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Brian's East Side Cash Game

  • Jul 19, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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A small-stakes, laid back mixed cash game featuring variations of holdem, Omaha, stud, draw and others at Brian’s place in Painesville.

$20 min. / $50 max buy-in.

Doors open at 7:30pm and cards fly at 8pm.

Players who are seated on time for the start will receive one orange “must show” chip.

This game is open to new players, but anyone who has not played in Brian’s game will need to contact Brian for the address.

Featured game of the month will be five-card draw. The Indians game will be on TV followed by some more 1970's TV and commercials in glorious low definition. This is a low-stakes, laid-back game. New players are welcome, but will need to contact Brian for the address.

 

 

 

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  • Jon

    I'm considering the meet-up but would like to know what the blinds are going to be.
    Thanks,
    ~Jon

    July 16, 2013

    • Brian the W.

      I posted a graphic with the blinds, hopefully you can see it. Basically .25-.50 for holdem and Omaha. The game is fixed-limit only for the first 2-3 hours. We call it The Ted Rule. This is because a certain regular player, who I won't name, that once arrived at the game and busted out and left in a span of about ten minutes. It was particularly problematic because we only had five players to begin with. So, from then on, it was decided that we would start out playing limit, to basically guarantee that each guy would be able to play for at least an hour or two. If I ever had 12+ players, I might go with two tables (the normal low-stakes limit mixed game and a second table of 1-2 NL holdem and possibly a little Omaha). But, to date, I have never had more than ten players playing at once.

      July 16, 2013

    • Jon

      You can count me in. I'll need the address

      July 17, 2013

  • Brian the W.

    emails sent

    July 14, 2013

  • William O.

    brian:need an address

    July 13, 2013

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