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Paddy's Corner

by Padraig Parkinson |  Published: May 01, 2010


Like Old Times People seem to think something amazing has happened when a 22-year-old wins a tournament these days. Given the fact that the average age these days is about 22-and-a-half, it would be amazing if one of them didn’t. I played the Omaha tournament at the recent Euro Finals of Poker in Paris and pretty deep into the event, I was sitting beside Benji, a French player I’ve known for years who stands out like a beacon due to his laid back attitude and wonderful gallows sense of humour. He announced at one stage that six players at the table had at least 20 years experience each and that was after we’d lost Ali, who’s put in more table hours than God. He went on to say that even though they were a lot of chips on the table, there was a better chance of getting a hundred years ...

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