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Thursday 12 January 2006 10.09am
My husband, Tony, and our new neighbour would like to play poker locally. Anybody else fancy playing in a friendly game? The venue would be a pub such as the Britannia and it would something like a tenner to play.
Thursday 12 January 2006 10.29am
quite possibly

...if you press it, they will come.
Thursday 12 January 2006 2.17pm
would pubs let us play poker? don't they need some kind of license?

could we meet at someones house, and change location each time?
Thursday 12 January 2006 4.37pm
According to Tony, as long as you all play for chips rather than money, it shouldn't be a problem. Tony was going to have word with the landlord anyway. The point of going down the pub is to allow us girlies to get together whilst not disturbing the players' concentration (usually blokes).
Thursday 12 January 2006 4.40pm
so you're not playing yourself?

...if you press it, they will come.
Thursday 12 January 2006 4.42pm
What??? I can just about play Solitaire on my computer ... I don't think Tony would want me to play because I am useless at keeping a straight face ;-)
Friday 13 January 2006 12.46pm
still sounds like a good idea now that I've sobered up. I look forward to losing all my chips (and not to Jackie this time either)!
Monday 16 January 2006 3.04pm
I'd be interested.

Complete novice. Or am I?

(In fact I am .... how many players do you think we might need)
Tuesday 17 January 2006 8.49am
I have been reliably informed by Tony that 6 is a good number for poker. Looks like we are almost there, Puppy ...
Tuesday 17 January 2006 1.55pm
hurrah! when's the first game?
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