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Poker Theme Party Memoirs, Facts, and Game Trivia

March 11th, 2020 Leave a comment Go to comments

Did you know that depending on the demographics, poker party past, facts, and trivia, poker can be assigned a national sport? 40 to 50 million Americans regularly participate in poker. That is above one in five Americans playing this fascinating, generally obsessive game! Among popular poker contenders, one of the most eminent and distinguished American presidents, President Richard Nixon, won 6,000 dollars during his initial 2 mths in the USA Navy during World War II, playing poker. The cash he won was used to sponsor his starting campaign for congress, a campaign he won!

Much as the game possibly was conceived in China in 1120 A.D., nobody knows conclusively when the game originated, anyhow, we have knowledge that when Columbus landed on United States shores in 1492, his men plucked wide leaves from trees, marked them with details, and played cards. Seeing that numerous folks play poker, it is not hard to determine that there would be many guys who have poker fanatics in their family! It is a snap to setup a party that is sure to please them, if your poker party comes fulfilled with poker background, poker facts, and poker trivia!

Ponder tucking a certain invitation inside your everyday invitations to those who have fun playing poker, inviting pals to stay late, after the familiar party ceases, and enjoy the game! You can just put holes in the corner of various playing cards, tie them together with ribbon, and print the "exclusive" invitation inside! That way, all will surely indulge in the party, and when the children and other guests leave, you will have arranged a party within a party, all-inclusive with an after party game, pretzels, pizza, and your favored beverage! You can play along yourself, if you are fond of poker, or even take on the part of dealer if you choose to be engrossed and don’t enjoy the game yourself!

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