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Any Two Cards has a zero tolerance policy toward cheating from it's Tournament Directors (TD), Volunteer Dealers and Players.  Cheating is defined as any manipulation of the game and/or the components of the game in order to impact the outcome, results, or standings (individual or otherwise) of the game.  Examples would include but are not limited to:

* Accepting additional poker chips above and beyond those earned through food/drink/membership purchase
* Movement of players to impact table position and chip stack
* Advance notice of upcoming cards and/or cards in play during a hand
* TD involvement in a hand impacting the results and other players play

Those found violating, aiding, or supporting cheating by Tournament Directors, Volunteer Dealers, and Players will be immediately removed from the game at hand.  Membership privileges may be suspended and/or permanently removed by an Any Two Cards Official at any time once a violation of the cheating policy has been discovered.

Tournament Roster and Points Allocation
Both registration for games and the roster are solidified at the conclusion of the first break. At that time, the roster is finalized and points will be allocated accordingly at that point. Meaning that even if a player goes out prior to break and there are less than 20 players, points will not be solidified until after the break. This allows all willing players the opportunity to earn points as long as they are signed up, present at the venue, and on the official player roster prior to the end of the first break. At that point it is the responsibility of the TD to allocate points properly based upon finishing order.

Any Two Cards Poker Membership Information
Any Two Cards Poker League offers three exciting levels of membership!
Three Levels of Membership Available! Any Two Cards offers three different levels of membership so you can be sure that you get the membership that suits you best.If you are a casual player who enjoys the game from time to time you may prefer the FREE basic membership - there is no charge or obligation to play in an Any Two Cards event! If you are more serious about the game and want to keep your deck as stacked as possible you will want to become a gold or platinum member. All the details are a click away. You can sign up at the next event and enjoy all the perks of Any Two Cards membership!