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FREE GIN TOURNAMENTS paying total 10 Tickets to winners
Posted by MAB (moderator) 22 Feb 2020 10:54pm

We are announcing FREE monthly tournaments paying 10 $Tickets to winners in Gin, Cribbage, Dominoes and Backgammon.

Tournaments are open for all registered players - Ticket players and non-Ticket players.

In these tourneys we will help instruct new players on how to properly set the table for the associated game, we will go over tourney rules and answer any questions new players might have.

And to make this EVEN BETTER, the winners of each of the tourneys will get a total of 10 $Tickets.

We know there are a lot of players out there who have never had the chance to experience the thrill of tourney play and this will give all of you the opportunity to learn, play and possibly win some extra tix.

Please note that there is a limit of 32 players so if you want to join, please sign up early and be sure to be in the tourney room 10 minutes prior to start so we can go over what needs to be covered.

This is very exciting news and we (all the Tournament Directors) hope to see some of you new players in these special tournaments.
The schedule for these free tournaments is as follows:

400PM GC Time:
GIN RUMMY....1st Saturday of each month
DOMINOES....2nd Saturday of each month
CRIBBAGE....3rd Saturday of each month
Backgammon...4th Saturday of each month

We hope to see you there!

Posted by MAB (moderator) 23 Feb 2020 5:19pm

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Once you go there, you'll see
(a) every game has a separate app
(b) 8 iPhone/iPad apps have a separate 'Apple Store' market while 9 different apps for Android phones and tablets have their own market (and sometimes slightly different names) in 'Google Play' market

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