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Births and Weddings

by Warren Lush |  Published: Sep 01, 2009


Saturday, July 11 Day four of the World Series of Poker main event is over. It has been a busy week. For the first real time, has started sponsoring players, taking a grassroots approach by creating a team through its VIP system. Initial members are the UK’s Ian Frazer, France’s Remy Biechel, Brazil’s Felipe Ramos, and Germany’s Bodo Sbrzesny. Frazer is well known as a sixhanded specialist, Ramos cashed at one event at this year’s WSOP, while Remy is a respected French player with big side event results in major tournaments. Bodo won a rake race last year to take part in the Poker Den cash game, creating an impression by bluffing Roland De Wolfe and Barny Boatman with 7-2 and showing them — something Jesse May got very excited about in the commentary box. Already, you can see the team atmosphere building, and there is no better person ...

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