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Wednesday Poker Discussion Group

Wednesday Poker Discussion Group

To the best of everyone’s recollection WPDG was Founded in the 90’s some of the  Original members included Alan Schoonmaker, Tommy Angelo, Tim Stein , Jan Fisher and the First Lady of Poker Linda Johnson . Meeting in places like Pizza Hut , Binions, Marie Callendars, even a Chinese buffet on East Flamingo.

The group was started to give poker enthusiasts a forum to ignite relevant poker discussions on specific hands played, tournaments and cash game strategies, promotions  and anything poker related. It has met that goal; poker players can express themselves without being ridiculed or abused.

The WPDG has helped many, many players to improve their play.

Some of the notable speakers over the years include some of the whos who in poker like Daniel Negreanu, Olivier Busquet, Mike Sexton, Robert Williamson, Doug Hull, Matt Lessinger, Ed Miller, Roy Cooke, Tim Acker, Steve Selbrede, Gene Hull, Barry Tanenbaum, Jesse Sylvia, Tommy Angelo, Doug Dalton, Kathy Raymond, Barry Greenstein, and Ryan La Plante,  Kathy Liebert, Tom McEvoy, Nolan Dalla, Trisha Cardner, James “Splitsuit” Sweeney, Bart Hanson,Chris “Fox” Wallace, Ace and Kenna James.

Bob Fisher, the host of the events, has been splitting the moderator responsibility recently with the acclaimed Roy Cooke.
They are always securing great speakers to keep the group informed and entertained at the same time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group meets every Wed. from 3-5 at Ricardo’s, at 4930 W. Flamingo Rd Las Vegas NV.  Some start arriving about 2 PM to eat and/or talk informally.  Anyone may join the group by just showing up.

Sign up here to receive updated information on their meetings or check out their Home Game League on PokersStars.

 

Feel free to drop by anytime you want.

Thanks,
bob

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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