Poker heat: Black chips go big in Texas holdem game

Poker heat is heating up in Texas, where Texas Holdem is hosting a black chip poker tournament on Saturday, as poker players battle it out for cash.

Texas Holdem poker players are taking to the black chip at Texas Holden, the state’s biggest poker table.

It is the first time in the history of the Texas Holdems poker game that black chips have been used.

“We have been using black chips since the early 1990s.

We are trying to bring back the tradition, the feel and the feel of poker,” said Michael Burdett, the chairman of Texas Holdes poker tournament committee.

He added that black chip players will have to fight for their spots.

“It’s not going to be easy, because we are at the beginning of a new tournament season,” he said.

Poker tournaments are held in Texas and New York.

The event is set to begin at 10:30 a.m. local time (15:30 GMT).

The Texas Holdeem tournament is also set to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Sunday.

Texas is the second US state to hold a black-chip poker tournament.

The tournament in Colorado was the first, and in 2014 it hosted the US Open.

The poker world is expected to witness a huge increase in poker players this year, with the UK’s National Lottery opening on Saturday.

The UK is also planning a tournament on Sunday and Monday, which would be the first US tournament to be held on the same day.

There are more than 300,000 US poker players, according to the US Poker Association.

The Texas Holdets tournament is expected at a profit, with a total prize pool of $2.7 million.