News and events from the North Dakota region. The original since 2005.

ND Suffers a Big Loss

Dean leingangThe state of North Dakota suffered a big loss this past weekend when we lost a great poker player in Dean Leingang. Dean had been playing in FPN since the days it started just as the Dakota Poker League. He was regularly seen around the tables at many bars in the Bismarck/Mandan area. Dean has won multiple state championships and been to Vegas many times with the FPN crew. He also won at nationals a couple times winning two seats in the World Series of Poker through the league at different times. His personality, smile, and table presence will be greatly missed.

Jay Johnson Wins May PA

Congratulations to Jay Johnson who plays out of the El Roco bar in Grand Forks, ND.  He was randomly selected for the May perfect attendance drawing.  Just by showing up and playing poker each Tuesday at El Roco, Jay has now qualified for the next National Championship in November.  Congrats Jay!

Mitchell Vold Wins 2 Pair or Better Drawing

Mitchell Vold from Mekinock, ND is the latest winner in the scratch poker two pair or better drawing.  Mitchell plays at the Larimore Vets Club in Larimore where he attained his card.  He scratched off trip jacks to get qualified.  His card was pulled out of the bucket to win.  There were about 200 cards in this month's drawing.  Congratulations Mitchell you are now qualified for the National Championship in Las Vegas.

Steve Garten wins National TOC

Steve Garten who is a familiar face around the Fargo Moorhead area was the big winner this past Sunday in the National TOC tournament.  Steve took the tournament down to become qualified for the National Championship in Las Vegas on June 7th.  Congratulations Steve!

Dean Kerzmann Wins Dec. Drawing

Dean Kerzmann from Bismarck, ND was drawn for the two pair or better drawing.  Dean turned in a pair of aces and ten's to get qualified.  He will now be spending part his summer in Las Vegas at the National Championship.  Congrats Dean.

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