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WSOP Final Table

by Roy Winston |  Published: Nov 09, '08

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The WSOP Final table played from 9 to 2 players today over about 12 hours. For Dennis it started a little rough, losing several hands early. He did rally before going out 3rd and ending play for the day and leaving Peter Eastgate and Ivan Demidov to play heads up tomorrow. I sat on the stage next to Hevad Kahn and Chris Ferguson. We discussed hands throughout the day that I found interesting.
It was a whole lot of fun and I have to applaud Harrah's effort to bring about positive change.
On another positive note I got a call from Mike Matusow tonight who is chip leader with 10 players left at Foxwoods. We discussed several of the key hands he played and I always enjoy talking with him. I am hopeful that he will finish strong and win.
I will be on the Fox 5 morning show on Tuesday, then off to New York City for my Mother's Birthday. I am going to take the next couple of weeks off from live poker, but will play the FTOP's events. My next event will most likely be the December Bellagio series.
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Roy Winston finished 16th in 2007 Card Player, Player of the Year race. He won the WPT Borgata Poker Open and finished the year with well over $2 million in tournament poker winnings. Roy plays online exclusively at Full Tilt. For more information on Roy Winston, you can visit his website: www.oraclepoker.net or send an email to: winstonpoker@yahoo.com with your questions or comments. The contents presented herein on this blog are purely the opinions of Roy Winston, and are not intended to reflect or promote the opinions of any other person, group, or entity. If you like what I write than thanks for reading, and if not well, thanks anyway.

 
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