When I first heard the name “Poker Night” on the internet, I didn’t realize that I had a lot of things in common with this popular Saturday night in Roxbury.
The first thing I knew was that I was going to be surrounded by my friends and family, and my favorite beverage was watermelon ice cream.
The second thing I remembered was that it was the night before the Super Bowl, and we had all been told to “go home and play some poker.”
And the third thing was that this place was open until 9 p.m. and was a bit more upscale than the other bars in town.
So, what’s a New Yorker to do?
We decided to book a table, and for that we were blessed with a table.
The table we were seated at consisted of a man and a woman, a boy and a girl.
The boy, a kid from Brooklyn, had a large beard, and he looked like he was about to go on stage in his college graduation speech.
The girl, from Queens, had long blonde hair and had a small smile.
The man and woman sat in a corner of the room, chatting with their drinks while the boy played the game of cards, the girl playing the card game, the man playing poker, and the girl just staring into the distance.
We had just been introduced to the game and had spent our nights watching television.
After a couple of hours, the bartender came over and told us we were invited to come back later.
When he told us that we had to get dressed, he took off his shirt and gave me a small black dress.
I looked around and said, “I love this dress.”
He said, in a hushed tone, “This is your room, so dress appropriately.
You look beautiful.”
When I got dressed, I noticed that the other table had a man in a white suit, a black shirt, and a tie.
When the other boy got dressed as well, he was dressed the same, except he had a black tie and white shirt.
When we all walked into the room together, the first thing we saw was that the table was all dressed up.
We were immediately struck by the amount of attention we were getting, which made us want to say hello.
The girls all came over to us, but the man in the white suit stayed in the corner.
The girl looked at the man who was sitting there and said to him, “He’s a guy!”
The man was startled by her, and when she asked him if he was the guy in the picture, he replied, “That’s not the guy you see in the photo.”
He took off the tie and gave her a small hug.
The next thing I know, we all had drinks.
We all had some good conversation, and I got to know him a bit better.
When we were all finished with our drinks, the woman with the hair came over.
She asked me if I wanted to come sit down with her.
I said sure.
I thought that she was just trying to flirt with me.
I told her that I liked her hair, but that I would be more comfortable sitting with her if she came over with me instead.
She was surprised and asked me to move to the side of the table so she could sit on my lap.
She had a white shirt with some red trim and a dark red tie.
I was shocked by her look.
She smiled and asked if I was ready to start playing.
She said, when I said I was, I meant it.
I was on the couch and I was just watching television with my friends when the man came over, looking around the room.
He said to me, “Who’s the guy?”
I said, yes.
He was very excited, and asked who he was playing with.
He asked me who I was playing against.
I started to tell him my story, and then he asked me about the game.
I got off the couch, and it was like a scene out of the movie “The Wizard of Oz.”
We all laughed and played some cards.
I felt like we were watching an episode of “The Dick Van Dyke Show.”
After playing for a while, the guy asked me, in an almost whisper, “What is it about this game that you love?”
I told him about my love for poker and that I wanted it to be played with the same level of professionalism and etiquette as real poker.
I asked him about the girls, and how we would all play cards.
He smiled and said that he had been playing since he was a kid, and that he was going out of his way to try and find players for his table.
I replied, and with a smile, “We will have to do something like that.”
The guy started to talk about what kind of poker players he wanted, and said he would be open to all kinds of players, but not everyone has