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3 card poker games are set to begin for the poker community in the Sydney CBD, and a new poker set will be ordered for the area by a local company.
The company, Poker Flat, has been approved to operate in the area, with the first four players to take part set to take place on April 4 and 5.
“The first four poker players will be taking part on April 2, so that’s the first group of players,” said Poker Flat CEO Matt Mackey.
“They will all be playing with a $10 deposit and they will be playing at home.”
Mr Mackey said the poker set would be based on the popular 4 card poker game and it was a popular choice for poker players.
“It’s a really popular game, so it’s going to be a very popular game,” he said.
“And it’s not going to change, it’s still going to keep going and we want to give our players the best possible chance to get paid for it.”
The company has been licensed to operate poker games in New South, Western, Northern and Central Victoria.
“We’re just going to take it out and we’ll be rolling it out across the state,” Mr Mackey added.
“For us to be able to start playing, it means that we can do that with poker in our home region.”
Poker Flat was founded by Matt Mackeys father and is the only poker company operating in the country, with its poker games available in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide and Hobart.
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