Poker dealer Anna Korolczuk deals out cards for Ken Stratton

Fraser Downs is going all in with new poker room

On Friday (March 2), bet on checking out the new game space, which will include food, beverages, bar and TV screens.

Fraser Downs Casino is opening the doors to a new dedicated poker room starting on Friday (March 2).

Members of the media were given the opportunity on Thursday to have the first official glimpse at the 12-table poker room, which will feature no limit and limit poker games, outstanding food and beverage options, a full service bar and multiple large flat-screen TVs for sports viewing.

“This is a very special moment in Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino history as poker is an exciting game that many players enjoy,” said Ken Stratton, general manager at Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino.

Doors officially open at 10 a.m. on Friday.

Fraser Downs Racetrack and Casino is located at 1775 60 Ave.

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