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On Wednesday, November 22nd, we will host a 40 player tournament at Rockabilly Grill to determine the winner of our promotional Talking Stick Buy-in seat. This tournament is free to play for our top 40 point leaders. Double points each Wednesday.
In poker, consistency matters because the long term matters. You are either playing a certain situation profitably over the long term or you aren’t.
New poker players are supposed to play “bad” and unprofitable poker. And as a seasoned poker player, you are supposed to have developed the tools necessary to exploit their mistakes over the long term. They are doing their job by playing unprofitably, so why aren’t you doing yours? Is it possible that you don’t know how to truly exploit players’ mistakes?
Register today for your chance to play in our Heads-Up tournament on 7pm Friday, May 26th, 2017 at Throwbacks Sports Bar & Grill. FREE TO PLAY. TOUGH TO WIN.
Below is an Updated List of all the registered players for our Friday, May 26th, 2017 Heads-Up Poker Challenge at 7pm at Throwbacks. The FIRST 64 Players to show up and sign in on the date of the event will be given seats. Registration begins at 6pm.
On the same night as our heads-up tournament, we will host a giant Free poker tournament, giving away a 3-D Virtual Reality Headset to the winner. All Heads-Up players are allowed to participate. As your match is announced, your chips are taken out of circulation during your heads-up match. This gives everyone an equal chance to play both tournaments profitably. Sign up today.
When it comes to “position” in poker (being the last person to act, or being last to close a particular betting sequence), the information collected also include past hands, playing styles, aggression, and betting indicators, among others key factors.
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On December 3rd, 2016, at 2:30pm we will be hosting a CharGrill Poker Freeroll Giveaway. Only the Top 50 point leaders are invited. FREE TO PLAY. Optional Bounty option for each player. Join us at Throwbacks Sports Bar & Grill for your chance to win […]
Week 2’s points have been calculated, leading to an interesting battle for the top spot between Gary G. and Marybel Val. Join us next week to see who you can knock off the Top Ten spot for Week 3? Check out our Leaderboard for more […]
The following players have earned bonus chips that will be used on Saturday, July 16th, 2016 at Throwbacks Sports Bar & Grill. The game starts at 3pm. This will be a Freeroll tournament. We will be giving away $100 CASH. FREE to play. Free […]
This is a story about something amazing that happened at the final table last Thursday night. It was another unbelievable moment in poker that seems to only happen at Delectables on Fourth. It began like any other poker night, with players from all over the city joining […]
Ever wonder which poker venue in Tucson has the best poker players?
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There are some events you go to that are just gathering places for people with common interests to mingle and network. There are other events that transform into a Colosseum of discord, with fierce debate and rising tempers, where competing ideas battle for supremacy like ancient […]
This will be our most controversial article thus far at TucsonPokerNews.com. It’s an essay that will certainly ruffle a lot of poker players’ feathers. Yet, it’s necessary. Buckle up, readers. Part of our Poker Etiquette Series is to confront important issues head on, no matter […]
In an article on gamboool.com, the writer Steve Beauregard described slow-rolling in poker as: “A slow roll is perhaps the ugliest, most egregious breach of poker manners and etiquette possible. It’s a shameful display of unsportsmanlike behavior conducted by only the least likeable, most despicable, […]
The general poker rule of “One player per hand” is a relatively simple rule. You are required to make independent decisions regarding your hand and poker actions at all times. This doesn’t mean that you can’t be helped or assisted with the actual rules of […]