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We would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to ProPokerGear.com. Our business of providing tournament poker bracelets for casinos to give to tournaments winners is expanding. What before was only available to casinos is now also available to everyone. We can work with you to custom design all types of jewelry especially poker bracelets, card guards, charms, rings and even earrings.

We have more than 20 years experience in designing and providing the highest quality jewelry. Our entry into poker jewelry began with supplying Donald Trump's Taj Mahal with the winner's bracelet for the USPC poker championship. This opened an entirely new market for us.

YouDesignWeCreate.com is another one of our custom jewelry sites where you can see some of our additional work.

Our fine artisans make custom poker bracelets, card guards, rings and even pendants in Sterling Silver, Gold, and Platinum. We also can add any type of gemstone you would like. We can accommodate any size order with prompt and courteous service and top quality workmanship. Let your imagination run wild. If you want a diamond poker bracelet, or just a pendant we can do it. Our collection features items that are both timeless and unique, and truly for creative minds. We offer unlimited ways to customize jewelry and make them personal. We can even customize a card guard for you. There are many ways to make your poker league winner's gift unique. Let us help you choose the poker bracelet, ring, or necklace to make your winner feel special.

We would like you to talk to our custom design team to create any men's or women's jewelry using silver, gold, or platinum, with or without gem stones. We specialize in taking your designs and/or ideas using them to create custom tournament jewelry that caters to your specific needs and branding strategies.

What most other companies offer only to the gaming industry is now available to you, your company and of course your casino. We pride our self on outstanding workmanship, producing quality custom poker bracelets, necklaces, pendants, rings, earrings, card guards or any other piece of jewelry you can dream up.

Please shop our online poker jewelry store for all your custom casino and fine jewelry needs. From custom to classic, we have just what you are looking for!

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Apr14

Instant Poker Karma’s Gonna Get You

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Fresh off my fifth place finish in the Borgata 2014 Spring Poker Open and I have been provided with a perfect story to share. I understand that not everyone understands the rules fully and that some do not play a lot of tournament poker, but the events that unfolded at my table on the money bubble of this event are truly unbelievable. The set-up: Event 2 of the open was a $350 +$50 buy in with a $100 bounty on each player. 28 players remained and 27 players would cash in this event. With blinds at 3,000/6,000 and a 400 (I think) ante, I am big blind with about 197,000. The under the gun player moved all in for 13,500. He was called by UTG +1, a middle position player with a big stack, and me, holding KQo. Players from the other tables gather around to watch the all in bubble confrontation. The story: After I called, UTG +1 says to me “Do you want to check it down?” I say “Sir, you cannot say that.” Others start chiming...

Dec10

Some Well Played Hands, (If I Do Say So Myself)

Posted on Dec 10 by

Hand number 1 (folding because you know your players) – I do not remember if we were playing Omaha8 or Omaha Hi only, but I do know the blinds were $1-2 and the game was NL. I also know I had JJ in my four card hand. I know this because I remember the flop came down Ac Kc Jc. After the flop, one of the tighter players in early position led out into the field. A smart player in middle position made the call. After giving it some thought I folded, and I folded for a very specific reason. I knew that even if I improved my hand, I would not be improving my hand. I knew the bettor had flopped a flush. I did not know if it was the nut flush, but I knew it was a big one. Because I knew the bettor had flopped a big flush, I knew the caller did not have a big flush as well. He is too smart to call with a weaker flush against the bettor. Now I...

Oct31

Your Hand is Not Really the Same, Sir.

Posted on Oct 31 by

At a recent Friday night home game, I was playing 1-2 flop games where the maximum buy in was $100. The dealer could choose between Hold ‘em, Omaha, Omaha 8 or Pineapple. I was already steaming from a prior hand when the following hand came up. My villain’s comment after the hand really set me off, but as I thought about it, I realized what a great topic his comment gave me. The game called was Omaha 8 (Omaha hi/lo). I was on the button for the hand. A few players limped in, and I looked at A 2 3 K, Ace suited…one of the strongest Omaha 8 hands to be dealt. It’s so strong because I have connecting high cards, three connecting low cards and a suited Ace so I can make a number of nut high hands as well as nut low hands. The BB and a few of the limpers called. The flop was gin for me as I it came down A 5 8 rainbow. I flopped nut low together with the top pair, top...

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