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Saturday's Ring Game

From: Jake H.
Sent on: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 4:53 PM

Hey Rounders!

We’re making Saturdays Ring Game a potluck. So bring a dish to share. I’ll also fire up the bonfire so you can take a break from the tables, hang by the fire, and bitch about that last bad beat you just took or brag about that big pot you just took down with your 7-2 off-suit.

This is a No-Limit Texas Hold-em Ring Game (also known as a Cash Game) so players buy-in and cash-out whenever they wish. The chips used at the table represent real money. A game played with a no-limit betting structure allows each player to raise the bet by any amount up to and including his/her entire remaining stake at any time. Blinds remain at $.25 and $.50 with the minimum buy-in being $10 and the maximum buy-in at $40. You can rebuy anytime as long as you are not involved in a hand and your stack is at or below the minimum buy-in.

Remember, this is more about the fun, friendship, and entertainment than anything else, please don't take it too seriously.

See you at the tables!

Jake

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