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2017 Poker Games
Every Other MONDAY
Starts at 1:00 pm and runs until 4:00 pm
First Game Monday, January 23, 2017

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Any Questions please contact Sam Strite:

Cell:  965-5122


Starting Monday, January 23, 2017,  the game payout will remain the same as we've done it in the past--at 4pm, the person with the most money will be the winner and will receive 60% of the buy-in money, with 40% going to the second place finisher.  The change that was agreed to is that starting Monday, everyone will count their money at 4pm and it will be recorded for the TOC ranking.  In the past the only money that counted toward the TOC was the money a player won in Monday's games, meaning that if you finished third, you got no credit.  Now, all money at 4pm will be counted and be entered into your TOC money standings.

Other rule changes that will continue are:  the first dealer will be determined by dealing out cards until the first face card is dealt and that person will be the first dealer.

​For all future games, the dealer will ante $3 to start the game and all players must put in $2 or more to play prior to the flop.


Texas Hold 'em  Game Rules

$5 Buy In Gets You $200 Worth of Chips

The first dealer will be the person ​who was dealt the first face card.​

The person to the right of the dealer has the option of cutting the cards prior to the deal.   ​The dealer will ante $3 to start the game.​

Two cards will be dealt, face down, to each participant.  Once all players have two cards, ​the person to left of the dealer must put in $2 (or more) in order to play and this continues until the betting gets back to the dealer who does not have to put in again, unless there has been a raise.​

At any time, an individual may raise by putting in more than the required number of chips.  Once the betting is over, the dealer will bury one card and then deal three cards face up in the center of the table.  Betting will then commence with the person to the left of the dealer starting the betting. 

After the betting is over, the dealer will bury a card and then turn one card face up in the center of the table and betting will commence in the same fashion as before.  When the betting is over, the dealer will bury the top card and turn one card over, face up, in the center of the table.  This is the last card that will be dealt.  After all bets have been made, the last bettor will show his/her hand first followed in clockwise order. 

The winning hand will be the best poker hand made from the 2 cards held by the player plus the 5 exposed cards.  Regardless of how the player calls his hand, the cards will  "speak for themselves" to determine the winning hand.  The deal then passes to the person left of the dealer.

There is no maximum bet and a player can go "all in" at any time.  Side pots will be created if there are more than two players and the two players who called the  "all in" hand can make separate wagers in the side pot.  The original "all in" hand does not share in the side pot.  Buy-ins can be made till 3:00pm , if the player has $50 or less in chips.​



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