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New Bay 101 is open!

The new Bay 101 Casino is now open at 1788 N. First Street in San Jose. Master George Yau was on hand to perform his Feng Shui blessings on the new facility. A new era...

No politics, just play!

NorCal Poker Ambassador By Randall Rapp Our Casino News section has plenty of political intrigue this issue, and I must admit these stories put my libertarian streak on...

New Bay 101 has grand opening

On Sept. 29 Bay 101 Casino will officially unveil their new location at 1788 N. First Street in San Jose with a grand opening. Less than a mile from their previous site...

Moneymaker pays a visit to Citrus Heights

By Arnold Warner Apparently it’s a lot of work being the name associated with the boom of an entire industry. After he shocked the poker world in 2003 by capturing the...

Ball brings poker to Twitch

By Arnold Warner If you enjoy watching live-streaming poker on Twitch TV, or one of the many channels featuring top players, you can thank Walnut Creek’s Scott Ball....

Poker’s Book of Moorman

By Raymond T. Akers Chris Moorman’s second book, “Moorman,” is a fascinating combination of biography and hand analysis. The first third of the book is Moorman’s...

You should never soft play anyone!

Life in the Streets By Vincent Olmos Soft play is the nut low. What starts as a friendly gesture toward a fellow player ultimately ends up making the game horrendous....

Life & poker: evaluation in progress

Prop Tales By Bill Patty In poker, as in life, we must always evaluate and reevaluate our situation. Do we like where we are now? Do we want to invest more in our...

Good sports make more likely winners

By Kenny Smith Vincent is a gentleman that I would call an intermediate recreational player. When he sits down at the table, he plays to win. He plays the appropriate...

Fall Classic coming to Stones

From Sept. 29 to Oct. 8 Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights will be holding their $250,000 Fall Classic series of tournaments, culminating with a $150,000 Main Event....

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