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The world of Poker at Solaire.




SOLAIRE Resort and Casino introduce to us last Oct 9 the world of playing Poker during the #World Poker Tour Blogger’s Night.  This is in preparation for the Casino’s hosting of #WPT starting this Oct 16 up to 28, 2014. Wherein Top Pro’s and A-List celebrities from around the globe are expected to sit and try their luck to this famous card game of this generation.

During the event, Ron Regis a Professional Poker Coach brief us some technics and easy way to win in poker, he also discusses how he embrace this kind of sport from a hobby to a career now, he emphasize that it takes talent or skills in order to excel on this game.  But the most remarkable talk that night is coming from Mark Aventajado whose credentials are way up and consider  as the father of Poker Tournament  in the Philippines, he stress that the best about poker is the competitiveness and of course the fun and excitement that you will get.
Mike Aventajado
Vic De Guzman.
Another speaker that evening is Vic De Guzman, a top pros Poker player in the country whose winning records either here and in abroad is unparalleled, he point out that Filipinos are the most creative players in playing poker, and he declare it’s the ultimate sports that Filipinos should embrace because this is the only sports that no height or weight is required.

After all those talks, our group is divided into three and given a table at the poker room of Solaire.  Each dealings of cards is a learning yet thrilling experience, the coaching from the professional players really helps and made me understand that it is really a sport and not a sort of gambling thing that will burn all your hard earn money in a snap of your fingers.  A discipline and a right attitude with of course the good guidance and the right style of playing with creativity is a sure formula to conquer the world of Poker.

Unfortunately I have to leave early and leave my winning chips to my assign group after the third round. But the memories of playing Poker in Solaire I must say is extraordinary and a chance of a lifetime. We’ll never know when these will happen again.

Ron Regis
#WPT at Solaire for the main event have a massive exciting prizes, it’s not too late to win a seat for this almost two week Poker’s Jamboree, all you have to do is visit this link  http://solaireresort.com/play/solaire-poker-room/ 

Comments

Kung Phoo said…
Nice.. i would have liked to have heard this.. i like to gamble and play cards:)
Masshole Mommy said…
I am a terrible poker player, so I would love to learn more!!
Danielle said…
Sounds like a great time. I'm not interested in gambling, when it comes to slots...but I do love to play poker! Fun stuff!
Cindy Gordon said…
Looks like a great event. Thanks for sharing!
Sandy Olsen said…
I'm not great at poker. I think I would've benefited from this event. :)
Taylor Dean said…
My dad is obsessed with poker! He would have loved this!
Jaredamy said…
I have never played poker before! I am interested in learning though!
Poker is a great and entertaining game to play at casinos. I just don't want to gamble with real money haha. We play with playing coins at home.
Sadly I'm not that big into Poker.
Ben Butler said…
I don't play much poker, but that's mainly because I suck at it. I could totally use a class like this.
I enjoy playing poker we play at home with friends for fun. I have never played at the casino.
Kendall Rayburn said…
I love to play poker! I don't really "get" it - but I try!
Pauline Cabrera said…
Solaire’s a great place to try poker. It has good restaurants, too!
I am not good at it but it is fun! I don't have a poker face, and can't bluff.
Sweepster said…
Poker isn't my kind of game. I'm too impatient for it and lose most of the time because of it.
I havent played poker in forever.
We used to play poker ever week with friends (before we had kids). I miss it!
Michele D said…
I don't play poker but it looks fun.
Tamika Mapp said…
I love a good game of poker and this sounds like fun. I'm going to check this out, to brush up on my poker skills.
Andi said…
I had a friend who used to do poker tournaments - it was always a blast to watch. Enjoy and good luck!
Jo said…
My mom said she's been there and she really loved the place because it's like going to Duty Free. LOL. Anyway, I do not play poker and I don't know anyone who does. ROFL.
joannappok said…
LOOOVE POKER!! The tournaments can get so intense, it's really exciting! Keep 'poking' on (haha lame I know)
Liz Mays said…
That does sound like a cool opportunity! I've never tried playing poker!
I haven't played poker but have wanted to learn how. I am going on a cruise soon. Perhaps I will learn then.
Rebecca Swenor said…
This sounds like it would be an interesting event. I never was good at poker but this would of been fun. Thanks for sharing.
Gloriously Made said…
I would have loved to have heard this. I'm so interested in playing but have never really learned a lot about cards.
This is so cool. I would love to learn about it so maybe I wouldn't be terrified to play.

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