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Old 06-12-2019, 06:39 PM   #1726
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Membership-Based Poker in Texas

I saw that post and am not convinced those players will actually be there. They were tagged but I see nothing stating they are actually making appearances.
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Old 06-14-2019, 05:36 PM   #1727
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Re: Membership-Based Poker in Texas

I just got a text for a place near nasa called Chesterfield South
Says no daily fee, no time charge and $50 added to your buy in.
There was a phone # attached but no address. My guess this is a “rake room”.
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Old 06-15-2019, 11:20 PM   #1728
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Re: Membership-Based Poker in Texas

Mod edit: Link came up as a potential malicious content hoster, so I deleted the link and left the full URL. Copy and paste it into your browser at your own risk
"https://www.legaluspokersites.com/news/poker-events-test-texas-poker-laws/18563/?fbclid=IwAR2t0DGbkx3FqbSQQLBUs6HewbCYI4-0lG_qZ18u6ik2wVH4CR3P7tnyXzw"

poking the bear?

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Old 06-16-2019, 02:13 PM   #1729
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Re: Membership-Based Poker in Texas

I got a malicious site warning from my firewall when I went to check out that link. Cliffs?
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Old 06-16-2019, 02:17 PM   #1730
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Re: Kojack's In Midland - Playing 1 Night

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Anyone have any experience playing in Midland at Kojack's? I'm told it's a $50 membership application, $20 monthly membership and $15 per hour. That's hard to stomach for 1 night of play (4-5 hours). I played in Houston and they advertised a membership fee, but when I got there they only charged an hourly fee. Anyone have any experience playing there and know if there's any flexibility on that for one night?
Bumping the quoted post, as I merged it into this thread and it ended up a ways up the page.
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Old 06-18-2019, 05:38 PM   #1731
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Have there been any updates in the cases against Prime Social and Post Oak Poker?
Next settings are not until next month...expect to see a series of resets as is quite common where a defendant is not in custody.

On the civil suit side, Bayou has a trial date in the docket control order for sometime next May (lots of interim deadline requirements). Nothing since the June Answer by KHC.

In other words, don't expect anything soon unless Kim and company folds and dismisses...
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Old 06-18-2019, 06:22 PM   #1732
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How is Bill Heuer able to open the new place in Spring without repercussion since he is dealing with this money laundering case? Also, I am confused as to how the state can grant the Mayfield club a liquor license but at the same time interpret their business model as illegal. Makes no sense to me.
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Old 06-19-2019, 12:31 PM   #1733
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How is Bill Heuer able to open the new place in Spring without repercussion since he is dealing with this money laundering case? Also, I am confused as to how the state can grant the Mayfield club a liquor license but at the same time interpret their business model as illegal. Makes no sense to me.
Makes absolute sense when you recognize that 1) there has been no judicial holding on the legality or illegality of the business model and that 2) the TABC is not issuing a license based upon an approval of the business model.

TABC is tasked with ensuring that the license holder is in compliance with the rules and regulations related to the liquor component of the operations. There are also reasons why the prudent owner seeks a liquor permit more than ninety days before operations formally commence...any sort of violation in the first 90 days of the permit can result in a revocation, and so getting the permit and essentially sitting on it for three months can help in mitigating the potential loss due to stupidity on the part of staff.
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