Texas hold em Speech

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Introduction River rat, flop, donkey, nuts, big slick, pocket rockets. If unfamiliar, this lingo might sound a bit odd, but they’re terms from only the best card game ever! Texas Hold ‘Em. We’ve all made a bet with a friend, relative or neighbor sometime in our lives, whether small or large. Hold ‘Em is the exact same where you call all the shots and the sky is the limit. This card game is so good, after we cover the history of its origins and popularity and that perfecting skills, making new friends and prize money are reasons why it’s fun you’re going to want to run home and play this with a bunch of your friends as soon as possible. I. Texas Hold ‘em History A. Origins – Legend has it that the variant of poker called Texas Hold ‘Em emerged from a small town of Robstown, Texas in the early 1900s. In 1925, the game reached Dallas and eventually took on popularity. After having been introduced to Las Vegas by a few Texan Gamblers, the game gained popularity the same year Benny Binion opened the Horseshoe Hotel and Casino in 1970. B. Growing popularity – Ever since the game of Texas Hold ‘Em was introduced to Vegas casinos, the added invitational poker tournaments such as World Series of Poker or World Poker Tour have been rapidly increasing in popularity. Based on www.learn- texas-holdem.com’s statistics covering the final event, the last game in a series where each player pays $10,000 for a seat, the number of entrants grew from 178 in the 80s to 5600 in 2006. Also, the WSOP has been a world televised event on the ESPN network. i.
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