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SpencerTracey commented on Online Poker: Galfond, Blom In $240,000 Pot
J974 of hearts?...wow, would never have guessed that would have been Galfond's hand.
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Mar 17, 2014
SpencerTracey commented on Rafael Nadal To Play First Live Poker Event
Unless he's injured or retired at the time, there is zero chance Rafa will ever play in the WSOP.
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Nov 21, 2013
SpencerTracey commented on VIDEO: Full Episode Of 'Poker Night On Wall Street'
That was painful to watch...
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Oct 28, 2013
SpencerTracey commented on The Most Amazing Poker Chip Stacking Ever?
Both are impressive but I'd have to give the edge to the card stacker.
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Oct 02, 2013
SpencerTracey commented on Wall Street Heavyweights Play $50,000 Charity Poker Tournament Tuesday Night
$50k buy-in and it only raised $300k? Does not compute.
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Jul 24, 2013
SpencerTracey commented on Peter Jetten: 'If I Won $10 Million In A Poker Tournament I Would Try To Run It Up To $100 Million'
He's a wicked poker player but that 2c prop bet was not too smart. "It must have been the 2s"....LOL.
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May 30, 2013
SpencerTracey commented on Hellmuth Shows Up To Tournament Via Boat And Dressed Like Someone From 'Eyes Wide Shut'
Phil has always been of the opinion that poker needs some showmanship and that he is in a position to provide it. I find people's opinions on this will usually (unfairly?) help build their opinion of Hellmuth as a man.
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Mar 29, 2013
SpencerTracey commented on High-Stakes Poker Player Bob Voulgaris Described As 'World's Top NBA Gambler'
He is indeed an astute 'capper. A shame he's such an obnoxious MFer.
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Feb 26, 2013
SpencerTracey commented on World Series Of Poker Makes 'Ladies' Event $10K Buy-In, Gives Women $9K Discount
Why stop there? If they really want to firmly discourage male participation, they should just make it a $20k buy-in and half goes to charity. Regardless, great idea WSOP.
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Feb 14, 2013
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