February 28, 2008

Log Poker Table

Log Poker Table

For those that enjoy the rustic look, look no further than Rustic Billiards for your log poker table needs.

As expected, they even have a selection of rustic pool tables if that is more your style.

Here's a little bit from the site about their craftsmanship:


Our craftsmen have extensive antique furniture knowledge, proven construction techniques and exquisite craftsmanship, we take great pride in selling tables with expert accuracy and loving care. Custom woodworking using a variety of proven old-fashioned construction techniques in order to create that perfect pool table, ie. half-blind to sliding dovetails, mortise-and-tendon, and bowlock joints, these unique pieces are built tough and are as reliable as quality antiques from yesteryear were and still are.

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February 22, 2008

Sit 'n Go Strategy by Collin Moshman

Sit n Go Strategy

We aren't really sit n go players, but that doesn't mean we don't get it. The popularity of Sit n Go tourneys is huge, and players everywhere are looking for an edge against the competition. And how can you get that edge? Sit n Go Strategy by Collin Moshman, thats how. This book will help layout the strategies, and more importantly the reasoning behind the strategies that you will want to employ in sit n go tournaments.

Here's what a reader on Amazon had this to say about the book:

Sit `N Go Strategy is one of the best poker manuscripts ever published, and a major contribution to poker, as there has been relatively little literature on SNG tournament strategy. It is a well written, fairly comprehensive guide to playing low and medium buy in, one table tournaments. Sit 'n Go Strategy is logically divided into sections on Low Blind Play, Medium Blind Play, and High Blind Play, as well as a chapter, titled Sit `N Go Career Play which covers some additional concepts.

You'd better get your hands on this bad boy, because if you don't your opponents surely will.

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February 21, 2008

YouTube Poker: A Truly Painful Hand

We came across this example of a truly "ice cold deck hand". Its a train wreck in the making, and its simply awesome to watch it all go down. Its the kind of deal that is so unlikely that you'll probably never see this in real life.

Don't miss it:

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February 20, 2008

1000 Piece All Clay Tournament Poker Chips

All Clay Tournamen Poker Chips

If you're holding a big old tournament, and you need a whole mess of chips, check out this 1000 pc all clay tournament poker chip set from Big Blind Online. These snazzy looking beauties will get you through a rush of players with no sweat!

Here's the snip from the site:


If you are looking for a true casino quality clay poker chip, look no further. The All Clay Tournament Poker Chip is 99.99% pure clay and has the same size and weight (10g) as chips used in high end casinos. This is the highest quality poker chip on the planet, hands down. We are so confident of the quality of these chips, we offer a no questions asked satisfaction guarantee on this product, don't like it? Send it back, on us.

The All Clay Tournament Poker chip features an intricate straight flush design and denominations ranging from $1 to $10,000.

All our 1000Pc chip sets come with a heavy duty aluminum carrying case with dual locks. We have opted to go with the aluminum case because of the added stability it provides since 1000Pc chip sets often reach up to 45lbs! Conversely, a flashier alternative for displaying your chips are acrylic casino style carrying cases, which can be found under "Cases".

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February 14, 2008

ESPN Tournament Director -- Fulfilling Your Tournament Timing Needs

ESPN Tournament Timer

One of the most easily overlooked aspects of a poker tournament is in fact, the timing of the thing. Its very easy to miss the ante increases, and let a home tournament go on for jjust way too long. And unlike a tourney at a casino, your home is likely NOT equipped with all the amenities to keep a large group of people occupied for a long duration.

Enter the ESPN Tournament Director. This beauty will provide all your timing needs, and it can act as a potent reminder of the time ticking down to a big win.

From the Site:

With your new ESPN Tournamnet Director you are now ready to have your very own tournament at home just like the pros on TV. Use these guidelines to help you start your tournament. This organizer creates player starting amounts based on your selected level of play and automatically sets and increases the big and small blinds for each round. Perfect for games of 2-10 players or tournaments of any size. The digital display is bright and large enough to display the stats for an entire room! This timer includes a metal table stand, instruction manual and A/C power adapter.

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February 13, 2008

Vegas Chips, No Really... Chips

Vegas Chips
We came across a pretty silly set of chips today: Vegas Chips. But these aren't the ordinary chips we showcase, no, these are actually potato chips. We know.. its silly, but they would make some good discussion at your next poker gathering. You can buy them and lots of other poker-themed foods online from VegasImage.com.

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February 8, 2008

Chadwick Game Tables

Chadwick Table

If you are in the market for a high quality, exotic looking table, then look no further than Chadwick Tables. They have a wide selection of tables, in various woods, finishes, top cloth styles, and bumper styles. You can surely find one that suits your tastes and needs.

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February 6, 2008

Poker Chip Business Cards

Poker Chip Business Card

Business cards are ubiquitous. And because of that, they are easily forgotten once handed out. If you are seeking a way to truly stand out in a crowded card marketplace, why not try putting your business card on a poker chip! PokerBusinessChip.com will help you through the chip design process, and get you setup with anywhere from 500 to 2500 chips. Sure, paper cards are cheaper, but these will most certainly be memorable.

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