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   Sports Fans Love Gaming

The World Series of Poker is covered regularly by the major sports networks, including ESPN, Fox Sports and CBS Sports.  

Sports fans love to know how their favorite team will perform against an opponent.  They want to know "the point spread" and who has the best chances of willing - "the odds" - based on past performance. 

New York sports fans looking for a fun weekend have discovered that they no longer need to drive to Atlantic City or fly to Las Vegas for a fun gaming weekend.

Upstate New York has lots to offer poker fans and table game enthusiasts.


       Turning Stone Resort & Casino

The award-winning Turning Stone Casino Resort is nestled in the heart of Central New York. The 3400 acre resort features a championship golf courses, exciting poker action, a full-service spa  and casual dining options. . Whether you like to spin the wheel, deal the deck or roll the dice, Turning Stone Resort Casino brings excitement to the table with a broad range of your favorite games. 



          del Lago Casino & Resort

del Lago Resort & Casino is considered the best Finger Lakes casino. With 99 Table Games including 14 Poker Tables, you’ll find all the familiar favorites like blackjack, craps and roulette. But we also feature some of the most exciting new games, with friendly dealers who make the experience more fun and teach you a thing or two, if you need help.


            Resorts World Catskills

Nestled in the beautiful Catskill Mountains, you’ll discover a casino resort that promises to get hearts racing. Resorts World Catskills will feature over 100,000 square feet of gaming action with over 130 table games, poker room, and 2,150 of the most cutting-edge slot machines across five gaming areas. And when you’re finished enjoy our new five-star hotel.


         Seneca Niagara Casino

Just steps from Niagara Falls, sports fans have discovered the  Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino. Beneath the bright lights, you'll find the ultimate in gaming and comfort with more than 3,300 of the newest slots, from penny spins to $100 high-limit machines, and the fast-paced action of nearly 100 of the hottest table

                                                              Learn more about  Sports in Upstate New York.


                                                                                     Poker Basics

Poker is a family of card games that combines gambling, strategy, and skill.

Poker has increased in popularity in recent years and has gone from being primarily a recreational activity confined to small groups of enthusiasts to a widely popular activity, both for participants and spectators with many professional players and multimillion-dollar tournament prizes.  An important factor in poker’s growth has been the advent of television cameras that can reveal a player’s cards to an audience without the opponent seeing.  Poker tournaments are televised by sports networks such as ESPN, Fox Sports and CBS Sports.

All poker variants involve betting as an intrinsic part of play, and determine the winner of each hand according to the combinations of players' cards, at least some of which remain hidden until the end of the hand. Poker games vary in the number of cards dealt, the number of shared or "community" cards, the number of cards that remain hidden, and the betting procedures.

In most modern poker games, the first round of betting begins with one or more of the players making some form of a forced bet (the blind or ante). In standard poker, each player bets according to the rank they believe their hand is worth as compared to the other players. The action then proceeds clockwise as each player in turn must either match (or "call") the maximum previous bet, or fold, losing the amount bet so far and all further involvement in the hand. A player who matches a bet may also "raise" (increase) the bet. The betting round ends when all players have either called the last bet or folded. If all but one player folds on any round, the remaining player collects the pot without being required to reveal their hand. If more than one player remains in contention after the final betting round, a showdown takes place where the hands are revealed, and the player with the winning hand takes the pot.