Club Fortune is located just southeast of downtown Henderson and is owned by Nevada Gold. The casino specializes in the locals market and caters to nearby players by offering great comps and reasonable table games. This includes $1 craps and $3 blackjack. There is also a five-table poker room that spreads micro-limit games, which is the only poker room south of Sam’s Town in the Boulder Highway area.
Club Fortune is little more than a locals grind joint; its only entertainment is an occasional lounge act. There is only one restaurant and it is a typical casino café that opens at 6 AM daily. Club Fortune does not have a hotel.
Gaming at Club Fortune
The gaming at Club Fortune is typical of a locals’ casino; above average. The best video poker here is 10/6 Double Double Bonus which returns 100.07% with perfect play and five coins wagered. It is spread in nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar and dollar denominations. Not-so-ugly-deuces is available in nickel, dime and quarter. It offers a return of 99.73% with perfect play and five coins bet. Players will find 9/6 Jacks or Better in quarter, half-dollar and dollar with returns of 99.54%.
These machines also have 12/8 Loose Deuces (99.2%), 8/5 Bonus Poker (99.17%) and 9/7/5 Double Bonus (99.11%). The games are found on Game Kings with a sign that reads “up to 100%.” Players earn one point for every $3 wagered on these games. The standard rate at Club Fortune is one point for every $2 wagered.
Most of the video poker machines at Club Fortune are single-line Game Kings. There are a few multi-hand games and players will also find Multi Strike, Wheel Poker and Wheel Poker Deluxe.
There are 7 table games at Club Fortune. Craps is offered with a $1 minimum bet and 3-4-5 times odds. The Field bet pays triple. Pai Gow Poker is spread with $5 to $100 limits. Three Card Poker is $5 to $50.
There are three blackjack tables. Each has limits of $3 to $100. One table uses a six-deck shoe, while the other two are double deck games. Players may double down before and after splitting at both games.
There is a William Hill sports betting kiosk at Club Fortune. Players may load a mobile account or place wagers directly on the machine. Tickets are cashed at the casino cage.
The Club Fortune players club pays 1 point for every $2 wagered. Games that return over 99% tend to pay 1 point for every $3 wagered. Players may convert 500 points into $1 of free play or food comps.
Club Fortune Poker Room
Club Fortune has a poker room in the rear of the casino with five tables. It opens daily at noon and closes when the last game breaks. The main game here is $0.50/$1 No Limit Texas Hold’em. Buy-in ranges are $20 to $200 making Club Fortune one of the last casinos in the Las Vegas area that spreads this low limit game. There is also a regular $1 to $6 Texas Hold’em game with spread limits. There is one b of $1 blind in this game.
There are three No Limit Hold’em tournaments each week at the Club Fortune poker room. The Monday tournament starts at 7pm has a $45 buy-in. This game has $10 bounties with a $50 one on the poker room manager. The tournament on Wednesdays has a $65 buy-in. It starts at 7pm. This is a deep stack event. The buy-in is $40 on Saturdays at 2pm.
The rake at Club Fortune is 10% up to $3 with a jackpot drop. There are daily promotions, including high hands, bad beats and hourly multipliers. Active players are invited to a bi-weekly $1,000 freeroll.
Dining & Restaurants
The Club Café is the only dining option at Club Fortune. It opens at 6 AM daily and closes at 6 PM on weeknights and midnight on weekends. Club Café does not permit to-go orders. All meals must be consumed on the premises.
The typical breakfast menu features a $1.99 weekday special with two eggs, hash browns and either bacon or sausage. On weekends, the special is a $2.99 ham and eggs deal. These breakfast specials end at 11 AM.
The lunch menu consists of sandwiches, burgers, salads, soups and appetizers. The dinner menu adds several entrees like pasta, steak, seafood and chicken.
The Club Café has a daily special that starts at 2 PM. Each day offers something different:
Sundays: All you can eat spaghetti for $2.99
Mondays: Meatloaf for $5.99
Tuesdays: Broiled pork chops for $8.95
Wednesdays: Chicken rice bowl for $7.99
Thursdays: Pot roast for $9.99
Fridays: 16-ounce porterhouse steak for $13.99
Saturdays: Beef short ribs braised in red wine for $13.99