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David Singer Vol. 20, No. 8 Card Player Magazine


David Singer

by Scott Huff

David Singer made six final tables in 2005, including one on the World Poker Tour, one at the World Series of Poker, and three among the stacked fields of the Ultimate Poker Challenge. He added another WPT final table in 2006, and finished sixth in the prestigious $50,000 H.O.R.S.E. event at the ...

 
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    by CP The Inside Straight Authors

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    by Alex Henriquez

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    by Michael Kaplan

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    by Phil Hellmuth

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    by Daniel Negreanu

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    by Todd Brunson

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    by Max Shapiro

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