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It’s Seven-Deuce Day


A holy day among poker players….at least….those that frequent the home game at Pablosplace. Team7Deuce is ready to go for the annual tradition of playing on Seven-Deuce Day, otherwise known as July 2nd to the common folk.

Every year, the members of Team7Deuce don their Team-Shirts and play a little poker to commemorate Seven-Deuce Day, and today will mark our 3rd annual event at the Bicycle Casino in Bell Gardens. If you’re interested in joining us, here’s the tournament info:

Game – No Limit Hold’em
Buy-In: $30 + $10 = $40 total, No Add-Ons, No Re-Buys.
Start with $4000 tournament chips.
Number of players averages around 150 to 200
Total Prize Pool: Should be in the range of $4,500 to $6,000
Starts – 2010/07/02 – 12:00 PM (PST), but late entry accepted for the first 45 minutes.
Location:
The Bicycle Casino
7301 Eastern Avenue
Bell Gardens, CA 90201

You can follow me on twitter (@coolwhipflea) for all of the updates from the casino as I’ll be providing as much as I can while playing. I’m not certain exactly how many of our group is going down this year, but I think that we’re in the neighborhood of 10 players today. Wish us all luck, as we take the Bicycle Casino by storm…again! GO TEAM7DEUCE!!!

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  1. July 26, 2010 at 9:54 am

    How did your team do in this tourney?I'd like to join up with you one of these days. Sounds like fun.

  2. July 26, 2010 at 11:33 am

    I should write a post about it, but I haven't had the time.I finished best of our group busting in 13th of the 147 entries. I dominated the tournament until the end stages and go unlucky when a guy called off with KT against my A9 preflop raise, and binked a K. That left me with about 30k. Then I'd get felted when the blinds were gross when I shipped A-3ss and got called by 8c-5c and he flopped a flush. Everyone else played pretty well. Tim went out first, followed by Traci, then Steven, then Andrew. But it was a great time.

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