I played the freerolls today. I managed to place 4th and 8th in two freerolls and I got first in this one so far.
Some of us are still playing so stop buy our chat page and chat with other players while you play.
If you haven’t joined our team yet now is the time. Just click on the Americas Cardroom banner to download our free software.
Come play the freerolls and build up a bank without depositing. This is the toughest way to start but it can be done. We will even teach you for free. Contact email@example.com for more info.
The minimum deposit is $10 and with the fast and easy deposits and withdrawals you could be playing in minutes. With cash tables as low as one cent, two cent blinds and tournaments with buy ins as low as ten cents you could start playing for real money quick and easy.
When playing the freerolls you will have to understand that most of the players in these games are new and will be going all in preflop a lot. Once you decide to call a pre flop all in, you are in a coin flip with the other player or players no matter what you have. So, you want to have an all in hand such as AA, KK, QQ or AK suited to even think about calling and even then the newbie could donk you out. Try not to flip with the donks. Play good solid ABC poker, play very tight, play aggressive and just keep stabbing at the freerolls. You can’t make the final table every time you play obviously, but you can make a good run. Good runs turn into pay outs. Everyone gets donked out or bad beaten out of the freerolls. Take it in stride and just keep playing the freerolls. As you become more confident in your play and your play becomes consistent you will start making deeper and deeper runs into tournaments and on to final tables.
Hello, we are looking to start running some small ball micro tournaments on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays with games starting around 5:30 PM CST with the last game being around 9:00 PM CST. Looking to run 4 to 8 games a night with buy ins from .10 cents up to 1 dollar with some freerolls for the league participants. Please locate these games in our online poker lobby under the Tournaments > Private > All > Tabs.
This series is designed for new players who are working on building their bankrolls up from either the minimum deposit or no deposit. This is a great tournament series for new players and people with small bankrolls. Minimum risk for some nice payouts. If you would like to learn or play real money Texas Holdem Poker, win cash and help others at the same time while you play or learn, then make sure you click on one of our Americas Cardroom banners and download the free poker software. Once you have our software just open it up and create your new player account. It only takes a minute or two and after you’re done you can immediately start playing our freerolls.
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On behalf of everyone at Team P4AC Poker and Americas Final Table we would like to welcome you to the team. Good luck and run good.
Come join us in our freerolls and learn to play the most popular poker game Texas Holdem. Best of all you can start totally free. Just click on one of the Americas Cardroom banners to download the free software. Once you download the free software and create your new free player account. Don’t make a deposit Start playing in the freerolls. Once you place in a couple of freerolls you can use your winnings to enter real money tournaments and have part of your rake and tournament fees go to charity.
As a member of our team you will have access to free poker training and we give our new players the right games for them to build their bankrolls from nothing. You will also have access to our newsletter and video blogs. We have various videos from poker training to videos of the people you help by playing or learning poker with us. So what are you waiting for. Send me an email today to email@example.com to join our team of poker players or to just get info on how to help support Veterans House.
Everyone’s invited to this TX Holdem Charity Event this coming Saturday, August 17.
Complete with live entertainment after the tournament with comedians and Inversion! You don’t want to miss this show!!
Benefit show for TX Elks Camp and Disabled Veterans staring Inversion Band!!
Anyone can come see the show here:
Donations are welcome. Just click on the paypal link here!
Buy in is $150 ($100 to pot and $50 to charity) for 10,000 chips.
1 Re-Buy for $100 (to pot) for 10,000 chips.
1 Add-on for $50 (50/50 to pot and charity).
Registration begins at 11AM and cards in the air by 12:30.
Poker4ACause (P4AC) will have their donation trailer on site to collect donations of non-perishable food, water, toiletries, clothing and blankets.
Tournament and Show Location:
5021 Lakeview Pkwy
Rowlett, TX 75088
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