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Pretty confusing at first, but you get the hang of it after a bit. Split aces up to four hands. There is a visable sign showing who is playing star under name rotates around table. Since the chips stay in the circle till it is your turn to bet, it makes it kind of difficult to watch bankrolls. I guess they will tell us later.
I don't recall seeing any discussions before on this. Final table only had four players. Semifinals had six players I think this was a full table. When your table finishes, you have to wait till other tables finish. It will tell you number of tables still playing and what hand they are on, but no easy way to go to lobby and watch or see how other tables are progressing.
No double down on blackjacks. DAS up to four hands. Split aces up to four hands. When it is your turn, the buttons appear to make your bet and to play the hand. If it is not your turn, there is nothing showing on the table, so it is kind of weird to figure out how to play until you go a few hands.
Bet is made by sliding marker left and right to change bet, which can be difficult. Watch out for the timer. If you fail to make bet, the default is for you to sit out hand. This means you make minimum bet, but do not get cards, you just forfeit your hand. This happened to me once on final hand, but luckily I had the low in spite of the play and it worked out.
My first table had six players showing, but only three of us were playing. I finally figured out that the other three must have been no shows. They just made minimum bets each hand, got no cards dealt to them, and forfeited hands. It was weird because the button stopped at each of the ghost players. I don't know what would have happened if everyone had busted out and one of the ghosts had won the table to advance.
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Jul20 So far, the Summer of has been one of extremes! First off, it is great to see our new home market maintaining momentum into the summer. In June, we posted 41 new sales and are already at 32 as of July 15th! The busier we all get, the better we have to be at managing our priorities and time. After all, there are only so many hours in a day. Everyone that knows Beth and I know that boating plays a key part in our personal, as well as business life.
It is not unusual to see us on the boat most evenings during the week! Summer brought on some decisions that had to be made. Beth started a new position in Thompsons Station and I moved my office to Spring Hill, which made it increasingly difficult to spend as much time on the boat as we would like. At the end of the long weekend, we were so impressed with the people, progress and plans for the new marina that we decided to stay.
With Beth working in Mt. Juliet at the time, we had even more time for the boat! We hated to leave our friends at Rock Harbor, but would still have many opportunities to stay in touch.
Over the past 3 years, we watched the transformation of this boat dock into a first-class marina. New friendships and acquaintances were formed. The facilities and atmosphere is beyond description. And after the ceremony, we returned to land for an unprecedented wedding reception at Blackjack Cove Marina, catered by The Black Pearl. Back to making decisions. When we purchased our current boat in , we brought it to Nashville from Louisville and stopped in at Rock Harbor Marina to spend the night, and would then take the boat to Elm Hill Marina on Percy Priest Lake, where I had been boating for 27 years.
Our overnight stay at Rock Harbor lasted 5 years! With Rock Harbor being only 5 minutes from Mom, and 15 minutes from our home, the right decision was clear. After all, Mom enjoys visiting the boat too! In Part 2, we were joined by great friends from Honduras for the ride down the Cumberland from Blackjack Cove Marina to Rock Harbor, where festivities for the 4th of July were already underway.