking place on Sunday, November 13. Space is limited—register now!
Head to Potawatomi Bingo this weekend, October 21–23, for the seventh annual Hunting Moon Pow Wow. From the intricate and graceful movements of the dancers to the powerful sounds of the drumming, the Hunting Moon Pow Wow is a true treat for the senses.
This rich cultural event will feature dancing and drumming contests, as well as craft vendors and authentic Native American food. This is a competition pow wow, which means that participants have the chance to win cash prizes as we give away over $90,000! Doors open at 3 p.m. on Friday and at 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Grand Entries will be held daily.
All ages are welcome to attend this exciting event. Plus, parking and admission are free—so bring the whole family! Please enter on the fourth floor of the parking structure and come through the skywalk. The event will be held off the skywalk, to the right, in our Expo Center.
Introducing the Dark Knight™ video slot machines...
Potawatomi Bingo Casino is excited to be the first Casino in Wisconsin to have this thrilling new game. The machines are in the Four Seasons side of the Casino near the Cage—just look for the large screen, which is over 100 inches!
You can choose to be good and play as Batman—or be evil and select the Joker. The game offers up an exciting community bonus, which is a high-speed car chase between Batman and the Joker. All players—and spectators—can watch as this plays out on the big screen.
The game also features two bonuses, Agents of Chaos and Sonar Vision, which include scenes from the popular movie. Plus, the Sleight of Hand bonus, allows you to swipe your hand across the screen, which flips over the Joker's cards and reveals surprises! View the video below for all the exciting action.
If you have never experienced one of Dream Dance Steak's sommelier showdowns, now is your chance. These events offer exciting, interactive dining at it's finest. At our next showdown, diners will delight in four courses—like a crab cake with frisée lettuce, pickled red onion and lavosh, and bacon-wrapped ostrich with cranberry lime chutney, a sweet potato tart and Brussels sprouts.
Each course will be served with two wines, one chosen by each sommelier. And, here's the interactive part—you vote on whose wines you prefer for each course. You'll receive a ballot to mark which wine, either A or B (it's anonymous, of course!), is best.
At this special event, we have two outstanding sommeliers—Jaclyn Stuart and Brendan Moore. Both sommeliers are very accomplished in the field—Stuart co-authored The Complete Idiots Guide to Wine & Food Pairing and Moore is both a second-level sommelier accredited by the Court of Master Sommeliers and a certified sommelier from the Society of Wine Educators—so this is sure to be a fantastic evening.
Arrival is 6 p.m.; dinner begins at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $75 per person.
Reserve your seats today by calling 414-847-7883.
Throughout September, hundreds of guests participated in the $100,000 Cash Giveaway promotion. With the single biggest prize payout so far this year, one lucky guest won the grand prize of $52,000. Congratulations to Steven, our grand prize winner, and the rest of the winners. All the winners listed have accepted their prizes.
MILWAUKEE – Potawatomi Bingo Casino is showing its support of Milwaukee’s Central Division champs by lighting its massive welcome wall in the team’s signature blue and gold.
A visual showpiece of the Casino, the welcome wall stands an impressive 70 feet tall and 130 feet wide, featuring more than 600 colorful LED lights rotating in a spectacular light show. The vibrant wall is located on the south end of the Casino, facing the parking structure.
Lit with bursts of blue and gold since Friday, Sept. 30, the wall has drawn a lot of excitement from baseball fans as they enter the Casino from the skywalk.
A Taste of Asia
Take a culinary trip without leaving the country. Starting this month, and continuing through September 2012, RuYi will feature a special menu item—that's inspired by a different Asian country—each month.
When you purchase the special dish, you'll receive a stamp for that country in your RuYi passport. The more stamps you receive, the better. Not only will you get to try an array of cuisines, you'll be able to use those stamps to receive a special treat, like a three-course meal, or appetizer of your choice, at the of the end promotion.
MILWAUKEE – Dream Dance Steak’s next Sommelier Showdown’s set for Tuesday, Oct. 18. Certified Sommeliers Jaclyn Stuart, owner of consulting company WineVentures; and Brendan Moore, founder of Rootstock Wine Company; will pair a specially selected wine with four, of the five courses during this exquisite meal, prepared by chef Matt Baier.
There are only four Mondays left in October—make plans to be at the Casino at 6, 7, 8 and 9 p.m. for your chance to be one of the 191 lucky guests to win. Prizes include $400 in FKC Reward Play, $500 cash or the grand prize—$5,000 cash!
At 9 p.m. Grand Finale drawing on October 31, one guest will win $5,000 cash.
Here are a couple reminders of how the promotion works:
- Receive one free entry per promotional period by playing slots or table games with your Fire Keeper’s Club® card.
- Receive additional entries for every 250 points earned on your Club card by playing slots or table games.
- If you are not already a Fire Keeper’s Club member, head to any Club booth to become a member. It’s easy—and free.
A Thriller Night
Something spooky was lurking around the Casino last night. Did you see the creatures creeping up behind you? It was a Thriller Night as the dead started to walk in their masquerade, meandering through the gambling floor and making their way to the Grand Lobby. View the video to see beasts about to strike.