Results of Season 21 poker

During Wells Gray Inn Poker Club’s Season 21, which started Jan. 4, a total of 32 different players participated

Top three players in Wells Gray Poker Club’s Season 21 tournament were (l-r) 2

Goldie Krawec

During Wells Gray Inn Poker Club’s Season 21, which started Jan. 4, a total of 32 different players participated in the weekly Wednesday evening Texas Hold’m poker games.

Some players did not miss a game while others just joined in for the evening. Anyone is welcome to join any time during the season.

Our group challenges internet players to try a game against real players at the table. We can teach you to shuffle real cards, deal, bet with real chips, and interact with real people, not just a computer screen. See if you have a poker face or will you give your opponent a look into your eyes and thoughts and let him win.

Points for the top nine players of Season 21 were: Deb Watson, 7900; Chris Moore, 6250; Crystal Hanson, 5700; Goldie Krawec, 5700; Fred Roach, 5500; Laurie Marsh, 5300; Craig Wilm, 5125; Cheryl MacHale, 5100; and Mike Handford, 4800.

The highest hands each week of play have been: quads (four of a kind) QQQQ, KKKK, 3333, with full houses of AAAQQ, KKK 10-10 twice, QQQ 9-9, QQQ 6-6, 10-10-10-4-4, 999AA, 77766, 555AA. No straight flushes this season.

Winners of the tournament held on Wednesday, March 29 were: 1, Laurie Marsh; 2, Mike Handford; 3, Fred Roach. The best hand of the tournament was KKK33 and best hand for the fun table was four of a kind (quads) 8888.

Season 22 started on Wednesday, April 5 and will end the last week of June. Games begin at 7 p.m. at the Wells Gray Inn.


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