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Winding Up the Series

A brief recap

by Todd Brunson |  Published: Aug 20, 2010

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This year’s World Series of Poker seemed like it was going to be a good one. I drew blood straightaway in the first event I played, $1,500 Omaha eight-or-better. It was only a $4,300 cash, but it was a nice way to get things going. Little did I know that it was going to be a long, uphill battle. I wouldn’t cash again for more than three weeks! I did have a mini unofficial cash in the meantime. It was no big deal, but it was kind of interesting to those who believe in ESP. You see, I woke up early on the day of the no-limit hold’em shootout. Daniel Negreanu had picked me in one of his pools, and I had missed the money by fewer than five spots in two events in a row. I was texting with Daniel about how close I had come and the bad ...


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