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Weekly Poker Games at Woody’s Diner

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For all those that enjoy a good game of Texas Hold’em, Brass Ring Poker hosts charity poker games at Woody’s Diner in Royal Oak on Sunday through Wednesday.  They can basically accommodate any game you want (Omaha, Five Card Stud, etc), but right now the major games are the freeroll Texas Hold’em tournaments with $250 – $500 guaranteed prize payouts and $1/$2 No Limit cash games (minimum $20; maximum $200).  Sign-up for the freerolls and cash games start at 5:00pm and the game usually starts at 7:00pm.  The cash games can start as soon as enough interested players are available.  Poker play goes as long as the Diner stays open.

As a fellow poker enthusiast who has played at Woody’s recently, I can vouch and say that the games are well-managed.  The Brass Ring Poker staff do a great job of making sure their patrons are taken care of and make sure we understand that proceeds from the event go to charity or non-profit organizations.  If you are itching to play some and it is just too cold to drive all the way down to MGM or Motor City, then mosey on over to your local bar and grill and get in a couple hands.  So far, turnout has been consistent and the play has been respectable.

Depending on your work schedule, Monday nights could be your big night out with $1 beers at Woody’s.  Cheap drinks and a chance to win a bit of money, why not?!

See you at the tables!

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