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Feeling Invisible at the Table

by Linda Johnson |  Published: Aug 15, 2018

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I love poker! I have been playing poker in legal cardrooms for 43 years. I’ve participated in the World Series of Poker for 38 consecutive years and this year I experienced something I’ve never felt before…the feeling of being invisible at the table. I played cash games at the Rio almost every day during the 2018 WSOP in a fabulous environment, the King’s Cash Game Lounge. This was a high-limit area with lots of special perks for the players such as special poker tables and extra cushy, padded, comfortable chairs, automatic shufflers, specially chosen experienced dealers, a lounge with big-screen TVs, and private USB chargers for each player at the table. They also had a snack area complete with two top of the line coffee machines, as well as a private dining area, exclusively for King’s Lounge players. Food was brought in every three to four hours and was of ...


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