Super DUPR Fridays

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July 14, 2023 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Ching
Phone: 316-990-2852
The Pickle Club
Address: (formerly Nahola) 5228 W Central, Wichita, KS

Friday night DUPR Round Robin at the Pickle Club. Max 10 players.

  • 1st place - 50 pts
  • 2nd place - 40 pts
  • 3rd place - 30 pts
  • 4th thru 10th place - 10 pts

Player with the most points at the end of 4-week session wins a FREE 3-month membership to the Pickle Club.

Cost:

  • The Pickle Club members - $15
  • Non-members - $20

Register at thepickleclubwichita.com.

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