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We Don't Need No Stinkin Commissioner

19 November 2009 , By: compncards
seth palansky
The 2010 World Series of Poker was posted briefly online earlier in the day and then taken down. If you go over to 2+2 forums, you can take a look at what was posted. Odds are that the schedule is nowhere near accurate, but it gives you a good idea of what to expect. In an equally as interesting article in the Las Vegas Sun, Seth Palansky, the talking head of the WSOP, gave some insight into next year’s WSOP.
Categories: Jack Effel, Jeffrey Pollack, Jimmy Sommerfeld, WSOP, WSOP Commissioner

Polish a Turd, It's Still a Turd

1 18 November 2009 , By: compncards
JeffDunham 300x200
To take a line from Jeff Dunham's puppet Peanut, "Polish a turd, it's still a turd. " UltimateBet. com has officially completed their site redesign and will know be known as simply UB. This change has made complete UB's switch over to the Cereus network.

Jeffrey Pollack Out as WSOP Commissioner - Good Luck or Good Riddence?

1 15 November 2009 , By: compncards
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Jeffrey Pollack announced on Friday that he was stepping down as the commissioner of the WSOP effective immediately. In an interview given to another site, he stated that it was time to go as he normally only stays in places around 4 years. Also, he stated the split was amicable. A lot of people are sad to see Pollack's reign as commissioner end.
Categories: Jeffrey Pollack, WSOP, WSOP Commissioner

Phil Hellmuth Can Commentate Too

11 November 2009 , By: compncards
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This year’s WSOP Main Event final table broadcast was sponsored by UltimateBet and as a result, most of the commentators on the program had either a tie to UB or to the players on the broadcast. David Chicotsky was in many cased the lead announcer and did a good job for the most part. My main gripe for a lot of the coverage was that the team did not focus on the poker as much as they should have. That changed when Phil Hellmuth jumped on board and joined the group.
Categories: Phil Hellmuth, WSOP, WSOP Main Event
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