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Worst Poker Related Jobs

17 February 2010 , By: compncards
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What is the worst job one could have in poker? Many would think that a dealer job would be scraping the bottom of the barrel, but there may be some people at work with worse jobs. #5. Jerry Yang's Agent I am not certain, but I don't think this position was ever actually filled. His lack of doing.
Categories: Jamie Gold, Jerry Yang, Russ Hamilton

Top 10 Women in Poker

16 February 2010 , By: compncards
I figured that I would make a top 10 female list as well, but containing the top 10 women that can actually play poker as opposed to the top 10 that guys wish they could play with. (Stats pulled from Hendon Mob. ) #10 - Barbara Enright - $1. 344 Million I personally know Barbara and can tell you she is one of the classiest ladies you will ever play with at the tables.
Categories: Kathy Liebert, Women In Poker

Clonie Gowen Lawsuit Dismissed and Full Flush Acting the Fool

3 13 February 2010 , By: compncards
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It looks like the lawsuit filed by Clonie Gowen against Full Tilt Poker has been dismissed. A couple of different sites are reporting that a motion to dismiss was filed by the group of defendants on February 10th and that motion has been granted. Gowen had been seeking $40 Million in damages after claiming that she was promised 1% of the company as part of a sponsorship deal. What can we take away from this folks? Get everything in writing.
Categories: Clonie Gowen, Full Flush, Luke Schwartz

Stout Makes Another Tunica Final Table and Isildur1 Still Losing

2 12 February 2010 , By: compncards
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Pokerjunkie friend Matt "AllInAt420" Stout recently made the final table for the 2nd straight year in the Main Event of the WSOP Circuit event in Tunica, MS. I was on hand in 2009 when he made his final table run and ultimate 3rd place finish. This year, both he and his buddy Paul Wasicka (yes, as in 2006 WSOP Main Event runner-up) made the final. Matt didn't quite make it as far as last year, finishing 7th, but Wasicka took down the event for $139,442.

Bernard Lee Recevies Casino Sponsorship Deal

1 10 February 2010 , By: compncards
Foxwoods Casino has signed a "celebrity" poker pro to serve as their official poker ambassador. Who did they choose? Bernard Lee. What? Are you serious? Out of all the poker pros that are out there that could be signed to a sponsorship deal, they pick him? Don't get me wrong, Lee has done well for himself since finishing 13th in the 2005 WSOP, but in the last year or more he hasn't really done much of anything. It seems to me that there are a lot of other players that deserve a shot a casino sponsorship over him.
Categories: Bernard Lee, Carlos Mortensen
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