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tjg_marantz
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« on: January 25, 2011, 04:25:44 PM »

Hello fine folks at GT. I've created a home game group over at OO but want to extend the invitation to the fine members at GT. The specifics are still up in the air (tourney vs single table steady blinds) as to when we would meet up but if you want to play some poker, just follow the instructions below and join us for some poker in the coming weeks!

Cheers!

You are invited to join my private poker club for Home Games online.

- If you don't already have it, download the free PokerStars software from www.pokerstars.com
- Open the main poker lobby, then click on the Home Games tab
- Click the 'Join a Poker Club' button
- Enter my Club ID number: 163408
- Enter my Invitation Code: allinmonkey

That's it! Once I've approved your membership request, we'll be ready to start playing Home Games online together.

If you want to find out more, visit www.pokerstars.com/homegames
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« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2011, 02:05:59 AM »

I've created a tournament for Saturday 8pm Eastern.

No limit Hold'Em. 2$+.20$ buy-in. Normal game speed. Winner takes all. Blind interval at 5 minutes and 1,500 starting chips.

If anyone from GT wants to join us, just follow the instructions on the post above and we'll gladly welcome you to our home games!
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