WSOP Ratings Down 16% - Gee, Big Shock
Through the first six weeks of coverage of the WSOP Main
Event on ESPN, ratings are down about 16% year over year. Watch me as I make my shocked face:
Ok, once more.
WSOP on ESPN
What Is the IPPA?!
*A televised $250K poker tournament sounds exciting. But
what kind of animal is the organizer, IPPA, really? *
*This is not Anthony Holden* *Focusing on the luxury
lifestyle* IPPA web site["/assets/Uploads/Blog/IPPA. jpg"/>
*Not really an association*
*Makes the WSOP look cheap
Daniel C*** Control His Tongue Yet Again
Remember the Ladies Event of the 2010 World Series of Poker?
If so, you probably remember it more for the men that played
in the event than the women or even the lady who won the
event. Daniel Negreanu was recently interviewed by
PokerPlayer Magazine and a question was brought up about why
the ladies event irked Daniel. He began to talk about the
men that played and then turned his attention to Annie Duke. Here is a bit of what he said:
"What irked me is that this woman has the audacity on her
website to call herself âthe best female poker player
in the worldâ.
2010 Women in Poker Hall of Fame Class Announced
The Women in Poker Hall of Fame announced their 2010 class
last week and, as I figured, my two picks were inducted into
the Hall along with someone else I never heard of. Jennifer Harman was to me an obvious choice due to the fact
that she is clearly the best all around female player on the
planet. She is the only woman to consistently play at the
high limits of Bobby's Room year in and year out and is the
only woman in history to have 2 open WSOP bracelets. Kathy Liebert is the all-time women's money winner and
clearly the best female NL Holdem tournament player on the
Women in Poker Hall of Fame
Ron Amos in Person! The Legend Exists
The 2010 WSOP Main Event Winner Lives in Quincy,
Illinois[http://www. pokerjunkie. com/2010-wsop-main-event-winner-lives-in-quincy-illinois].
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2010 WSOP Main Event,
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