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Help us!!!..... please? - Sat Jun 09, 2012, 12:04 PM
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If improving your game or just looking for people who are like minded and actively trying to achieve the same is your goal, then this is the place to be.

I read a post in here that asked "are you learning from someone who has made a career from playing poker" and I am proud to say that we have several that do. Time is money to these players so one has to be patient to learn from them. The opportunities are few and far between but are well worth the wait.

From the outside this club appears to be a social club and mostly this is correct but it is these few gems of a moment that makes this a great place and I have made a lot of good friends here as well.

Also this club is more of gathering area that leads to other places with more players, more opinions and more knowledge. It is at these places that some of the best stuff happens so it is important to be willing to venture outward with us to take advantage of everything we do.

Lastly, I have been at odds with the way this forum is being handled and instead of arguing or fighting I have just come to the conclusion that I can not contribute here in a fashion that is acceptable and this will be my last post in the forum.

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Good luck on the felts and remember to enjoy the game and not let the game enjoy you.


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Sat Jun 09, 2012, 06:46 PM
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Since: Dec 2010
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Hey Joker,
I would like to play more, but most of the time the tourneys dont suit my time zone.
Also right now I would have time to play a little on the cash table, but all your active members are sitting out? I called in once when I noticed 1 of them not sitting out, we played 1 hand then they were sitting out as well? Or are you more interested in a chat club than playing?
Chuckkky
 
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Sun Jun 10, 2012, 01:24 AM
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Hey chucky,
Yeah it depends on who is there. Some are for chat only but that is usually because they are playing at another site. Some play for cash while others only play for play money.

So it depends on who, when, and what's going on. But there is almost always something happening there whether it is chatting, railing, playing at the ring table, playing a tourney (whether in the club or from the stars lobby)

After a while you get a feel for who likes to do what but most of all we become friends and share poker, life, and laughter together so take it for however much you want.

 
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Its Home! - Sat Jul 07, 2012, 02:07 AM
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Since: Jun 2010
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My Bro, Joker. I have to say I only come in from time to time. The folks there are great. Your great,ugly but great. The Joker wild is home for alot of old school PSO players whom can not play on Stars. I hope this club never goes away. Love the club and the friends there. Thank you for keeping it alive.
Love Ya bro.
Julius
aka Buda505
 
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Sat Jul 07, 2012, 09:56 AM
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Hey Buda,
It's always a pleasure when you come to visit us and the club won't be die anytime soon.

Between the home club and Facebook we have been sharing and learning off each other.

Need to catch up with you soon for the latest great thing we have going.

It'd be cool to actually hear each other for once not to mention the other things that can be done now.

Take care and good luck to you on the felts.

 

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