Update Effective 5/15/23
Welcome to our cardroom. Your presence in our establishment means that you agree to abide by our rules and policies. By taking a seat in one of our card games, you are accepting our management to be the final authority on all matters relating to that game.
Management reserves the right to make decisions in the spirit of fairness, even if a strict interpretation of the rule may indicate a different ruling.
The Poker Room takes rake as listed below: First $1 starting at a $2 pot, then $2 on a $10 pot, $3 on a $20 pot, $4 on a $30 pot, $5 on a$40 pot and $6 on a $50 pot. Max $6 rake. We also offer time raked games. $2 will be taken at a pot size of $10 for the Player Jackpot Fund. All Bomb pots are $10 rake.
Poker Room Bomb Pot Is a hand where each player agrees to place a predetermined bet amount into the pot before the hand is dealt. There is no other betting allowed before the flop. Bomb Pot’s will be the First Hand dealt when a new dealer pushes into a table and a $10 rake will be taken. Bomb Pots will be limited to this one hand unless approved by the Supervisor on Duty. All Bomb Pots will be Double Board. The button will not move in bomb pots, the hand after the bomb pot hand will be played out with regular house rules. Players may choose to not play the bomb without any missed blinds. If a player does not want to play a bomb pot they will not be dealt into the bomb pot hand. In a Double Board Bomb Pot after dealing all players their initial cards the dealer will burn one card and deal out two separate flops (one on top, one on bottom), there will be a round of betting which coincides with the posted betting limits. After the flop comes out all betting is completed, and the dealer will burn their second card and put out two separate turn cards. Once betting is completed on the turn, the dealer will burn a third card and put out two separate river cards. Upon completion of the final betting round, the winners of the hand will be determined of the final betting round, the winners of the hand will be determined.
*A new player will be sent to the game most in need of an additional player. A transfer to a similar game is not allowed if the game being left will then have fewer players than the game being entered. Tables must remain balanced at all times. Management reserves the right to transfer a player if the game being left is within one player of the game being transferred to.