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Joe_Cortese commented on Poker Pro Jonathan Duhamel Attacked in Home
It is unconscionable that these thugs could beat someone so badly after he gave them what they "wanted". If they "wanted" the bracelet as a target in advance, then it will probably never be recovered. If the bracelet is not recovered within a certain period ...
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Dec 24, 2011
Joe_Cortese commented on Re-Entry Tournaments -- Good or Bad for Poker?
Wolfed, I completely agree - there is absolutely nothing wrong with rebuy/add-on tournaments. However, a re-entry is a completely different casino product, that provides a completely different set of money management and skill set strategies a player can deploy. These are similar formats, but completely ...
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Dec 14, 2011
Joe_Cortese commented on Re-Entry Tournaments -- Good or Bad for Poker?
Hi Drago, Who cares how much money a casino makes, as long as the situation in question provides a level playing filed for all the players? Any tournament is just as level a playing field with a re-entry as it is without. A player will ...
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Dec 11, 2011
Joe_Cortese commented on Re-Entry Tournaments -- Good or Bad for Poker?
Re-entry tournaments are clearly good for poker. In the right tournament with the right structure and buy-in range, a re-entry is a must. Aside from the concept being as rewarding, exciting and innovative as the recent WSOP's development of live time delay hole cards, it ...
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Dec 10, 2011
Joe_Cortese commented on $2.5K MGM Main Event Part One
The point is that the game has/is evolived/ing. And the author exemplifies how that very process is taking place. If you don't understand or don't want to understand what she is saying, then you are living in denial. Living in denial is a one way ...
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Nov 03, 2011
Joe_Cortese commented on A Poker Life -- Will Failla
It's often the case that most poker celebrities that rise to notoriety do so as a result of a unique abberation or extended lucky hot streak. As a result many of them tend to be one dimensional and often quite boring, with minimal contributions to ...
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Oct 29, 2011
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