We recap some tales you could have missed together with the Excessive Stakes Poker line-up and Phil Ivey like we’ve got by no means seen him earlier than.
Doyle’s rungood continues
Optimistic information in the present day as poker legend Doyle Brunson has confirmed he has crushed most cancers for the 4th time in his life.
It appears you actually can’t hold the 87-year-old down, who simply final month was difficult Doug Polk to a heads-up combined recreation problem.
Due to everybody that despatched good needs and prayers over my operation for melanoma. Acquired an all clear from my physician in the present day. That was my 4th win🙏 towards that most cancers. Stood on the 91st psalm, my favourite.
— Doyle Brunson (@TexDolly) December 5, 2020
Excessive Stakes Poker lineup
The relaunch of Excessive Stakes Poker is only a week away and now we all know the primary lineup.
Jean-Robert Bellande, Rick Saloman, Bryn Kenney and Tom Dwan headline the primary episode at a troublesome desk.
No phrase on the stakes but however a earlier promotional video recommended that there have been $500,000 stacks on the tables.
Drumroll please!!! 🥁🥁🥁 Excessive Stakes Poker Season 8 Episode 1 lineup:
— PokerGO (@PokerGO) December 3, 2020
Ivey vs Iverson
We did not see this one coming, presumably essentially the most guarded man in poker exhibits his foolish facet in a brand new video.
Phil Ivey and NBA star Allen Iverson problem one another in a sequence of prop bets to advertise a brand new poker site.
Now that Ivey has his courtroom troubles behind him, maybe we’re going to see much more of him doing enjoyable issues like this in 2020?
I am clicking buttons
We’re a bit late to this one however it’s too good to not share, Ben Spragg displaying why he is likely one of the funniest streamers in poker (that title additionally goes to whoever edited the video):
I all the time fancied myself as a late evening TV host. pic.twitter.com/aBXum44KXG
— Spraggy (@spraggy) November 28, 2020
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