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Poker in Appalachia
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The Appalachian section of West Virginia (5 rooms) and North Carolina (1) is endowed with more than 70 poker tables. Apart from their obvious function of giving local players access to a wide range of different cash games and tournaments, these venues are very friendly and renowned as being ideal for socialites. Only live play is permissible in Appalachia due to a lack of regulated online poker. In addition to the typical live hold’em offering, this is one of the growing U.S. areas for pot-limit Omaha and mixed-game poker.