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Thursday, September 27, 2007

New Blog

Hey guys, the new Cardrunners site allows for blog hosting so I'm gonna host my blog on there now. Non members can also read all the blogs.

Here's the link to mine:-

Take it easy and gl at the tables,



  • Roofer here (BurnleyMicks Brother) Just wondering if you could pop by my blog have a read and maybe link me up if you like what you see. Cheers

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    You can use the WPT Season Pass to enter any World Poker Tour events you want (ten 10K events, a mix of 5K, 15K, etc)

    The first free satellite is being held on Full Tilt Poker Sunday, February 10th, 2008 at 14:00 (2pm EST)

    Right now there's only 34 players signed up, the top 4 advance to a single-table semi-final in February. The fields aren't going to get any smaller as word of this promotion spreads. So if you want in, you'll want to play some of the earlier events to have less competition.

    Hope the tables & life are treating you well, and I hope you’ll take a shot at winning this prize!

    Also, feel free to contact me via email from my site, perhaps we can work out a way for you to put our banner up on your blog. Would love the opportunity to work with you!


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    - Blinds (being blind)
    - Hole cards (hole cards)
    - Bet Round 1 (pre-flop)
    - Distribution of the flop, 3 cards
    - Bet 2nd Round (Flop)
    - Distribution of the Turn Card, one card (the Turn)
    - Bet 3rd round (Turn, Turn the)
    - Distribution of the River card, 1 card (or the River Fith Street)
    - Bet Round 4 (River Map, River or the Fith Street)
    - To show his cards, the unveiling (Showdown)
    Blinds (being blind):

    The two players directly to the left of the dealer button (not the virtual dealer but the dealer) must "pre-shield", that is to say a bet before getting cards.
    The player to the immediate left of the dealer (dealer) must make the "small blind" (usually a setting equal to half of the minimum stake)
    The player to the left of the "small blind" puts the "big blind" (big blind) equal to the amount of the minimum stake
    Hole cards (hole cards):

    Each player receives two cards face down. These cards are called hole cards.
    Bet 1st round (pre-flop)

    The paris begins with the player to the left of the "big blind" and follow the direction of clockwise around the table.
    Each player may "fold" (fold), 'word' (check), "follow" (call) or "raise" (raise).
    Flop of the cards:

    The dealer deals three cards face up in the center of the table. These three cards are called the flop.
    These are "community" cards (community cards), they can be used by all players to increase the value of their hands.
    Bet Round 2:

    The second bet. It is exactly the same as the first.
    Turning the card (the Turn):

    After the second betting round, a fourth "community" card is dealt face up in the center of the table. It is called Turn Card (or the Turn fourth Street)
    It is followed by a third round of paris:
    Bet Round 3:

    This round of betting takes place in exactly the same manner as the first and second.
    River card (the River or Fith Street)

    A fifth and final community card is served and it is followed by a fourth and final round of paris:
    Bet free 100 dollars round:

    The fourth round of betting takes place just as previous.
    Show his cards, the unveiling (Showdown)

    After the last round of paris, each player has a hand of 5 cards combined between open and closed cards.
    The player with the best 5 card hand wins the pot.
    In the rare case where the best hand is made only by the community cards, the pot is divided between all the players involved in the beating.
    If you see that you have lost your hand and you do not want to show your cards to the other players, you can throw your cards without showing them.
    You can also show your hand to compare to others.

    When the pot taken by the winner, the dealer button goes to the player to his left, the small blind and can give a new start.

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