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Lederer Apology More About Negreanu Growth than Howard Remorse

25 May 2016 , By: compncards
If you follow poker at all - or at least some of the major news in the poker world - you've likely heard about the "apology" issued by former Full Tilt Poker bigwig *Howard Lederer*. If you haven't heard, head over to FullContactPoker. com and check out Daniel Negreanu's latest blog.   Negreanu chose to be the vehicle through which Lederer issued his apology for his poor oversight of Full Tilt's financial management, and when I first heard this from a third-party source I thought it was a troll by Negreanu.

If You're a Winning Poker Player and a Jerk, Don't Expect Game Invites

12 February 2016 , By: compncards
Some of you may have been following Daniel Negreanu’s posts over on Full Contact Poker about his recent high-stakes poker escapades in Las Vegas. A point I wanted to talk about is when he mentioned building relationships in order to get a seat in some of poker’s top cash games. Negreanu revealed that if you’re a winning player and a bit of a jerk, you probably won’t get invited to many of these games. Instead, relationship building is key to getting into these games.

Why I Believe Russ Hamilton's WSOP Banner Should Be Displayed

1 5 June 2012 , By: compncards
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This past Thursday, Allen Kessler tweeted the following: ‏@*AllenKessler*[https://twitter. com/#%21/AllenKessler]Guess whose *banner* magically reappeared at the *wsop*? http://pic. twitter. com/vlxWzZFU The picture tweeted was of the banner of 1994 WSOP Main Event Champion Russ Hamilton.
Categories: 1997 WSOP Main Event, Amarillo Slim, Doyle Brunson, Jamie Gold, Puggy Pearson, Russ Hamilton

Bracelet or Millions? Dwan is Taking the Money

31 May 2012 , By: compncards
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Every year at the WSOP Main Event, the question is always asked whether you would rather have the money or the WSOP bracelet. Until recent years, the answer was largely "I want the bracelet. " Now it is shifting more to the "give me the $8 Million. " So far at this year's WSOP, two faces that have not been seen at the tables are Tom Dwan and Doyle Brunson.
Categories: 2012 WSOP, Doyle Brunson, Tom Dwan
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