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Four Winds Casino introduces new WPT table game
Tuesday, January 22, 2008 at 4:28:22 PM
Four Winds Casino Resort announced today that it is launching World Poker Tour All-In Hold 'Em, a new live action poker-based table game that gives players an opportunity to play heads up against the dealer rather than against other players seated around the table. With World Poker Tour All-In Hold 'Em, poker fans can experience the same kind of excitement that they have been accustomed to seeing on TV when watching the World Poker Tour. The Four Winds Casino Resort is the only casino in the region to offer the game.
World Poker Tour All-In Hold 'Em is among the easiest table games to play at the Four Winds Casino Resort. The first step is to make an ante bet, followed by examining the hole cards and then either folding the hand or making a raise. The dealer can only call your raise if their hole cards have a total value of 11 or higher, using the same system as in blackjack. If the dealer qualifies, and calls your raise, play continues with the flop, the turn and the river. If the player's best five-card poker hand beats the dealer's, the player wins the ante and raise bets.
"We are excited to be the first in the region to offer World Poker Tour All-In Hold 'Em at Four Winds Casino Resort," said Matt Harkness, general manager, Four Winds Casino Resort. "World Poker Tour All-In Hold 'Em is a player friendly game that has proved popular at other casinos around the country because it is extremely easy to play."
World Poker Tour All-In Hold 'Em was developed by famed poker author and pro player David Sklansky. The game is licensed to Lakes Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: LACO), for distribution. Lakes Entertainment has a license agreement with the World Poker Tour (NASDAQ: WPTE) to use the World Poker Tour name in conjunction with the game.
For more information on Four Winds Casino Resort or to make a reservation, please call 1-866-4WINDS1 (866-494-6371) or visit www.fourwindscasino.com.
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