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The Scoop -- David Grey

by The Scoop |  Published: Jun 11, 2009


David Grey was born and raised in New York, and he moved to Las Vegas in 1984 and quickly realized that poker could be a lucrative career. He’s been playing professionally for about two decades, and has competed in the biggest live cash games. He also was a member of the famous “Corporation,” a group of players who put their bankrolls together to play billionaire banker Andy Beal in heads-up games. Grey sat down with Adam and Diego recently and told them the story of how the famous challenge began. David Grey: Andy Beal was playing $80-$160 hold’em [at Bellagio], and I was sitting in the poker room at an empty table next to him. No one knew who he was, or anything. He seemed like a regular guy, and casually asked, “Does anyone play any higher around here?” There was a doctor playing at his table, and he pointed ...

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