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Old 02-02-2019, 08:19 AM
PennBF PennBF is offline
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I believe the Texas Hold'em games meet the Florida Laws as some have looked closely at them to ensure they are within the boundry of Florida laws. These reviews have been done mostly with Attorney's who play Texas Hold'em. As I understand it all money collected is returned to the players and no games require/have dues. There seems to be someone kicking up this dust about every 2-3 years while Bridge, Bunko, Marjohn, etc are ignored. There are hundreds of Residents who play Texas Hold'em and enjoy the companionship, this includes a number of Doctors, Lawyers, retired significant company CEO's, etc. We are lucky to have some residents who volunteer to run the games and do so for no return but the satisfaction of knowing they are helping others to enjoy their lives and in a number of cases their retirement.
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Old 02-25-2019, 04:44 PM
DaddyD DaddyD is offline
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I'm new to the area & am looking to find a friendly home game I could join. I play NL hold'em and PLO (Pot Limit Omaha) but am willing to learn & play other games. In the casino-based card rooms I usually play 1/3 & 2/5, but I'll play lower stakes, basically just interested in having fun & sharing some laughs. Please send me a PM (private message) if there are any home games in the area that are open to new players. FYI I'm not a village resident, so I can't play poker at any of the games played in Village rec centers.
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Old 05-13-2019, 02:05 PM
J1ceasar J1ceasar is offline
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I have heard that as long as their is no rake ( sponsor taking percentage) it is legal.
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