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After all the time we've spent watching No Limit Texas Hold 'Em tournaments on TV, and all the money we've lost playing it in friends' basements over the past couple years, you'd think that we'd be tired of the game by now. We're not. In fact, we're totally pumped for tonight's tourney in Olmsted Falls, which benefits the Olmsted Community Center. The $60 buy-in includes beer, soda, pizza, and assorted snacks. Players can buy back in if they bust out. Shuffle up and deal at 7 p.m. at the Olmsted Community Center, 8170 Mapleway Drive in Olmsted Falls. Call 440-427-1599 for more information. — By Michael Gallucci
Fri., March 3, 7 p.m.

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