Doyle Denies Deal With Devil

  Legendary poker player and amateur kite enthusiast Doyle Brunson publicly denies ever making a deal with the devil and says “I  met him on three occasions and would only class him as an acquaintance and not a friend.” Speculation started during a live television interview with Bruson where he started to reminisce about being a…

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Doug Polk Shunned by Poker Community

  There was violence on the streets of Las Vegas today as professional poker player and internet entrepreneur, Doug Polk, has been shunned for having the audacity to introduce a helpful website that improves players skills. The poker community had initiated the shunning after they had finally had enough of Doug Polk’s antics and decided to give him…

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Field of dreams

  “Downswing Player team devastated by low traffic to their website.” As a general sense of despair swept through the office, our editor looked across the room at his collection of Kevin Costner memorabilia, and then finally fixed his stare on his framed signed poster of the cult classic production “Field of Dreams”. His eyes then peered…

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Negreanu admits he’s a chronic gambler

A break through for psychologists last night and a possible beginning of the end for Daniel Negreanu’s massive gambling addiction. Emotions ran high on ESPN as Daniel had a nervous breakdown on live television, and finally admitted what we’ve all known for years that he can’t stop gambling particularly with Texas Holdem. The six-time bracelet winner…

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Dan Bilzerian Wins bracelet

Dan Bilzerian scoops 20 million and his first bracelet in a private tournament, on a private beach, on a private island. Dan said he was delighted with the win, and it was about time he won a bracelet and became recognized as he plays at such a high level. When asked about the specific details…

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Mike McDonald returns as T1000

Movie fans and card players alike rejoice as Mike McDonald returns to play his iconic role as the T1000, in the soon to be released re make of Terminator 2. Mike McDonald whose real name is Michael McDonald, recently cashed in at 109th place in a party poker tournament earning him a life changing $7,300,…

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