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/Aug/2009

35 to 49 men's tourney?

By: ursharkfuel @ 20:08 (EDT) / 296 / Comment ( 0 )
Since I am not a woman and I am not over 50, does anyone know when the 35 to 49 MENS tourney is scheduled? I would like a special tourney too! How aout a fat man tourney or a west coast tourney too? Heck they are many lines we could draw and use. How bout a "special olympics" poker tourney or a married vs single and the list goes on and on The point is - when do we stop segmenting the players? Now all the haters that qualify for these special events please flood me with hate mail. That will be fine, but at least try to understand my point. How can you increase membership and play when you exclude people like this? I never saw anyone come take Annie Duke's bracelet when she won it because she was a woman playing in an event with mostly men? And God bless her I was right there pulling for her to win it! Almost gone....
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