The Pharaoh's Club poker chip line came to an end in July 2009 when the
original Paulson version was discontinued. Pharaoh's Club chips are one
of the most successful and widely known lines of fantasy casino chips
ever. In order to keep the Pharaoh's Club chips in reach of
the average home
player we chose to build the new Pharaoh's Club clay chip line.
The new poker chip continues to be produced as true compression molded
clay. Now the Pharaoh's Club will have a unique custom mold and larger
inlays (something we always wanted in the "perfect world").
With everyone being so helpful on my color-up question, I have a follow-up I'd like to ask, to see how others have dealt with head's up play:
At my last home game I tried to introduce the WSOP (ie, tourney formal) approach of head's up play regarding blinds for the final two players. That is, the dealer/button is the small blind and acts first pre-flop and last post-flop. This started all kinds of sh*t, and everyone basically said "f*ck that! it goes dealer, small blind, back to big blind on the dealer."
Playing in Krafty's monthly poker league. 23 people plus a rebuy to start, 5 left with top 4 finishing in the money. Also, points go towards the end of year free roll in December, increasing exponentially the higher you finish. Blinds are 2500/5000/500, and average chip stack is around 58k. Utg+1 is the shorty with about 16k, and is a super passive tight player. I don't have a ton of history with the button, but he seems to be a fairly competent slightly loose mildly aggressive player and has about 40k. SB is a solid TAG with about 35k. BB... [Read More]
We will send one player per $1500 in the league prize pool, to the 2015 WSOP.
The prize package winners will play in a $1000 NLHE WSOP Event of their choice. You can read all of the details and rules here.
Current league standings will be posted here.
When: October 20, 2014
Time: 9:00pm est
Tourney Buy In: PLAY MONEY $13.50
Just checking our general population seeking out musician members.
I started on the accordion at 7 years old, them went to clarinet from 4th grade through high school.
When I was 18 I played in the USAF Band of Mid America. It was one of the most memorable periods of my lifetime. I played clarinet and tenor sax along with some flute, bass guitar and keyboard. Now I just play tenor and alto sax in addition to singing classic rock to modern rock songs with an old guys but not all old music band. I also serve as song... [Read More]
a year out from the breaking bad finale, i can say that it still sits in my top 5 shows of all time, but it has fallen out of the number one spot that it held temporarily and the wire has been properly restored.
i started a rewatch (fifth or sixth at least) last night and every time i go back through the series, i'm shocked at how well it holds up. i mean, the first four seasons aren't even in 16:9 (though there have been rumors HBO will be messing with the aspect ratio during the remaster which is inadvisable imo) and it began in... [Read More]