eBay Removes Eskimo Clark's 1999 WSOP Bracelet After Auction Closes
As most of you know, Eskimo Clark's 1999 WSOP bracelet
recently sold for $4,050 on eBay. Those that follow my blog
and Twitter also know that I was one of the bidders on the
bracelet and stopped pursuing it after the bidding exceeded
$4,000. Granted, had I known that $4,100 would have won the item, I
may have bid again. In the end, it looks like it may have
been a good thing I didn't win it as eBay sent me a notice
today stating that the item was REMOVED from eBay.
Going for My First "WSOP Bracelet"
Peter Eastgate's 2008 WSOP
bracelet[http://www. pokerjunkie. com/peter-eastgate-sells-wsop-bracelet].
Isildur1 to Play at PartyPoker's Big Game IV
Isildur1 has apparently accepted Tony G's offer to stake him
into PartyPoker's Big Game IV. It is unclear whether or not
that Isildur1 will reveal his identity to the world or wear
some type of mask to keep people guessing. However, we have
a pretty go idea of who Isildur1 is not:
Someone jokingly made a comment on one news story that Phil
was Isildur1. Hellmuth plays too rocky to be Isildur1.
Are You a Successful Poker Player?
What is a successful poker player? A couple of months back,
I was talking with someone who was trying to figure out
whether they were a winning player. They went into how many
big blinds they had won per hour and how much money they had
won and lost in different sessions. They were worried that
they were wasting their time with playing poker. My first question is one that I ask anyone that is worried
about bankrolls, turning pro, etc.