News and events from the North Dakota region. The original since 2005.
League player Jim Scherer who plays out of the Bison Turf was the lucky winner in the April's perfect attendance drawing. For just showing up at the Bison Turf in Fargo, ND all four weeks in April, Jim won 100 scratch poker cards. Jim and his wife furiously scratched off the tickets before league play, but 100 was a lot to go through so he even gave some to everyone that showed up last night to help him.
May's perfect attendance drawing will before a seat into the Golden Ticket's National Championship. Don't miss out.
This past weekend players from all over the state of North Dakota gathered to take their chance of qualifying for the "Vegas or Bust" National Championship. Up for grabs were ten spots with the top five winning the bonus of an airfare allowance and hotel accommodations. In the end there were ten brand new champions!
Bob Rice - Hooterville Bar, Minot
Daryl Braun - Knights of Columbus, Jamestown
Chris Sanders - M&J Saloon, West Fargo
Lori Fugelstad - Pit Stop, Clifford
Dave Gray - Reza's Pitch, Bismarck
Mark Kaffer - Big Lounge, Beulah (right)
Paul Larson - The Bowler, Fargo (left)
Stuart Paulson - At the Hop, Langdon (middle)
Blake Sandmeier - The Bowler, Fargo (2nd from right)
Ted Bjornstad - Gordy's, Cando (2nd from left)
Lonnie Hillen of Fargo, ND recently scratched off four tens to qualify for the Vegas or Bust National Championship on July 4th. Lonnie took all seven attempts to get the quad tens, but in the end it worked as he becomes the 15th qualifier for the Vegas or Bust National Championship.
Rick Adams from Dilworth, MN locked in his spot at the Vegas or Bust National Championship by taking down the JC Corral's Super TOC. This was the second promotion in a row Rick has won JC's Super TOC going back to back. Dan Craft (pictured) from Fargo, ND won his spot in the Vegas or Bust National Championship by taking down the Bowler's Super TOC. Way to go guys!!!
Jeff Sickler from Dickinson, ND has made the Vegas or Bust National Championship an even dozen by scratching off four eights. It took all seven attempts, but he still got it done and now will be qualified to play in the National Championship in Las Vegas on Wednesday, July 4th.