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Ready to have a great time full of fun and excitement?

Looking for the perfect way to spend Labor Day and the rest of the month of September?

Have you looked at our September calendar and promotions?

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So…do you find yourself playing online games, or just watching TV for entertainment? When was the last time you actually planned a date? Has it been a while?

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#8: Poker Odds – Your Chance to Win Big!

Posted by Emily On October 26th

Poker Odds

This is the eighth installment of How To Play Three Card Poker – Everything You Need to Know which can be downloaded for free by clicking either eBook icon below.

The odds of your Poker game depend on the type you are playing. Since we offer three card poker at The Big “M”, we’re going to focus on those odds today.
So, before you dive into the Poker odds, you may want to refresh yourself with the rules, and re-read Tip 2: The Basics of 3 Card Poker.

Now that you’re comfortable with the…

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#7: Poker Tournaments

Posted by Emily On October 12th

Poker Tournaments

This is the seventh installment of How To Play Three Card Poker – Everything You Need to Know which can be downloaded for free by clicking either eBook icon below.

Once you’ve become a card shark, you may want to consider entering a Poker tournament. A Poker tournaments, as the name suggests, are tournaments in which players compete for a prize by playing Poker. It can consist of as little as 2 people playing on a single table (called “Heads up” tournament), to tens of thousands of people playing on thousands of tables.

The winner of a Poker tournament is the person who has won every poker chip in the game. The other players are given awards based on their order of elimination. In a tournament, the players chips cannot be cashed out for money, they only determine the player’s placing.

Here’s how it works:

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Poker Etiquette

This is the sixth installment of How To Play Three Card Poker – Everything You Need to Know which can be downloaded for free by clicking either eBook icon below.

You may be new to Poker, but no one else has to know that. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you can sit at the table with all the confidence of the card sharks. However, as with most casino games, there are some basic, unspoken rules called poker etiquette, that you should abide by. Most of these rules are concerned with the fairness of the game, player safety, and just maintaining a friendly atmosphere.

To play poker properly (try saying that 10 times fast!), make sure you know the House Rules. Each casino may have its own set of house rules. It’s best to check them upon arrival so that you can ensure you’re playing by the rules. Some of these may include:

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#5: Mastering Your Three Card Poker Face

Posted by Emily On September 14th

3 Card Poker Face

This is the fifth installment of How To Play Three Card Poker – Everything You Need to Know which can be downloaded for free by clicking either eBook icon below.

The term Poker Face is defined as” A face lacking any interpretable expression, as that of an expert Poker player.” Maintaining your Poker face is one of the most important keys to success in a three card poker game. Not only must you avoid giving anything away to your opponents, but a good Poker player is also a skilled bluffer, and able to mislead opponents into making false assumptions.

Here are tips for maintaining your poker face:

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#3: Poker Chips – Making Your Bet

Posted by Emily On August 17th

Poker Chips

This is the third installment of How To Play Three Card Poker – Everything You Need to Know which can be downloaded for free by clicking either eBook icon below.

Many Poker games involve using poker chips as currency. When you’re asked to ante up, it’s important to know how much you’re putting in. Below are the standard amounts that are assigned to each chip color.

The five most common colors and their values are:

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