Monthly Archives: September 2004

$1000 Limit Hold’em Tourament

A Riveting Hold’em Tournament The Limit Hold’em event was the most exciting final table yet. Who would have thought that LHE could be so action packed! Had the cameras been rolling, TV ratings would be through the roof. When the … Continue reading

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$1000 Seven Card Stud Tournament

Who Plays Stud Anyway? The second day of the tournament festival featured a Seven Card Stud event. The buy-in was $1000. Player after player came to the tournament area, only to see the competition and run for greener pastures. Who … Continue reading

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$1000 NLHE Tournament

The NLHE inaugural event got off to a fantastic start with 62 participants. Although this was a premier series, the event still attracted some top poker stars, including TJ Cloutier, Stan Schrier, Chad Layne and the “Quiet Lion,” Richard Brodie. … Continue reading

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Brits are Such STUDS!

Glenn and I went to Vegas on Wednesday evening. I wanted to play in a Stud satellite at the Four Queens when I was fresh, instead of attempting one right off the bat, early Thursday morning. It took forever to … Continue reading

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Steamrollin’ Stud 8

For my first Stud event of the month, I headed up to the Four Queens in Vegas to participate in the Four Queens Classic Stud 8 event. I signed up for the first satellite of the day. I started off … Continue reading

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