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WSOP Amazon Room Greetings

I’ve been “running good” at meeting people for the first time who run in the same Amazon circles. I’m referring to the faceless names I’ve heard over the years at the WSOP but have never met. Obviously, I haven’t met everyone in poker. Plus, I took a few years off from the WSOP. Yet, I […]

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WSOP Break in Vail Valley

I have several posts to write about the WSOP, including my not-so-brilliant decision to get the airport security pat-down, but this post is about my WSOP break over the past few days.   I was at the WSOP for two weeks and now I’m taking a nice break in Colorado.  I left the dry hot desert for […]

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Leaving WSOP Media Row

I’m turning in my 2011 WSOP media badge and returning to the game. I’m aware this isn’t big news to anyone but writing this sets it in stone for me. I’m excited and a little scared but this feels right in my heart. Leaving WSOP Media Row causes an internal emotional conflict for me. I’m […]

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WSOP Heads-Up: John Duthie Advances to Sweet 16

It’s Day 3 at the 2011 WSOP and, as always, the Amazon Room is freezing. However, John Duthie should be feeling hot after advancing to the Sweet 16 in the WSOP $25,000 Heads-Up Championship.  He was the first to advance in this round after defeating Carlos Mortenson.  This is the first open bracelet event at […]

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