|Poker Guy: 'The Dragon' doesn't give in to curiosity|
IT HAS been said of many poker players that they might go to bed broke, but they won't go to bed curious. They just have to call that last bet. They just have to see an opponent's hand. They just lack discipline in situations where they should have a good idea that they have the second-best hand.
Poker stars join to take aim at the House rules
WASHINGTON - In a somber Rayburn House Office Building hearing room yesterday, one floor above where Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice was testifying about Iran, the discussion was of another threat:
Poker run benefit planned for Bob Wulf on Sunday
Johnny’s in Denison is hosting a Poker Run benefit on Sunday, September 26.
RedKings Poker offering GSOP live package
(PRESS RELEASE) -- RedKings Poker is offering a free $3000 GSOP Live package to Riga, Malta or Budapest if you win one of the main GSOP V online events starting this week at the popular online poker room.
Poker run benefits local USO centers
About 67 riders from Crestview’s Amvets Post No. 35 showed up for a Sept. 18 poker run to benefit the USO of Northwest Florida. This is the second year for the poker run that will likely become an annual event. Last year, Post 35 raised $1,700 from...
Poker tournament to raise funds for YCS
"All-In for the Kids," a poker tournament for players of all levels, takes place this Saturday night, Sept. 25. The charity tournament will benefit children in the care of Youth Consultation Services. Proceeds will support YCS's Birthday Club, which gives children gift cards on their birthdays.
Video poker boosting Harahan's revenue
The budget picture in Harahan is not all gloom and doom. The Times-Picayune archive A handful of revenue streams has surged past the conservative estimates of city officials, especially video poker receipts, which are up 84 percent so far this...
39 participate in poker run
The second annual Harrison County Humane Society poker run/rescue ride was held Sept. 11. The event began at Papa Joe’s in Missouri Valley where 39 signed up to ride. Out of that number, 35 hands of poker were played.
Poker Run to benefit Sweet Springs food pantry
To register for the Poker Run and for more information, call Melvin Tabor at 335-4136. Residents who are out to lend a hand will be hoping for a good hand themselves.
On poker: Winning poker requires the discipline to fold
You do have to fold certain hands if you believe you're beaten.