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Live Games in Oxfordshire - Thu Jan 02, 2014, 11:38 AM
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Does anyone know of any cheap live game in the Oxfordshire area? The closer to Oxford the better.

I've had a run the past year at one of the casinos in Reading, but playing NL200 doesn't really suite me as I just don't have the cash to spend, that was a one time exception where I just showed up short stacked for the sake of having a live game.

I wouldn't mind any cash game up to NL25/NL50 or some tournament with a buy in up to 25/30£.
 
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Thu Jan 02, 2014, 11:48 AM
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Does anyone know of any cheap live game in the Oxfordshire area? The closer to Oxford the better.

I've had a run the past year at one of the casinos in Reading, but playing NL200 doesn't really suite me as I just don't have the cash to spend, that was a one time exception where I just showed up short stacked for the sake of having a live game.

I wouldn't mind any cash game up to NL25/NL50 or some tournament with a buy in up to 25/30£.

Well it seems someone is trying to start an oxford poker 'meetup' group for homegames and pub games, it was created last week of November so is recent. Maybe worth messaging them and see what you can get going. Gl
 
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Sat Jan 04, 2014, 07:42 AM
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Thanks Danutz, found the group, looks a bit dead with only 2 people in there, let's see now that we're 3...
 
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Sat Jan 04, 2014, 07:52 AM
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Well everything has to start from somewhere

The Bristol and SW poker meet up group started from nothing and now they have over 500 members and many games each month.

Good Luck and have fun.
 

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