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Closed (5:00pm - 2:00am)
Minimum Age:
12:00pm - 12:00am
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gambler1111 wrote a review about Triple Barrel in Franklin, KY

Some Hard Truths for TBS & Ky and Nashvilles lack of poker interest .

Why does a poker room have trouble in Kentucky? Let me pick a tiny town to put it in say Paducah or Franklin or London and wonder why there is barely one game on one table for a few hours with numbers dwindling rapidly. Yes Nashville is just down 65 from Franklin, ky but the amount of traffic from the construction makes it a bit of a haul. Also most players are losing players so once the losing starts to pile up, that person is done for awhile. Hold'em Poker is a tough game and apparently only very popular in the state that proceeds Hold'em.
So other than a radio spot or a social media post is all the advertising I have ever seen, field of dreams was just a movie. If you build it they will........have a tough time getting a cash game going. I sense a lot of unsure feelings from owners/management. I am guessing that is why the practically non-existent advertising. They aren't selling memberships either, scared they might to pay them back if the business folds. A shoestring budget is apparent, I guess they thought, throw it out there and see if it sticks. It hurts to throw good money after bad, just like a bluff into the best hand. A poker social club has been a gamble that has had few winners but plenty of losers.
In the beginning they would put clueless dealers on a game and have the table train the dealers and still have you pay $13 an hour and only get 10 to 12 deals for your money. Experienced dealers deal around 20 hands per hour.
I have seen players numerous times attempt to not pay the bet and get away with it and the dealers not notice and nothing was said. Poker cards on the floor and not returned after the deal.
So we have a unregulated gambling spot, I have seen nothing that ensures me a regulated fair game is being offered.
If you go here please as always pay attention.
The old adage you can't lose what you don't put in the middle is irrelevant here as the $10 daily fee and $13 an hour can quickly dig you into a hole that is hard to get out of.
Just to quell the naysayers who would say, "I bet he is just a sore loser who lost big there and is now salty." When I quit going I wasn't a winner because I left my pre-paid hours on their system, negating winnings. Honestly there are more ways to play poker than having to deal with the worry of waiting for a cash game, that possibly has the owners sitting in to fill the seats. I have to pay $13 an hour to play against the house or dealers on their day off. I tip the dealers so they bring my money back against me on their day off? Wtf. Yeah these small town poker rooms are just unregulated nightmares.

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Updated 11/27/2023

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6PM, $100 Turbo Thursday (recurring)
20 min blind levels
20k starting stack

Rotating Saturdays
2PM, Saturday, November 11
$70 Accelerator (w $40 Add On at end of registration)
Accelerating Blinds
20 min, 15 min, 10 min, etc

2PM, Saturday, November 18
$120 Six Max Tournament
18 minute blinds
18k starting stack

2PM, $150 Sunday Bounty (recurring)
20 min blind levels
20k starting stack


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1/2 w $5 bring in
$200 - $1,00 buy in

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