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Rye says that's something many charities have done for fund-raising. They've even made some arrests. Recently, there was a big game on, just not on television. Texas views poker as a game of chance, and I really don't think so. Moore says the players are competing for a trip to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas and a chance to win some money. If Skaggs had asked Dale Rye, the assistant county attorney in Williamson County, just north of Austin, he would have gotten this answer.
There are different opinions over whether the game is actually legal in the state. It's a game that's rapidly becoming one of the most popular in the country. The Texas Hold 'Em style of poker is all over the air waves, the Internet and the nation's bars, so you'd think that the explosion in Texas Hold 'Em's popularity would be good for Texas.
But as Larry Schooler of member station KUT reports from Austin, there are legal obstacles to cashing in on the craze. The size of the crowd at Ringers Sports Bar in downtown Austin usually depends on whether there's a big game on. Recently, there was a big game on, just not on television. All right, poker players. Welcome to the Fantasy Poker League, brought to you by Matt Moore greets over players at a Fantasy Poker League tournament. At first blush, the game at Ringers might seem high-stakes.
The tables are piled high with chips, but there's actually no money on the line at all. There's not even an entry fee. Moore says the players are competing for a trip to the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas and a chance to win some money. All we do is give you a chance at the world's biggest prize. It's just a seat. That's all it is. Why not play poker for money? Well, there's some confusion around the state about whether or not it's legal.
Police have been breaking up poker tournaments. They've even made some arrests. While the tournament was in full swing, police officers and sheriff's deputies raided the club. Here they come like gangbusters, like it was a big, big thing, like we were criminals of some kind. Skaggs says he checked with authorities to find out whether the tournament was legal, but never got a clear answer.
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They've both been chosen to deal at the World Series of Poker Main Event final table the last few years and have been able to witness first-hand some exciting moments. Unfortunately they've also watched both experienced and inexperienced players make the kind of gaffes at the table that can make everyone cringe. And then I can tell when a player is intentionally doing something or not. Inexperienced players make mistakes sometimes and when I correct them they are always apologetic and really try hard not to do it again.
And I always try to stop things early before they get out of control. You can never lose control of your table. Remember, the dealer has spent just as much time or probably a lot more time at the poker table than you. Push their limits and it could cost you. Splashing the pot Phillips says that this can happen accidentally, but if the same player does it more than couple times she knows he or she is doing it on purpose. But you can tell when a player is doing it on purpose and it's just a very rude thing to do.
Eating at the table Harris, a year-old native of Harlem who moved to Las Vegas to become a dealer in , knows what it's like to be stuck at a poker table for hours upon hours. He realizes that people need to eat. But if you do decide to snack or have your lunch at the table, choose your food wisely and have a napkin. Then you gotta remember that the chips and cards aren't very clean to begin with. So it's probably not a good idea to eat finger foods because of all the germs.
If you have to eat, try and eat something that you down with a fork. Making string bets Phillips explains that there are times when it's OK to go back to your chip pile more than once, especially if you verbally announce your bet before making a move. But for the most part it's probably a good idea to push your chips onto the table all at once just to be on the safe side.
Grabbing the chips after winning a pot "This is a major no-no," Harris says with a laugh. It's understandable, but it's something you shouldn't do. Showing your cards Phillips says that it's in the Tournament Director Association rules that you can't show your cards when the action is still live at the table.