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WGV Poker Page

This is a restricted page.

Not applicable to residents outside  of WGV

Reserved for our WGV Residents Only

Limited Access only


This page is not intended for public use. 

If you have reached this page by accident please click here.*

We operate our games under the Florida Penny Ante Games Statute so we can not advertise or post our schedules.

If you are interested in our private games, Click Here!*


These are private games for the recreational enjoyment of WGV residents ONLY and their guests

These games are not intended for the serious poker player.

They are not open to the public.

They are social activities for our WGV Residents Only.

You are not going to win a lot of money here.

 If you are looking for a serious game I suggest heading up to the Best Bet Poker Room in Jacksonville or the Dog Track in Daytona.

The information on this page is not for public use.

This information is for our private members and not to be construed as any form of advertisement or an attempt to solicit anyone for our games.

No firearms or weapons are permitted in the Poker Room.





The Florida Statutes

Title XLVI


Chapter 849.085



Florida Statute 849.085 Certain penny-ante games not crimes; restrictions.

849.085Certain penny-ante games not crimes; restrictions.
(1) Notwithstanding any other provision of law, it is not a crime for a person to participate in a game described in this section if such game is conducted strictly in accordance with this section.
(2) As used in this section:
(a) “Penny-ante game” means a game or series of games of poker, pinochle, bridge, rummy, canasta, hearts, dominoes, or mah-jongg in which the winnings of any player in a single round, hand, or game do not exceed $10 in value.
(b) “Dwelling” means residential premises owned or rented by a participant in a penny-ante game and occupied by such participant or the common elements or common areas of a condominium, cooperative, residential subdivision, or mobile home park of which a participant in a penny-ante game is a unit owner, or the facilities of an organization which is tax-exempt under s. 501(c)(7) of the Internal Revenue Code. The term “dwelling” also includes a college dormitory room or the common recreational area of a college dormitory or a publicly owned community center owned by a municipality or county.


(3) A penny-ante game is subject to the following restrictions:
(a) The game must be conducted in a dwelling.
(b) A person may not receive any consideration or commission for allowing a penny-ante game to occur in his or her dwelling.
(c) A person may not directly or indirectly charge admission or any other fee for participation in the game.
(d) A person may not solicit participants by means of advertising in any form, advertise the time or place of any penny-ante game, or advertise the fact that he or she will be a participant in any penny-ante game.
(e) A penny-ante game may not be conducted in which any participant is under 18 years of age.
(4) A debt created or owed as a consequence of any penny-ante game is not legally enforceable.


(5) The conduct of any penny-ante game within the common elements or common area of a condominium, cooperative, residential subdivision, or mobile home park or the conduct of any penny-ante game within the dwelling of an eligible organization as defined in subsection (2) or within a publicly owned community center owned by a municipality or county creates no civil liability for damages arising from the penny-ante game on the part of a condominium association, cooperative association, a homeowners’ association as defined in s. 720.301, mobile home owners’ association, dwelling owner, or municipality or county or on the part of a unit owner who was not a participant in the game.


g) A cardroom operator may refuse entry to or refuse to allow any person who is objectionable, undesirable, or disruptive to play, but such refusal may not be on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, marital status, physical handicap, or age, except as provided in this section.