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World Series of Poker 2021 In Numbers – Was It A Success?

World Series of Poker 2021 In Numbers – Was It A Success?


Monday, January 10, 2022

In the 88 tournaments the 2021 WSOP saw just shy of 120,000 entries across the board (excludes the 11 online events)  $500 The Reunion: 13,000 entries$1,500 Millionaire Maker: 5,326 entries $400 Colossus: 9,399 entriesMain event: 6,650 players Against ...

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Political Betting 2022 – Political Betting Tips & Recommended Bets

Political Betting 2022 – Political Betting Tips & Recommended Bets


Friday, January 7, 2022

Recommended Bets Buy Brian Kemp for Republican Georgia Primary @ 44c (PredictIt)Back 2022 for Boris Johnson Exit @ 2.96 (Betfair)Lay (oppose) 2024 or later for Boris Johnson Exit @ 2.2 (Betfair) Back Lula da Silva for Brazilian Presidential Election @ ...

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How Much Do NBA Refs Make? – Basketball Officials' Salaries

How Much Do NBA Refs Make? – Basketball Officials’ Salaries


Tuesday, January 4, 2022

NBA referees are arguably the best officials in the world, but their pay pales in comparison to that of top-flight pro players. Where elite NBA players can make up to $50 million annually, pro basketball officials are estimated to ...

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What Ever Happened to Guy Laliberté? – Where Is The Whale Now?

What Ever Happened to Guy Laliberté? – Where Is The Whale Now?


Sunday, January 2, 2022

One of the wonderful things about poker is that it attracts people from all walks of life. From broke students to eccentric billionaires, the game is open to everyone. Guy Laliberté, the founder of the famous Cirque du Soleil, clearly belongs to ...

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José “Girah” Macedo Poker Scandal

José “Girah” Macedo Poker Scandal


Thursday, December 30, 2021

The stories of poker prodigies have always been very popular in the poker community. Hearing how the likes of Tom Dwan or Annette Obrestad came out of nowhere and conquered the game gives hope to everyone else that they ...

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The Dangers Of The Oversimplification Fallacy

The Dangers Of The Oversimplification Fallacy


Monday, December 27, 2021

Con artists understand how to weave complex concepts into simple ideas that capture the imagination of their marks, but simplicity often misleads or deliberately deceives yet people often prefer – even crave – easy-to-understand concepts. Whenever I talk for private clients or ...

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