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THE NOVEMBER NINE – or – THINNER BEE VENOM

by John Vorhaus |  Published: Oct 30, 2013

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Every year about this time, poker players and poker fans all over the world start to get excited about the November Nine and their titanic clash at the final table of the World Series of Poker. I get excited, too, but for a totally different reason. For others, it’s a chance to watch the best of the best compete, and maybe lay a bean or two on the outcome. For me, it’s a chance to break out the ol’ anagram generator and see what hidden meaning lies in the players’ names. In other words, it’s time again for anagram madness – or man a danger mass, as the case may be. We start in seat one with Sylvain Loosli, whose name is kind of a joke in and of itself. “How does he play?” “How does who play?” “Loosli.” “That’s how he plays.” “Who?” “No, Who’s on first.” But with ...


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