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Staff and dealers are knowledgeable, friendly and welcoming, so you'll surely have a good time playing here. It is no smoking and quite spartan, as far as a poker room can go, but it is clean and comfortable. It's a fun and laid back game for those who want a bit of light entertainment, as opposed to making serious sums of money. You won't find any tournaments here with only cash games being available. Jonathan Depa opened to , from the button, Keith Lehr moved all in for , and Isaac Haxton moved all in over the top for , Comps can be earned by players through the Sting Card Room players rewards program.

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If you decide to sit down here make sure you take your time and assess the play before making any big moves, this will allow you to exploit those who you have a large edge against. This small poker area is located within a bar.

The tables and chairs are comfortable and well maintained and the room is no smoking for your comfort. As it's in a bar you'll be able to see plenty of flat screen TVs showing sport from the table, so staying entertained between hands won't be an issue.

Comps are offered to players in this poker room, and you'll also receive food and cocktail service while you play to keep you refreshed. The play in this room will be OK without being great. The poker area attracts a mix of regulars and those who are just visiting for a meal or a drink and wish to try their hand at poker.

You'll find more of the latter at the table on weekend evenings, so this is where you'll find the best value. The spread limit games aren't going to be that profitable in the long run so you are probably better off playing elsewhere if you want maximum value. You won't find any tournaments here with only cash games being available. The poker in this pub is no smoking and comfortable with plenty of TVs around the table for your viewing pleasure.

It's a nice environment to play and you'll really feel the pub vibe when you sit down at the felt here. You'll receive cocktail and food service at the table while you play in this small poker area. After that, you won't get much else. The play in general will be quite soft in this poker room, so if you have a good game and some patience you should be able to do well. The game won't be taken too seriously here and it's more about having fun with some good food and drink.

This small poker room features TVs on the walls to keep you entertained between hands and clean and comfortable tables and chairs in a non-smoking environment.

After this you'll get food and cocktail service while you play here so you need never miss a hand. It's quite random in this poker room and you could come across a table of tough regulars at one moment, and complete amateurs the next moment. So, take your time and assess the play when you sit down here. So, if you love your tournaments you'll have to go elsewhere. This is just one poker table in the sports bar.

It's non-smoking and they have plenty of TVs around showing a good variety of sports so you can keep up to date with all the latest scores while you play. You will receive your first drink for free when you play poker here, and you'll continue to get cocktail and food service while you play so you need never miss a hand. You'll come across mostly weak amateurs at this poker game, with the odd regular taking to the felt most nights. The games should be quite good and you should be able to do well if you have a solid game.

It's a relaxed place to play in a fun game. This poker table is located inside a bar which features TVs on the walls and it's completely no smoking at the poker table for your comfort. The overall vibe of the room is relaxed and the seats and table are well maintained and comfortable.

Mostly locals who know each other's games inside out will be battling it out at the felt here. The game is friendly and welcoming though so you should have a fun time playing. If you play some ABC poker and just wait for good hands you should get paid off nicely. No limit holdem tournaments are held on Thursday and Friday at 5.

The Ace's High poker room features two well-maintained tables and comfortable chairs in a partially separate area of the casino. TV's can be viewed from the table so you will be able to stay up to date with all the latest sports scores. You will be offered food and drink service at the table while you play in this poker room. On top of this they also offer various comps to cash game players. Enquire at the casino for more information on comps.

They also run a variety of promotions for bonus chips. You'll come across some decent regulars and amateurs in this poker room so pick your spots wisely. Staff and dealers are knowledgeable, friendly and welcoming, so you'll surely have a good time playing here.

If you want the best action sit in on one of the weekly tournaments. Sunday from 6pm until 2am, Monday to Thursday from 7pm until 2am, Friday and Saturday from 8pm until 2am. Only cash games are offered in the Hi Ho Tavern poker room aside from a monthly special tournament which sometimes goes ahead.

The river did not help Depa when the hit, giving Lehr the pot and eliminating Depa from the tournament in second place. Jonathan Depa Keith Lehr. Jonathan Depa just found himself all in on three sperate occasions against Keith Lehr and managed to take down everyone of the pots, moving back over a million in chips and staying alive. Jonathan Depa opened to , from the button, Keith Lehr made the call from the big blind and the flop came down. Lehr check-called a bet of , from Depa and the turn came down the.

Action checked to Depa who bet ,m Lehr quickly moved all in and Depa made the call. Depa tabled for a turned set and Lehr showed for two pair with a flush draw.

The hit on the turn, giving Lehr the flush, taking down the pot and leaving the Day 2 chipleader with just crumbs. Ben Yu opened from the button to ,, Keith Lehr made the call from the big blind and the flop fell. Lehr checked to Yu who moved all in and was snap called by Lehr. Yu tabled for a straight draw with a pair of sevens and Lehr showed for a flopped straight. The on the turn gave Yu a few more outs to stay alive, but the on the river did not help him as Lehr took down the pot, eliminating Yu from the tournament and heading into heads-up play with Jonathan Depa.

Isaac Haxton opened to , from the button, Jonathan Depa called from big blind and the flop came down. Depa quickly put his opponent all in and Haxton snap-called as the players turned over their hands. Haxton tabled for top pair and Depa showed for a straight draw. The on the turn gave Depa some added outs to send Haxton home and he would hit one of those when the hit on the river, giving him two pair. Haxton was eliminated from the tournament in fourth and Depa would pull in the pot, taking the chip lead.

Isaac Haxton Jonathan Depa. Ben Yu raised to , from the button, Keith Lehr three-bet to , from the big blind and Yu made the call. The flop came down , Lehr moved all in and Yu snap-called.

Lehr tabled for a straight with a flush draw and Yu showed for a straight draw with a flopped set. The turn came down the and Lehr took the lead with his flush. A on the river would change nothing as Lehr took down the pot with his flush, doubling through Yu and taking the chip lead of the final four.

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