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Other issues introduced in the busy morning session included: button with wrong number of cards, burn-card management after substantial action (SA), handling contradictory verbal vs.

chip bets, seating in re-entry events, action out-of-turn and skipped players after SA, uniform hand-for-hand (H4H) procedures, and betting apps and video-blogging.

I would be honored if you answer to a simple question, you say that Ty will fall in love in TDA and i would know if we already know that person, it his a new character or we know it thanks to TMI?

Aria “Poker Boss” Sean Mc Cormack and Tournament Director Paul Campbell spared no effort to provide great meeting facilities and accommodations for a record 265 delegates from 34 countries.On Day 1, Summit VIII was called to order at AM by Founding TDA Board Member Matt Savage and the event immediately got down to business.The morning session was extremely productive, starting with WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel leading discussion on proposed new TDA clock management rules.The Day 1 afternoon session featured a full review of all TDA Rules starting with discussion of Rule 1 on fairness and the best interest of the game.The attendees discussed numerous examples of decisions made based on Rule 1 and what guidelines they have found useful in such rulings.

Aria “Poker Boss” Sean Mc Cormack and Tournament Director Paul Campbell spared no effort to provide great meeting facilities and accommodations for a record 265 delegates from 34 countries.

On Day 1, Summit VIII was called to order at AM by Founding TDA Board Member Matt Savage and the event immediately got down to business.

The morning session was extremely productive, starting with WSOP Tournament Director Jack Effel leading discussion on proposed new TDA clock management rules.

The Day 1 afternoon session featured a full review of all TDA Rules starting with discussion of Rule 1 on fairness and the best interest of the game.

The attendees discussed numerous examples of decisions made based on Rule 1 and what guidelines they have found useful in such rulings.

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