June 25, 2010
300 World Poker Tour WPT 10 Gram All Clay Poker Chips
This set includes 6 bundles of 50 chips each, and includes 1 Dealer Button, 5 Dice, 2 Decks of Cards, 1 Aluminum Case. These are 10g casino grade poker chipos, and the chips are made of all clay material - no metal insert.
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June 18, 2010
50 WSOP 10 Gram All Clay Poker Chips - Perfect for Home Games
If you're looking for chips that feel and sound exactly like a chip from a casino, "You've found it!" NO METAL INSERT! The quality is bar none. Improve your home games with these all clay professional 10 gram casino poker chips.
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June 11, 2010
More Women Getting into Poker Than Ever Before
Oh - and they're hot. Stroll through the World Series of Poker playing area Tuesday night at the Rio revealed a statement about the current climate of the game. Massive pictures of Annette Obrestad, a 21-year old poker superstar from Norway, on the cover of Bluff Magazine lined the hallways. A final table in the Amazon Room featured Jennifer Harman, a 46-year old Las Vegas poker veteran, battling two other players for the $10,000 buy-in seven card stud hi-low world championship.
Well - it's about time, and well - I'm glad. We need people from all walks of life playing poker, and mars needs more women. :-)
Via Las Vegas Sun
June 4, 2010
Poker Players May Use Drugs to Stay Sharp and Win at the Table
Really? I think you can play your best game substance free. If you're that tired and the game is too long - get up and leave. There's really no need to juice yourself up to just play poker even if it's your living.
Researchers from Nova Southeastern University (NSU) in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., found that alongside caffeine, energy drinks and guarana, professional and amateur players all over the world are turning to marijuana, cocaine, amphetamines, Valium and a host of other prescription medications to try to gain some advantage at the table.
"The use of these substances could allow poker players to stay awake longer, as well as focus and concentrate better, which would be a competitive advantage, study author Kevin Clauson, an associate professor at NSU's College of Pharmacy, said in a university news release.
Via US News and World Report