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Players Greeted with Changes at Kansas Star Casino Poker Room

An Entrance to Kansas Star Casino, December 2012.
An Entrance to Kansas Star Casino, December 2012.Robert Kelly

January has already produced a number of changes for Kansas Star Casino's poker players in 2014. Patrons of the poker room will discover that there has been a management change, an increase in the number of tables, and a strengthening of the qualifier to hit the bad-beat jackpot.

A Late December 2012 Image of a Kansas Star Casino Entrance
A Late December 2012 Image of a Kansas Star Casino EntranceRobert Kelly

The most visible change is the increase in tables. Three tables have been added, bringing the number available to 13. Core games of the room continue to be $1-3 to $2-5 no-limit hold'em and $2-5 pot-limit Omaha.

The bad-beat jackpot qualifier has been strengthened as well. From a set full house qualifier it has been increased to any quads beaten. Jackpots should quickly increase in size due the reduced frequency of the bad-beat being hit. The jackpot drop continues to be a $1 per pot. Game rake continues to be 10% to $40 with an additional $1 when a pot reaches $100.

Doug MacKay is no longer working for Kansas Star as its poker room manager. A replacement has not yet been announced.

Kansas Star's poker room is running tournaments five days a week. Buy-ins and times vary so contact the poker room directly for details or consult Kansas Star Casino via the Bravo Poker Live app for smartphones or access on the web at www.bravopokerlive.com. Kansas Star Casino is located a few short minutes south of Wichita just off I-35.