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L'équipe du POKER CLUB LOZERIEN vous souhaite la bienvenue !

 

Le Poker Club Lozèrien est né de l'association de plusieurs passionnés.

 

Cette association loi 1901, a pour vocation de faire partager la passion poker au plus grand nombre dans notre département mais également au-delà de ses frontières.

Elle n'a aucunement vocation à concurrencer les casinos ou les rooms de poker car nous tenons à rester en règles aux yeux de la loi.



Vous l'aurez compris , le PCL est une affaire de passionnés qui veulent partager cette envie et ce plaisir de jouer au poker en toute légalité et avec comme maître mot le plaisir.


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Infos : Aucune partie organisée avec des sommes d'argent (les parties avec argent sont bannies par notre association),
mais seulement des freerolls dont les gains sont entièrement financés par les adhésions et les dons. Ces gains étant reversés sous forme de lots et non sous forme d'argent.

 

CHAMPIONNAT LIVE 2018 2019

 

REPRISE DU CHAMPIONNAT LIVE LE 29 SEPTEMBRE A LA SALLE DE LA MAIRIE DE BADAROUX

Inscriptions à partir de 19H00 - Début du tournoi à 19H30

 

Cette année se seront 2 Mini Championnat Live qui animeront cette saison :

- 1er Championnat du 29 Septembre au 26 Janvier 2019

- 2nd Championnat du 9 Février au 15 Juin 2019

Chaque joueur accumulera des points pour la Table Finale comme l'année précédente

1ER CHAMPIONNAT
1 samedi 29 septembre 2018 Badaroux
2 samedi 6 octobre 2018 Badaroux
3 samedi 20 octobre 2018 Badaroux
4 samedi 24 novembre 2018 Badaroux
5 samedi 08 decembre 2018 Badaroux
6 samedi 12 janvier 2019 Badaroux
TF samedi 26 janvier 2019 Badaroux

Manche Spéciale: 

48 adhérents: samedi 11 novembre 2018 Badaroux

Manche par équipe de 2: samedi 15 décembre 2018 Badaroux

2ND CHAMPIONNAT
1 samedi 09 février 2019 Badaroux
2 samedi 16 février 2019 Badaroux
3 samedi 16 mars 2019 Badaroux
4 samedi 13 avril 2019 Badaroux
5 samedi 04 mai 2019 Badaroux
6 samedi 01 juin 2019 Badaroux
TF samedi 15 juin 2019 Badaroux

Manche Spéciale: 

48 adhérents: samedi 30 mars 2019 Badaroux

Important : Il faut être à jour de sa cotisation Club (50 €) pour pouvoir participer aux manches


Adhésion au PCL

 

 


La fiche Adhésion est disponible sur le forum ici  

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  • Four days ago a total of 122 players took a seat in the fifth installment of the Dealer's Choice Championship to create a prize pool of $1,146,800 that would pay the top 19 spots. Each player would be tested on their all-round skills over a variety of flop, draw, and stud games, and with 20 games to choose from, players would need to apply both their skills to actual game play along with game selection as they looked to gain edges over their competition. Friedman talks to Sarah Herring about his overall strategy, addresses the controversy with Shaun Deeb and comments on his price in the $25k Fantasy Draft. To hear what Shaun Deeb said before play started check out this interview: https://www.pokernews.com/video/2019-world-series-of-poker-news-they-hurt-the-equity-of-the-11997.htm Live Reporting: https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-35-10000-dealers-choice-championship/  Partager: Facebook Twitter   

  • • Shaun Deeb Fires shots in the $10K Dealers Choice https://www.pokernews.com/video/2019-world-series-of-poker-news-they-hurt-the-equity-of-the-11997.htm • Greg Mueller wins third bracelet, takes down $10k HORSE: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/06/greg-mueller-wins-his-third-bracelet-takes-down-wsop-horse-34481.htm • SOUND: GREG MUELLER AFTER WIN • $3k Six-Max: Thomas Cazayous wins (opponents called him “silent assassin”): https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/06/silent-assassin-thomas-cazayous-wins-the-wsop-3k-six-max-fo-34483.htm o Angel Guillen finishes in fifth • Roman Korenev wins Marathon: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/06/roman-korenev-wins-2019-wsop-marathon-34487.htm • Luis Zedan wins $1k PLO, will donate 35% to charity: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/06/luis-zedan-wins-2019-wsop-event-30-1000-plo-34486.htm o Runner-Up: Thida Lin…..first woman to get headsup this WSOP • Robert Campbell beats David Bach headsup to win $1500 Limit 2-7: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/06/robert-campbell-bracelet-wsop-1500-limit-2-7-34489.htm • Howard Mash wins $1k Seniors, 5,918 players! https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/06/howard-mash-wins-first-bracelet-and-662-594-in-wsop-seniors-34498.htm • Upsehka De Silva wins online bracelet: https://www.pokernews.com/news/2019/06/upeshka-de-silva-wins-third-bracelet-wsop-gomezhamburg-34497.htm Thanks to our sponsors: Global Poker is the home of online poker in America - thanks to their massive weekly tournament schedule and the chance to score a six-figure payday in just a couple of minutes through their Jackpot Sit n Go's! With real cash prizes delivered straight to your bank account and more than one million registered players in the United States. if you are not playing on Global Poker then you are missing out. Head to www.GlobalPoker.com and set up an account today.  Partager: Facebook Twitter   

  • Welcome to your update from June 17th at the 50th annual World Series of Poker from City of Sin, Sun and Poker, Las Vegas Nevada. This is what you need to know. Two bracelets were awarded yesterday and one of them…well…we aren’t even sure if he was wearing pants. Upeshka De Silva shipped Event #38: WSOP.com ONLINE No-Limit Hold'em Knockout Bounty. You will probably recognize that name as he just final tabled the 3k 6 max a few days ago. He already has two other bracelets so this will be the third bracelet to add to his collection and since he collected a whopping 18 bounties he added more than a hundred K to his bank account. https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-38-600-wsop-com-online-knockout-bounty/ The other bracelet top play down to a winner yesterday was the 1k seniors event which was meant to start the day with 6, but ended up with 19. After fourteen hours of play Howard Mash, a financial advisor from Florida, pulled all the chips his way and admitted that while he is an amateur and considers poker a hobby, it is a hobby he takes seriously. And with almost three hundred and twenty K in prior winnings, his story checks out. https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-32-1000-seniors-championship/ Eyes were glued to the $10K dealers choice yesterday, but players were less than thrilled when play stopped at just 5 players. if a decision wasn't made to end the day early, Shaun Deeb was the favorite to collect his fifth WSOP bracelet. He is still the man to catch with the chip lead but Adam Friedman is right behind him and has strong motivation as he is looking to win this event for the 2nd time in a row. That being said, Shaun Deeb is looking to become the back to back player of the year and he revealed the early stop put him in a bad position for that. https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-35-10000-dealers-choice-championship/ One of my favorite tournament formats is in round 3 today with 10 players left and everyone in the money. Event #36: $3,000 No-Limit Hold’Em Shootout Has some of pokers finest in the mix and should be very exciting to watch. Justin Bonomo, Lucky Chewy and Alexandru Papazian are all still in the mix. Have a look at the table draw and follow the action with no delay hand for hand on pokernews.com https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-36-3000-shootout/ Event #34: $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold'em is returning today, day 3, with three hundred and fifty nine player of the starting field of six thousand two hundred and fourteen! There is almost seven hundred thousand dollars up top so if there was ever a questions as to the popularity of the low buy in, deep stack events, this should confirm…yep, keep em coming. https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-34-1000-double-stack/ Another tourney with the same concept is the $800 Deepstack, that field returns for its Day 2 today and will have more than the usual amount of attention since some of the players sitting down including Phil Ivey, Phil Hellmuth and Kelly Minkin. https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-37-800-deepstack/ In case the Seniors didn’t get enough the first time around, starting today there is a $1k Super Seniors event for one more shot at a bracelet in a non-open event, the only difference is, these players must be at least 60. https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-39-1000-super-seniors/ If you are interested in a game of Pot Limit Omaha, today marks the beginning of Event #40: $1,500 Pot-Limit Omaha which is sure to attract some of the lovers of this poker variant. https://www.pokernews.com/tours/wsop/2019-wsop/event-40-1500-plo/ If you are looking for a fun event to round out your summer schedule the PokerNews Podcast family is hosting an event on July 8 at the Planet Hollywood where you will get the opportunity to mix and mingle with fans and hosts alike. The PokerNews Podcast is coming to you LIVE 3 X a week with the latest from the 2019 World Series of Poker so be sure to Follow @auntychardonnay and @jeffplatt on twitter to be notified before each live stream. Thank you for tuning into the number one source of poker news in the world. PokerNews.com  Partager: Facebook Twitter