Not a raging success but informative nonetheless. The Irish Centre Birmingham as a venue was good, food was good, poker robust and the roulette the star. Enough players for a table (6), it was clear the weather and the run up to the Christmas was not conducive.
The big question is how does a roulette banker lose? Second Pop Up Poker will be at The Royal George a new hotel and licensed venue being built by St Andrews football ground, home of Birmingham City.
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The first Pop Up Poker competition takes place at The Irish Centre in Birmingham on 21st of December, 2009 at 8pm. The entry fee is £20 and this includes entry into the Texas Hold Em tournament, free play on the roulette table in which you have 30 spins to win a bottle of champagne, and an excellent Irish buffet to help you keep up your sustenance.
There will be a bounty on the head of any Poker Totty that enter the competition.
To confirm booking please ring 0121 622 2314 or email the editor.
Watch this space for further updates.
Venue for 1st Pop Up Poker
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I was playing poker at O’Gradys when this football incident happen and all hell broke loose. Chips went flying, teeth were gnashing and drinks was a flowing. Football is a new religion and although the commentary is in French I strangely could understand the shock and dismay in the broadcasters voices.
Its been estimated that the handball by Henry will cost the Irish government £100 million! if this is true, you cannot blame the Irish government for getting involved. however, I do feel they are looking for an inside straight flush draw to get a decision of a re-match – which will be astronomical odds and therefore very unlikely.