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  Original Published: 7/17/2013  Bartending isn't just about pouring drinks.   For these guys, it's also about doing it with style.    And Monday night, they faced off to see which bartender had the most flair.     It was all part of a contest at a San Antonio bar.    This was the fourth year the Miami Bar hosted the Texas Flair Bartending Challenge.   People from as far away as Argentina and Austria came to show off their skills.   "It's my first competition, everybody's like, 'you're going to drop, you're going to drop.' If I do, it's my first competition and I'll learn from it," says competitor Jose Casas.   "It's kind of like two passions at once. It's great to be on stage and do something you love and you're able to entertain people with, and at the same time, I get a chance to see the world," says competitor Rodrigo Delpech.   The competition's organizer told local new station KSAT, 20 people competed in this year's event.
   
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