Southern California - Inland Empire

Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
Any RCP members that mainly play in the Inland Empire of Southern California?
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  • Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    Anyone new to the group play in the Inland Empire?
  • 3acesonboard3acesonboard Red Chipper Posts: 3 ✭✭
    I used to play a lot at San Manuel but now live in Las Vegas.
  • Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    @3acesonboard that is where I play now. I also play Morongo.
  • elvis lelvis l Red Chipper Posts: 8 ✭✭
    Jaymes, Elvis here. Moved to Rancho couple months back. Are you a mainly cash, tourney or mixture of both player? Going to Vegas this summer?
  • Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    @elvis l Elvis how are you? I play mainly cash with a few tournaments mixed in here and there. I work in Fontana and live over near Yucaipa. I mainly play at Morongo & San Manuel. I am not sure if I am going to make to Vegas for the meet up but hoping to make it this summer for sure.
  • itsgoldenitsgolden Los Angeles, CARed Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    What are the blind levels, buy ins, and rake for the lowest games at Morongo and San Manuel? I want to make it out there sometime.

    I live in Los Angeles and used to play a lot in casinos but now try to stick to home games since stack sizes in casinos are so small and rake is so big.
  • Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    @itsgolden

    Morongo has:

    $1/$2 max $100 - Rake is $2 + $1 jackpot. $4 if the pot is over $25
    $1/$3 max $300 - Rake is $3 + $1 Jackpot. $5 if the pot is over $25

    San Manuel has:

    $1/$3 max $300 - Rake is $3 +$1 jackpot. $5 if pot is over $15
    $2/$5 max $500 - I am not sure about the rake on this game. I haven't played it too often.

    Both places have good action. San Manuel is much bigger and has more tables going on. They have a lot of limit games though. I enjoy both places just depends on the mood.
  • LeonardLeonard Red Chipper Posts: 248 ✭✭
    @Jaymes B
    Are you sure the drop structure is correct for San Manuel? The last time I was there it was a fixed $5 + $1 drop. I never remember the drop being changed depending on pot size. I could be wrong unless they recently changed it.

    I thought everywhere in California it was a drop not rake
  • Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    @Leonard

    Maybe you are correct but I am pretty sure that if it was above the $15 mark it increased. I will double check next time I am there.

    Whats the difference between drop and rake?
  • LeonardLeonard Red Chipper Posts: 248 ✭✭
    @Jaymes B

    So in California, (I could be wrong) but under gaming commission poker must be a drop. A drop means the price the casino takes is fixed. So the size of the pot cannot determines the price the casino takes. They can however take more money if a flop, turn or river is dealt but not the size of the pot.

    So a rake is based on the pot size. Like in Vegas it’s 10 percent up to $5. So the size of the pot will determine how much is taken out.

    So I thought San Manuel was a fixed drop at $5 $1
  • Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    I do agree with that but I also believe that the Indian Casinos have a different set of rules. I know for sure that Morongo def does a rake. @Leonard
  • SomelikeithotSomelikeithot San DiegoRed Chipper Posts: 3 ✭✭
    Hello peoples! I'm in North San Diego County, and am looking to play more. Learning-oriented home games anyone?
  • Jaymes BJaymes B Red Chipper Posts: 46 ✭✭
    @Somelikeithot I am interested if we can find enough people.

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