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Evening Star Hotel, Surry Hills, NSW

The Evening Star Hotel in Surry Hills is conveniently located near Central station and several bus stops. It has great meals and spectacular deals! Pop in for a beer and join us for a delicious meal from our diner, then enjoy a relaxed game of poker........ Perfect combination!

Evening Star Hotel runs the following events:

Tuesday Night Poker 7:30pm - QueenSix

Location: 360 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills, NSW, Australia

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NEW SURRY HILLS VENUE

The Evening Star Hotel
360 Elizabeth Street (cnr Cooper St), Surry Hills
www.eveningstarhotel.com.au

Buy In - $15 for 15K Starting Stack
Relaxed Blind Levels

Optional Add On - $10 for 10K (After the Break)
Drink Card Bonus (3xStamps) = 5K Chip Up

Rego from 6:30pm
Start Time 7:30pm
Late Rego Before 8:30pm

NO RAKE...... All Buy In and Add On goes into the prize pool

The venue has great food and beverage offers for poker players!

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Paul's Vegas Review!


With the WSOP in Vegas fast approaching, it's time to reflect on Paul Farmer's amazing efforts at last year's WSOP and what it takes to compete with the big boys...

As many of you have probably seen, I made it back from Las Vegas, unfortunately without any big prize money. I did experience lots of big tournament play, played against some world-class professionals and had an amazing time.

My trip started with a day of wandering around in jet-lagged awe, lights, sounds, smells, cheers and jeers. Someone is always winning big. The first week was spent playing practice tournaments and this was invaluable experience for the Main event.

Day 1.
I am seated at a table that has 2009 WSOP $1500 bracelet holder & 2009 Card player of the year, Eric Baldwin, amongst a mix of other professionals and enthusiasts. We start with 30,000 in chips, and I was still trying to believe I was playing in the main event. Initial discussion with fellow players outs the pros and the amateurs, I was very cautious and watching to see how the others were playing and the pace is extremely slow. First few bets and the pros take turns re-raising me to see what my game is like. Win some and fold a few. Within a few hours they are telling me Iím playing ok. I cannot stress how slow the pace of the game is, constant concentration is required and is very exhausting . 2 hour long blind levels when I am used to 10-15 minutes. I make it through Day 1 with 39000. Not bad but not good. The website lists me as being from Sydney Austria. Americans are very nice but geography is not their strong point.

Day 2.
This time I start the day with 2 WSOP bracelet holders at the table. Both of them from this year. $1500 event; Athanasios Polychronopoulos (Try saying that three times fast with a mouthful of chips) & Tyler Bonkowski ($3000 limit Hold íem). At first the two shrug off suggestions they are who the table suspects. An iPhone confirms it to which Tyler quickly replies, ďHis event was harder than mine!Ē
A very tough day, no good cards and less luck. I was losing every pot I played. By the dinner break I am down to 15,000, and expect I will be at the bar drowning my sorrows before the next break. One of the tables also had be sitting near Steve Brecher.
Two double up thanks to pocket Kings (thatís getting dealt a pair of kings) and few stolen pots when I was moved to new tables has me right back up to 129,000 and little overexcited. I finish the day with 79,000. Very relieved and newly excited again.

Day 3.
I find myself one table away from starting on the TV feature table, and two tables away from Brad Garrett (The brother from everyone loves Raymond) who is wise cracking and attracting attention of the TV cameras.
Iím also short-stacked at my table which is a distinct disadvantage. Barely a few laps of the table have completed in Iím under the gun and with QQ. My raise is called, the flop is all low and after my bet is raised I figure now is the time to make an all-in move. Snap called by AA, neither of us hits and my tournament is over. Talk about mixed emotions. From a field of approx 6800, I came around 1860th(. 1864 players started day 3 and I was close to that.


All I can say is Vegas is amazing, and I hope to make it back there many times. Sponsors welcome.

12 Mar 2012 - 13:33 by James Kruss - QueenSix Sydney Poker (play poker in Sydney) QueenSix Sydney Poker News | comments (0)
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QueenSix Poker Manager is now availabile for download.

This is the very same poker clock software that QueenSix uses and can be fully customized (even use your own voice)! The list of features is too long to name here so check it out at www.mypokerleagues.com

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The QueenSix Poker League is a highly innovative, new poker league, with a uniquely original structure.  It is designed in such a way as to create an advantage for skilled players over the just plain lucky. 

Before QueenSix Poker was Born

In order to win with conventional pub poker leagues (grand finals and regular events), a player usually needs to double up at least once within the first three blind levels, most often within the first hour. Failure to do so means a player's starting stack will be down to only three or four big blinds, often forcing an all in bet with nearly any two cards. In order to double up so quickly, one of the following must happen in that first hour (Usually about 30 hands or so)

  • You pick up a monster hand preflop, raise big, and someone plays against you
  • You get lucky against a stronger hand after making a mistake pushing or calling in the first place
  • You push in a lot of chips pre-flop, get called, get lucky and win
  • You limp in and getting lucky by hitting a monster on the flop, while someone else hits well too.
  • You make a couple of large bluffs and others fold

Unless you play a highly aggressive game it is unreasonable to expect any of these to happen in the first hour. Yet unless one of these does, you will be faced with playing as if you had a very short stack, even if your stack is average compared to the other players.

For example, if the starting stack is 3,000, then when the blinds go to 400/800 (often 1 hr into the game), unless you’ve doubled up you are faced with only 3 or 4 rounds of the table before being blinded out. You are in serious trouble once you get to that stage, and since you may still have around the average stack, plenty of other players are in trouble just like you. This also rules out making moves at a pot, because there are so many other players forced to call with any sort of strength.

So to win, you have three options:

  • Play hyper aggressively and get lucky
  • Play conservatively then push all-in with a hand and hope
  • See a lot of flops and hope you flop a monster

Poker is a game of patience and information. Yet these games do not allow you to be patient, and subsequently don’t give you enough time to garner information.

Why QueenSix Poker is Better

To promote good quality play, and to swing the odds in the favour of better poker players, the QueenSix structure is as follows

  • Every game has the potential for the blinds to be capped (depending on closing times for venues)
  • A Grand Final is held at each venue, allowing you to use any information you have gathered
  • Your starting chip stack in the Grand Final is based on your performance over the previous weeks in the season
  • Every player has a chance to win the Grand Final game, so if you get unlucky during the season, or can't make it for a week, you are still in with a chance

Season Structure

  • In each of the rounds, points will be awarded to players according to the following breakdown.

Place

Points

Place

Points

Place

Points

Place

Points

1st

1000

6th

500

11th

200

16th

100

2nd

800

7th

450

12th

200

17th+

50

3rd

700

8th

400

13th

150

 

 

4th

600

9th

350

14th

150

 

 

5th

550

10th

300

15th

100

 

 

A player will receive no points if they do not play that week’s event

 

 

  • A player must advise the tournament host immediately when he/she is knocked out, in order to be eligible for any points

Game Structure

  • Blinds are raised every 15 minutes
  • Blinds will be capped for an extra 5 minutes where they have become to large for the average chip stack
  • Standard blind levels are as follows, but may differ depending on venue/game type

Level

Small Blind

Big Blind

Level

Small Blind

Big Blind

Level

Small Blind

Big Blind

Level

Small Blind

Big Blind

1

25

50

5

300

600

9

1,000

2,000

13

4,000

8,000

2

50

100

6

400

800

10

1,500

3,000

14

5,000

10,000

3

100

200

7

500

1,000

11

2,000

4,000

15

7,000

14,000

4

200

400

8

700

1,400

12

3,000

6,000

16

10,000

20,000

  • Deals for a modified prize split may be made but must be ratified by QueenSix. No deals will be ratified until heads up play.
  • Deals cannot include a gap of less than a 60/40 split between first and second place (there must be a single winner)
  • No deals for the awarding of points in league games may be done
  • Players can play in any regular QueenSix league event free of charge, but for events with a buy-in, a player must pay the buy-in to be eligible to win the prize on the night

 

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