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The Scoop -- David Plastik

by The Scoop |  Published: Mar 19, 2010


With more than $2.3 million in lifetime tournament winnings in a career that spans more than a decade, David Plastik is truly one of poker’s journeymen. Once a rock ’n’ roll photographer, Plastik went from taking pictures of legendary music stars to competing against the best poker players in the world for a living. Diego Cordovez: When poker was first getting on TV and they were starting to broadcast the World Series on ESPN, you made the final table of the H.O.R.S.E. event that Doyle Brunson won, which was a huge thing, because he had not played in the World Series for a while, and he won. You almost won … David Plastik: I got third. I never should have got third. Adam Schoenfeld: You took a beat. DP: I took an insane beat. DC: You took a terrible beat and kicked a garbage can across the room, and Doyle ...

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