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Gordon Vayo is latest NorCal player to make November Nine The 2016 WSOP is underway and thecardroom-norcal.com is your place to come to see how the players from Northern...

WSOP? Yes! But plenty at home too!

NorCal Poker Ambassador By Randall Rapp Your humble Ambassador made his annual pilgrimage to play an event at the World Series of Poker in June, but this time decided to...

Mike Sexton shows “Life’s a Gamble”

By Raymond T. Akers In “Life’s a Gamble” poker professional / businessman / ambassador / TV com­mentator Mike Sexton takes you on a journey from his humble...

Not the kind of double up desired

NorCal Poker Ambassador By Randall Rapp Your humble Ambassador certainly does not consider himself an expert on tournament structures, but I have played everything from...

Coping with losing streaks

By Kenny Smith It can be extremely frustrating when you go for weeks without netting a win in cash games. I’ve known of players who have gone three, four, sometimes as...

The rise of Kings Card Club

Before Kings Card Club became a reality, it was only a vision in the eyes of ownership. That vision was one of customer service and entertainment. In order for the dream...

More like Pooh, less like Eeyore

By Randall Rapp Do you ever find yourself sitting at a poker table feeling a bit grumpy and surly? Maybe you’ve taken some bad beats or your dog just doesn’t like...

The fabulous folly of two pair

By Kenny Smith I think two pair is the one hand I see that most often traps the player holding it. It’s a made hand that in some cases can be a monster, but I also see...

Limit vs. no-limit

By Kenny Smith About six months ago I began talking with a number of different poker players that I know and asked them if they prefer playing limit or no-limit...

Good, bad & ugly

By Randall Rapp If you want to compare your poker life to a movie, it’s best if it follows a script like An Officer and a Gentleman (happy ending—poker is always...

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