Ah the humor in it allâ€¦ After having their previous Texas Hold’em Tournament robbed at gun point, this past week, the same and ever popular NoVA Texas Hold’em Tournament was robbed again.
How could the same game get robbed again, you ask? Oh maybe because of its advertising. Seems they invited the wrong people, or at least too many. To quote the WashPost:
Before the [first] Fairfax robbery, those on the e-mail list, from across Northern Virginia, numbered about 500, the host said. After the robbery, he and others slimmed down the list to the 170 people they most trusted [for this game].
Slimmed down to 170 people. Do you know 170 you would trust to come to your home? Do you even know 170 people?! And if you were robbed the last time you had a poker party, wouldn’t you think twice about having one again?
Or having one at all, as gambling is illegal in NoVA, right? You wouldn’t know it by this great quote:
“We used to have a place where we could play comfortably seven days a week, and that’s been narrowed to two to three times,” said the host
Playing Texas Hold’em seven nights a week? What are you – The Great Zucchini of poker parties?
This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs