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Women's Poker Leage

By: AADooper @ 08:49 (EST) / 195 / Comment ( 0 )
I've enjoyed playing in the women's league this past month.  Fun tourneys, nice company.

But now the tourneys are being cancelled and the staff has put out no explanation.  A hint only.

I do understand it was under Promotions, so the promotion might be over.   There was no celebration of the winners, and I'm praying that they were, in fact, ladies.  Was there a mess up, folks?

I loved the idea of a regular ladies game, though, and it was an enjoyable tourney to play.   It was chatty and fun.  And there were some excellent players and playing.    So I would really like it if the league continued.  With or without generous prizes.  And maybe at a slightly lower buy-in so more ladies would participate.

And it'd be great to know what's going on.
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