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Friday, 2 April 2010

Poker experiences – learn how the pros play


Everyone knows that Vegas is the gambling capital of the world but when you see the pros on television or the silver screen they all make it look so easy, as though they were born knowing the rules and being able to calculate the odds of winning in a split second. With well practiced poker faces and the ability to spot another players ‘tells’ the immortal words of Kenny Rogers ‘you gotta know when to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em’ can seem like a mystery to anyone who’s new to the game.

All this is why we have put together our immensely informative poker experiences, where you can spend time with other enthusiastic amateurs learning the basic rules of the game, finding out the secrets to betting, raising and of course when to fold and cut your losses. You’ll find out about the different forms of poker playing and get an insight into how to make sure you don’t make a fool of yourself should you decide to test out your skills by impressing your friends.

There’s no need to worry about losing your shirt – there’s no real money involved in our poker experiences to enable you to enjoy playing, learning and testing your nerve without having to consider getting a second job if the cards don’t go your way. It’s all just for fun and you can ask questions and find out everything you ever wanted to know about poker without being intimidated by going up against hardened gamblers.

So if you know someone with an interest in cards then a poker playing experience is a great gift idea to give them some insight into the game. Or if you are planning a trip to Vegas, Atlantic City, or even a UK casino with your partner or a friend, a poker experience for two could be the perfect present to brush up your skills before hitting the tables. Perhaps you want to start a fun poker game as a way to add a little friendly competition to social gatherings, in which case you’ll need someone who knows the ropes and a poker experience could be the perfect way to get your skills in order.

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