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Show One, Show All (Did You Know?)

This is pretty much a universal rule of poker. If a player wishes to show his hand to anyone at the table, the hand should be shown to everyone at the table. Players have a right to equal information, especially in tournament poker. 

Other players should not have to request this information.

The proper way to show your hand, if you wish to do so, is to simply place it face up on the table. 

Of course, this is in reference to showing your hand after the hand is over. You should not be showing your hand while the hand is still playing out. (In fact, if you are still in the hand, tournament poker rules state that you cannot show your hand to anyone, even if the hand has become heads up.)

 

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Welcome, Temple Area Players!

Standings

Player of the Month Standings
Venue Standings
Regional Big Spender Standings
Super League Standings

Regional standings for Temple Area are based on the average of your top 9 scores during the season.
(This may change, even during the season, if the number of games changes.)

Change Season:

Spring 2024 (01/01/2024 - 04/30/2024)
Rank Player 1st 2nd 3rd Top 3 Points
1 Jason Dunlap 1 2 3 7611
2 John Delao 2 2 4 7230
3 Brandi Schneider 1 1 6571
4 Amber Sandefur 2 1 3 6419
5 Anthony Mack 1 2 3 6379
6 James Brashear 1 1 5476
7 Russell Slaven 2 2 4913
8 Amy Mack 1 1 4481
9 Michele Moore 0 3557
10 Pablo Coronado 1 1 3463
11 Justyn Henderson 0 2633
12 Robert Wheat 1 1 2632
13 Ivan Hernandez 1 1 2544
14 Dwight Wilson 0 2437
15 Miguel Muzquiz 1 1 2253
16 Bobby Formby 1 1 1691
17 Jorge Olaez 0 1658
18 Mark Dillard 0 1526
19 Karen Coopple 0 1456
20 Caleb Tatum 1 1 1443
21 Duana Brashear 0 1431
22 Jessica Guzman 0 1417
23 Sara McBryde 0 1134
24 Sammy Gamino 0 833
25 Robert Coopple 0 824
26 Mark Whipple 0 676
27 Jack Schindler 0 669
28 Buddy McBryde 0 483
29 Travis Hartfiel 0 451
30 David Clauder 0 400
31 Scott Schwind 0 367
32 Rocky Anderson 0 295
33 Chase Delao 0 201

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