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Ben Affleck  was tutored by Annie Duke, Affleck has been kicking more ass at the poker table than he has at the theaters, he recently won first place and $356,400 in the $10,000 buy-in tournament at the Commerce Casino. His final opponent was profesional player Stan Goldstein. After the tourney, Affleck said he got lucky and complimented Goldstein as a great player. He also said he was happy that he didn’t win by sucking out on someone and showed people he actually had some poker skills. Affleck has been a semi-serious student of the game for quite some time but it wasn't until after Annie Duke taught him that he really took his game to a new level.     Ben Affleck was tutored by Annie Duke, Affleck has been kicking more ass at the poker table than he has at the theaters, he recently won first place and $356,400 in the $10,000 buy-in tournament at the Commerce Casino. His final opponent was profesional player Stan Goldstein. After the tourney, Affleck said he got lucky and complimented Goldstein as a great player. He also said he was happy that he didn’t win by sucking out on someone and showed people he actually had some poker skills. Affleck has been a semi-serious student of the game for quite some time but it wasn't until after Annie Duke taught him that he really took his game to a new level.

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WSOP 2004
   I was playing in a single table satellite the other day, the players at the next table had just made a $20 ?last longer? bet (the player lasting the longest gets the $20 from each of the other players in the pool). One of the players announced that he has last longer bets all the time with his girlfriend, he said she always wins. Today is the media event, I might be playing, but it?s going to be a FAST tournament so if I end up winning it?s unlikely I?ll be claiming how clever I was, more likely how lucky I was. It?s all for charity, no entry fee and some added prize money going to the charity of your choice. It should be fun. And then tomorrow is Day 1, the first day of the final event, all I have to do is beat 2,399 players over the next 7 days and I?ll have a nice new piece of jewelry. Hey, it could happen.


WSOP 2004
   I don't want to play with cheats, I want them barred, maybe it's time to have a case go to court so a precedent can be set. I have made a suggestion that a list should be kept of players given penalties (and what the penalty was for) at WSOP, and similarly at all other events, and possibly even across events running under Tournament Director Association (TDA) rules, so that the first time the player is given a time penalty, the second time he gets barred. If this was made clear up front in the rules it might be a good start to combating collusion. Yesterday my friend drove into town, driving through the night and 36 hours with no sleep was not enough of a deterrent so off we went the California to take another shot at the full pay deuces. This time the Hawaiian gods knew not to mess with me, we got wild royals, 5 of a kinds, 4 of a kinds hand after hand after hand, and then finally the mystical four deuces, for a profit of $400 in one hour. Not to mention a whole bunch of free drinks!


2003 World Series of Poker - Day 3
   Paul opens for 5000 on the button. The BB raises him 12,000 and he calls. The flop comes KQJ with two clubs. The BB moves in for 35,000 and Paul doesn't hesitate, he calls and turns over the 45 of clubs!! The BB is visibly upset. He knows that he has about a 35% chance of getting bounced from the tournament. After a club falls on the turn, he has a 100% chance of getting sent to the rail. And, Paul is now sitting on about 120,000. My cards turn ice cold for about an hour. I try to mix it up a little, but I can't get any thing going. I am down to a 125,000 when Chan limps in from UTG. He has hardly played a pot all day- maybe the cameras are affecting him, after all- and he certainly hasn't done any limping. I look down at 88 on the button, and am very suspicious.




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Greg Raymer is the 2004 World Series of Poker champion. He is a married patent attorney whose nickname    Greg Raymer is the 2004 World Series of Poker champion. He is a married patent attorney whose nickname "Fossilman" comes from the fossils he uses as card protectors at the table. Like second place finisher David Williams, and 2003 WSOP winner Chris Moneymaker, Gregory Raymer won his entry on Pokerstars.Greg defeated a record field of 2576 players. He won $5 million dollars for his first place finish which is the single largest cash prize for a poker tournament. He commented that he played the best poker he has ever played and he got lucky. When I contacted him, Greg gave me some great info about the tournament and the road to his victory.Although he won his seat by playing online, he was planning on playing in the event regardless. This was his third year in a row that he played in the main event. "In 2002, I did very well until I got all my money in preflop with AsQs and lost to Tony D's T4o. I finished about 80th.

Gus Hansen is a name most people know because of his success on the World Poker Tour. During the first season alone he made final tables at the Bellagio Casino and the Commerce Casino, and he won both events. He also won the Pokerstars Caribbean Poker Adventure and The Bad Boys of Poker WPT event in the second season. I have only briefly met Gus, but he is still one of my top ten tournament players because he plays No Limit so well. He showed in these events what No Limit Holdem is all about. It's not about playing the cards; it is about playing the players. He puts the pressure on the other players to decide if they want to risk a substantial amount to find out if he is bluffing. He has an aggressive style with cards that others might think are unplayable. They probably are unplayable by most players, but Gus knows how to play them great. He can play weak cards because his post-flop play is excellent.   Gus Hansen is a name most people know because of his success on the World Poker Tour. During the first season alone he made final tables at the Bellagio Casino and the Commerce Casino, and he won both events. He also won the Pokerstars Caribbean Poker Adventure and The Bad Boys of Poker WPT event in the second season. I have only briefly met Gus, but he is still one of my top ten tournament players because he plays No Limit so well. He showed in these events what No Limit Holdem is all about. It's not about playing the cards; it is about playing the players. He puts the pressure on the other players to decide if they want to risk a substantial amount to find out if he is bluffing. He has an aggressive style with cards that others might think are unplayable. They probably are unplayable by most players, but Gus knows how to play them great. He can play weak cards because his post-flop play is excellent.

Johnny Chan may be poker's most well known name. He is a legend in the poker world for winning ten World Series of Poker gold bracelets, tied for the most along with Doyle Brunson. But more impressively is that two bracelets were from back to back Championship events in 1987 and 1988. Amazingly he almost won in 1989 too, but finished second to Phil Hellmuth. He is not only known by poker players, but also by movie goers for playing himself as in Rounders. The movie contained footage of Chan's victory against Erik Seidel in the 1988 World Series. Chan, nicknamed    Johnny Chan may be poker's most well known name. He is a legend in the poker world for winning ten World Series of Poker gold bracelets, tied for the most along with Doyle Brunson. But more impressively is that two bracelets were from back to back Championship events in 1987 and 1988. Amazingly he almost won in 1989 too, but finished second to Phil Hellmuth. He is not only known by poker players, but also by movie goers for playing himself as in Rounders. The movie contained footage of Chan's victory against Erik Seidel in the 1988 World Series. Chan, nicknamed "The Orient Express", flopped a straight and got Erik to move all in with a pair of queensThe nine gold bracelets from the World Series of Poker are from the two Championship events in 1987 and 1988, Limit Holdem in 1985, Seven-Card Stud in 1994, Deuce to Seven Draw in 1997, Omaha Pot Limit in 2000, No Limit Holdem and Pot Limit Holdem in 2003, and the last bracelet was from a match between previous bracelet winners.



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