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Day 2 Comes To A Close With 59 Remaining, Poker Commentator Jesse May Among Leaders

Day 2 has come to a close here at the 2014 Paddy Power Poker Irish Open €2,250 no-limit hold’em main event. The day began with 253 players remaining from a starting field of 411, but ...


Tanking: Is it Time to Introduce a Poker Shot Clock?

by Katie Dozier |  Published: Dec 26, 2012

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In this column, Katie Dozier and her husband Collin Moshman debate strategy and current issues in the poker world. The ESPN coverage of the 2012 World Series of Poker main event final table made for interesting and exciting TV, but only for those of us firmly rooted in the poker world. The casual poker fan, however, may have been turned off by the slow pace of play which was showcased in excruciating detail by a broadcast that featured each and every unedited hand. In this edition of He Bet, She Raised, the husband and wife team debate whether or not poker should institute a shot clock. Collin Moshman: So this month, I thought we’d talk about an interesting hand I played where I tanked for over 12 minutes— Katie Dozier: Wait, what?! I don’t think there’s any time where tanking for that long is acceptable, and actually this is something ...


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