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Oh Leads Day 1B

Day 1b is done and we have our final 10 players. Young Oh is leading the pack with 604,000, which puts him atop both starting flights. The player known as DD had the chip lead ...


 
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Men Of Action: Gunfighter Gambler John Wesley Hardin

by Bob Pajich | Published: Dec 17, '13

John Wesley Hardin was the second son born to a Methodist preacher near Bonham, Texas, who named him after the godfather of the Methodist church. Two things remained constant in Hardin’s short life, violence and poker. A road gambling, bon-a-fide outlaw, …

Men Of Action: Bob Stupak

by Bob Pajich | Published: Dec 03, '13

… drop out. The Polish Maverick Bob Stupak was born in Pittsburgh … : The Rise and Fall of Bob Stupak and Las Vegas’ Stratosphere … : “Chester Gets Special Curb Service.” Bob Stupak was 14 and was … , Nevada, suffered a broken leg. Bob Stupak nearly died. He broke …

Men Of Action: Johnny Moss

by Bob Pajich | Published: Nov 19, '13

“A sucker don’t ever catch on. A smart man don’t ever sleep. He’s got to keep ducking the traps.” – Johnny Moss On May 14, 1907, Johnny Moss was born in Marshall, Texas, a tiny town about 40 miles inside the state’s Eastern border with Louisiana. Town …

Men Of Action: Titanic Thompson

by Bob Pajich | Published: Sep 23, '13

As far as a pure American character, it’s hard to beat Titanic Thompson, who won and lost more than $10 million during his long life as a top-notch gambler, confidence man and hustler. While our grandfathers used wrenches, welding torches and hammers in …

Men of Action: Walter Clyde "Puggy" Pearson

by Bob Pajich | Published: Aug 25, '13

A cloud of smoke that could choke the Tennessee Valley hovered over one of the handful of men everyone seemed to know in Las Vegas in the early 1970s. His cigar tip glowed red and he had to decide what to do — either toss the jack that hung at the end of …

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Men of Action: Johnny Moss, Country Cool

by Bob Pajich |  Published: Feb 01, '14

“A sucker don’t ever catch on. A smart man don’t ever sleep. He’s got to keep ducking the traps.” – Johnny Moss On May 14, 1907, Johnny Moss was born in Marshall, Texas, a tiny town about 40 miles inside the state’s Eastern border with Louisiana. Town …

Men of Action: Gunfighter/Gambler John Wesley Hardin

by Bob Pajich |  Published: Jan 22, '14

John Wesley Hardin was the second son born to a Methodist preacher near Bonham, Texas, who named him after the godfather of the Methodist church. Two things remained constant in Hardin’s short life, violence and poker. A road gambling, bon-a-fide outlaw, …

Men of Action: Bob Stupak, Mr. Las Vegas

by Bob Pajich |  Published: Dec 25, '13

… drop out. The Polish Maverick Bob Stupak was born in Pittsburgh … : The Rise and Fall of Bob Stupak and Las Vegas’ Stratosphere … : “Chester Gets Special Curb Service.” Bob Stupak was 14 and was … , Nevada, suffered a broken leg. Bob Stupak nearly died. He broke …

Men Of Action: Johnny Moss

by Bob Pajich |  Published: Dec 11, '13

“A sucker don’t ever catch on. A smart man don’t ever sleep. He’s got to keep ducking the traps.” – Johnny Moss On May 14, 1907, Johnny Moss was born in Marshall, Texas, a tiny town about 40 miles inside the state’s Eastern border with Louisiana. Town …

Men of Action: Walter “Puggy” Pearson

by Bob Pajich |  Published: Nov 01, '13

A cloud of smoke that could choke the Tennessee Valley hovered over one of the handful of men everyone seemed to know in Las Vegas in the early 1970s. His cigar tip glowed red and he had to decide what to do — either toss the jack that hung at the end of …

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