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Stones files for dismissal of lawsuit

NorCal Casino Ambassador By Randall Rapp Before we get to the meat of the issue here, I would first like to point out (for those that didn’t notice up top) that yours...

More of everything else

NorCal Poker Ambassador By Randall Rapp Now in its 16th year, The Cardroom has been your source for news about poker players from, and poker games in, Northern...

Don’t mistake allegations for facts

NorCal Poker Ambassador By Randall Rapp Recent revelations that cheating may have occurred during streams of Stones Live at Stones Gambling Hall over the past year and a...

Learn the lesson Homer!

By Randall Rapp On a recent trip to San Jose, I was “fortunate” enough to have been there when Bay 101 Casino was holding satellites to the Main Event of the Bay 101...

A horse is a horse (of course, of course)

By Randall Rapp A few days before the running of the Kentucky Derby, I had an interesting conversation with a guy planning a party for the big race. They were planning...

More than poker at local cardrooms!

By Randall Rapp Your local cardroom/casino has much more to offer than Texas Hold’em and other poker variants. Some of the most popular games at these establishments...

Playing the Main Event in Turlock series

By Randall Rapp I was fortunate enough to make it to the Turlock Poker Room for the Main Event of their Semi-annual Championship Series in November. Checking in for the...

I like poker on television, eh?

By Randall Rapp I’ve been wondering if poker on television is making a big comeback, or if it’s only an illusion. You would think with all the online streaming and...

Big blind antes the latest at tourneys

By Randall Rapp The hot new trend in poker tournament play is the big blind ante. If you haven’t come across it yet, it simply consists of the big blind paying the...

Always be careful what you wish for

NorCal Poker Ambassador By Randall Rapp It really is possible to have too much of a good thing, even playing poker. I look at it this way: We all know it’s possible to...

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