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It’s no bluff. We’ve got the most exciting Poker Tournaments in Detroit - or anywhere. Want the latest tournament updates? Call our poker room at 313-390-2465

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Tournaments & Promotions

Tournaments

No Limit Texas Hold'em Tournament | Saturday March 28
Registration and Re-entry from 9:30 a.m. until the end of the first break
Buy-in (entry fee included): $160: 12,000 chips
Optional $10 Dealer Appreciation: 8,000 chips
Official Rules

Monday Money | 11:30 a.m. 
$120 NLHE

$100 Buy-In + $10 Entry: 10,000 chips
Optional $10 Dealer Appreciation: 7,000 chips


Wednesday Senior | 2 p.m. 
$70 NLHE

$55 Buy-In + $10 Entry: 8,000 chips
Optional $5 Dealer Appreciation: 5,000 chips
55+ Players – 3,000 chips

Saturday No-Limit Texas Hold’Em | 11:30 a.m. 
Late registration available
$50 Buy-In + $10 Entry 
Optional $10 Bounty
Optional $5 Dealer Appreciation

Sunday No-Limit Texas Hold’Em | 11:30 a.m. 
Late registration available
$50 Buy-In + $10 Entry 
Optional $10 Bounty
Optional $5 Dealer Appreciation

Promotions

MINI BEAT MONEY

The beat that pays!

Lose with Quads or better and receive $1,000 cash!

Winning hand gets $500.

HIGH HAND

Available Sunday through Thursday from Noon - 2:00 a.m. and on Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. - Midnight. Must have minimum of $20 in the pot. The full percentage of the promotional rake must be taken for the High Hand to qualify.

Winner has 45 minutes to claim prize. Hand must surpass the current High Hand to qualify.

Payout for Hold'em is $300 and Omaha is $200.

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Poker Games

Omaha Poker

Omaha is a card game that uses a flat disc called a dealer button to determine who receives their cards first and where the action starts for each betting round. One or more Blind Bets are used to stimulate action on the first betting round. The player closest to the left of the dealer button begins by posting a Small Blind, which is approximately half of the minimum bet for the first betting round. The player seated to the left of the Small Blind posts a Large Blind, which is equal to the minimum bet for the first betting round. A Blind Bet counts as all or part of a player’s wager and must be “posted” before you receive your cards, unless a specific game or situation dictates otherwise.

Texas Hold’Em

Texas Hold ‘Em is a card game that uses a flat disc called a dealer button to determine who receives their cards first and where the action starts for each betting round. One or more Blind Bets are used to stimulate action on the first betting round. The player closest to the left of the dealer button begins by posting a Small Blind, which is approximately half of the minimum bet for the first betting round. The player seated to the left of the Small Blind posts a Large Blind, which is equal to the minimum bet for the first betting round. A Blind Bet counts as all or part of a player’s wager, and must be “posted” before you receive your cards, unless a specific game or situation dictates otherwise.