So this is not poker strategy related but I can't think of anywhere else I'd really ask. I've been going back and watching some old Poker After.
At the poker table, prop bets have become part of the game. Everywhere you look, someone is handing over a couple of $100 bills after a.
That was in the episode that they had a no shuffle prop bet on the side. Poker After Dark show were behind this bet, i don't really think it was. Prop betting seems to be engrained into the very core of our poker culture. Want to save time? If any of you have been watch Poker after Dark, youve witnessed the giant amount of money being wagered on prop bets. Originally Posted by Rhythms. However, if they're on TV then rainbow riches gala casino could be a wise move to build their 'media' image, and thus increase sponsorship and the chance they would be first choice for future seasons.