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Hand History Time Capsule: Jamie Gold Talks His Way To A Title

Jamie Gold Talks His Way to a Title

by Julio Rodriguez |  Published: Jun 15, 2011


In this new series, “Hand History Time Capsule,” Card Player digs up memorable hands to help you relive, or perhaps discover for the first time, pivotal situations from some of poker’s most exciting moments. Jamie Gold takes a lot of flack for his table talk during his run to the 2006 World Series of Poker main event title, but the former television producer was simply doing what he did best, selling himself to his opponents. On the way to navigating through the 8,773-player field, Gold repeatedly bluffed pros and got paid off big when players finally decided to look him up. Here is a brief look at the series of hands that helped catapult Gold to poker’s biggest tournament score of all time. Gold Talks Friedman Out of a Good Call No other hand did a better job of demonstrating Gold’s playing style than when he faced off against Prahlad ...

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