cardroom


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Noun1.cardroom - a room for gambling on card games
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
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At the time of the ballroom's being built, suppers had not been in question; and a small cardroom adjoining, was the only addition.
ICC Ltd is one of the oldest Indian manufacturer and exporter of card clothing and cardroom accessories will be showcasing its award winning 'Tops Height Measuring' (THM) device, an innovative 'On Card' technology at hall H1, stall D - 26.
Endotoxin in cotton dust and respiratory function decrement among cotton workers in an experimental cardroom.
May 15th, 1905 is widely considered the birth date of what we now know as Las Vegas, but this birthday does not reflect the opening of the town's first casino resort, or even a single cardroom.
Poker Gives, the nonprofit organization founded by poker professionals Mike Sexton, Linda Johnson, Jan Fisher, and Lisa Tenner, is asking every cardroom across the nation to host one charity event during National Poker Month: September Half the proceeds from each event will go to the prize pool and half will allow Poker Gives to "give back" to Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) and three other worthy charities.
Governor Dubie stopped by the Cardroom to offer comments on health care and the value of nurses and nursing.
The game with the highest stakes available in a casino or cardroom.
Tips include advice on everything from playing a casino cardroom to a friend's living room, and easily move from introductory beginner's choices to neo-professional poker plays.
Dragon Venture (Pink Sheets: DRGV), a holding company of high-tech companies in China, has announced that its subsidiary has signed a letter of intent to acquire the exclusive marketing rights for online poker site, CardRoom.
The cardroom also served as a place where the weekend entertainers could rehearse the afternoon before their show, and where the adults' annual Fourth of July party would be held.
June (nee Brook) grew up in Foleshill, went to Whitmore School and worked in the cardroom at Cash's.