The End of Summer But the Heat is Still Here…

As the rise in temperature continues and clear sunny weather showcases the blue sky, these indicators clearly demonstrate that summertime is here and here to stay.  Earlier sunrises and later sunsets signify more daylight to enjoy this beautiful weather.  The summertime heat has brought tremendous spirit, energy, and action to Napa Valley Casino.  The summer season has continued to feed the excitement of the casino’s weekly Pot-Limit Omaha game; No-limit BIG Game, weekly tournaments, and everyday action of the live game.   This continued excitement prompted Napa Valley Casino to give back to its poker players through an exciting Cruise Giveaway, hosting a Labor Day Midnight Memorial Tournament, while not forgetting about our troops in an effort to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
Napa Valley Casino is pledging to raise $10,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project.  The Wounded Warrior Project is a non-profit organization that helps wound soldiers returning to America.  Their mission is to “honor and empower wounded warriors.”  Napa Valley Casino coin card protectors are now on sale for $10 and 100% of the proceeds will go to the Wounded Warrior Project and reaching that $10,000 goal.  Please visit for full details or email to help.

Every Wednesday, starting Wednesday August 1, 2012 through Wednesday December 5, 2012 from 9:00pm – 9:00am live cash game players are eligible and will earn hours into their chance of winning a 7-day cruise to the Caribbean and a free entry into a $100,000 Prize Pool poker tournament aboard the cruise.  Every Wednesday from 9:00pm – 9:00am players accumulate hours during live game play for their chance of earning a seat into a freeroll tournament, where the winner takes home the cruise and tournament entry.  The Top 50 players after the four month accumulating hours has passed will play in a Winner Take All freeroll tournament to decide who will win the cruise and the $100,000 Prize Pool tournament entry.  Please visit for full details or call casino floor.