Friday, September 13, 2013

STRIP POKER COMES TO BRIDGEPORT NIGHT CLUB

WITH THE BLESSING OF THE MAYOR, STRIP POKER BECAME LEGAL TODAY IN BRIDGEPORT DRINKING ESTABLISHMENTS. OPPONENTS MARCHING OUTSIDE THE BARS WERE DISPERSED BY COURT ORDER ONCE THE GAME BECAME LEGAL AT 8 P.M.


BRIDGEPORT, MN.


Richard Head, 25, looks on in disbelief after losing
in the first round of the strip poker tournament held
 in Bridgeport at Lucky's Bar and Strip Poker Club.
The city of Bridgeport became the first city in the United States to legalize the playing of strip poker in public establishments prompting Lucky's Bar in downtown Bridgeport to hold it's first strip poker tournament on Friday night.  Lucky's owners obtained  the required license earlier in the day and changed their establishments name to Lucky's Bar and Strip Poker Club.

As expected, a huge crowd showed up Friday evening for the free wiener and melon feed that preceded the beginning of the strip poker tournament.  Mayor Ben Dover was on hand to cut the ribbon to get things rolling and act as an official observer. 
The first round began promptly at 8:01 with three tables of four players at each table.  The rules were standard five card stud rules except with deuces, threes, and Jacks wild.
Mayor Ben Dover second from right gets
ready to cut the ribbon at Lucky's Bar
and Strip Poker Club as owners Walt and
Iris Pimpleton look on.
The rules of strip poker were followed with clothing used in place of poker chips.  Richard Head, 25, of Bridgeport had the distinction of becoming the tournament's first loser after he lost all his clothes in six hands.  He spent the rest of the evening sitting on a bench shaking his head in disbelief as his wife and sister-in-law sat nearby giggling. 
Meanwhile local clergy hope to find a way to stop the strip poker playing saying the rules of stud poker are not being followed making it an illegal card game.  OFF THE WALL NEWS will follow up on the findings and file a report.


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