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When first starting out a playing poker that even the best players are going to make mistakes and through these a person can learn to become a better player. However when it comes to playing any kind of poker game whether it be a local poker tournament or an online one you need to know where to find them first.

I suppose the best place to start looking for them is on the internet. There are hundreds of sites that are now devoted to all forms of poker and which can provide you with news and information relating to the various tournaments that are taking place. Just by typing into Google “Where to find local poker tournaments” you will be amazed at the number of results that appear on the screen in front of you. There will be sites that list tournaments for a particular area of the USA or there are sites which offer a list of all tournaments that are taking place right across the USA and around the world also.

Every site that provides this information you will find that they provide you with dates, times and the places where the tournaments will be taking place along with contact details of those who are running them.

However if you are someone who is considering in taking part in these face to face type of poker games it is important that you have learnt and played the game as much as possible before you start paying fees to gain entry into them. Although we need to learn by our mistakes it is best if you learn these mistakes through taking part in say free poker games online where you are not actually having to risk your own money whilst taking part in them.

When it actually comes to finding a local poker tournament can often be quite a challenge but there are such sites as Find Poker Pal, Home Poker Games and Chip Sharks which have a whole list of places in the area where you live that are holding poker tournaments.

What you can see from above is that not longer is a person restricted to having to play poker either online or going to places outside of the area where they live in order to take part in a tournament. Instead with a few clicks of the mouse they can soon find a whole host of local poker tournaments for them to take part in close to where they live.

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