Sean Gleeson's Very Funny Texas Hold 'Em on TBS

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Fellow Okie blogger Sean Gleeson has developed an online Texas Hold 'Em game for cable superstation TBS. It's called Very Funny Texas Hold 'Em. If you've flipped through the cable channels at 3 a.m. and found nothing on but Celebrity Poker Death Match, or if you've been perplexed by a Dawn Summers blog entry full of terms like flop, check, and river, and wondered what all that is about, click that link. There's a section of the game that explains the rules very clearly. (Sean's game cannot help you if you are perplexed by any other Dawn Summers blog entry.)

The game is For Entertainment Only -- no actual money changes hands, so there's no risk except your time and attention. Check it out.

I'd like to see Sean merge this with his Autorantic Virtual Moonbat.

(UPDATED to remove the parenthetical remark at the beginning of the entry, which was written before I had heard about the tornado in southern Indiana Sunday night.)


Sean Gleeson said:

Ha! You know, my wife had the same idea of making the AVM one of your opponents. He could sneer at you during the game and add a rant to every bet, as in, "I REJECT profits and greed!! I call $1,250! U.S. get out of Cleveland!!" Maybe I'll work on that. Thanks for the link!

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