Everywhere you go, people are talking about poker. You wouldn't be reading this article if you weren't interested in the game. We all have friends and family who are interested as well, so why not set up a regular game?
Home poker games can be a great time to get together on a weekly or monthly basis with friends and family. The stakes don't have to be high and the game doesn't have to be serious. The most important aspect of a home poker game is having a good time playing the game we've come to love. Pushing in all of our chips on a bluff or check-raising with the nuts gives us the same rush of adrenaline the professionals get on TV, but without the $10,000 buy-in.
In a series of articles over the next few weeks, I'll go over the aspects to running a successful home game. I'll also go over some things to add a special poker atmosphere to your game.
Continue with step 1: Choosing between a Tournament or a Ring game
Step 2: Compiling a set of Rules and Regulations
Step 3: Recruiting the players
Step 4: Creating a special poker atmosphere