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Jose Canseco Loses a Finger, While Daniel Colman Wags One at Hellmuth

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020



Resigned MLB star Jose Canseco lost a finger (again) within a poker tournament last week.

Jose Canseco was the figure that is central a weekend for the poker world which was filled with fingers: some lost, some pointed at prominent names in the poker community. In Canseco’s case, he seemingly have lost the finger that is same the next time in of a month, something which few people (with any luck) will ever get to experience.

In belated October, Canseco ended up being in the news for inadvertently shooting himself in the hand. In accordance with Canseco, the incident happened while he was cleaning his weapon in their kitchen. He ended up shooting their hand, which then must be surgically reattached. It appears some surgeons are more skilled than other people at digital fixes, however.

Finger Comes Off During Poker Tournament

According to a tweet sent down by Canseco on Friday, nevertheless, the finger became detached once more while he was playing in a poker tournament Thursday evening.

‘ I happened to be playing in a poker tournament last night and my little finger dropped of,’ Canseco tweeted. ‘Someone took a video of it.’

Fortunately, Canseco didn’t post that video, though there was at least one expected image of his finger before it dropped off. As gruesome while the event may sound, however, Canseco said that this outcome may have been unavoidable from the time he shot himself.

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Jorryt Van Hoof Leads as WSOP Final Table Down to Three

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020



Favorite Jorryt van Hoof will go fully into the WSOP Final Table finale as chip frontrunner tonight, as three players battle for the $10 million prize that is first.

The World variety of Poker table that is final down to three players, with Dutchman Jorryt van Hoof finishing yesterday’s play as he started, with the chip lead and bossing the table around.

And despite Phil Hellmuth’s once disparaging remark about ‘Northern European idiots,’ three players hailing through the upper part of that very landmass that is continental bagged themselves gold, silver and bronze in this race, with the final great American hope, Will Tonking from New Jersey, bowing away gracefully in fourth.

Joining van Hoof tonight to try out for the biggest title in poker will be Sweden’s Martin Jacobson, who has 64.75 million in chips, and Norway’s Felix Stephensen, with 46.1 million. Van Hoof, meanwhile, has a by-no-means chip that is insurmountable of 89.6 million. Tonight, the players will compete for the top prize of $10 million and also the title of World Champion.

Déjà vu

November Nine play started out cagily, as you may expect for a competition with huge amount of money at stake by which a few of the pay jumps could purchase you a home or two. In fact, it took 12 hours to whittle nine straight down to three. The very first elimination, whenever it came, was extraordinary, in so it was Mark Newhouse, the guy who finished nint [more…]

Jorryt Van Hoof Leads as WSOP Final Table Down to Three

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020



Favorite Jorryt van Hoof will go in to the WSOP Final Table finale as chip frontrunner tonight, as three players battle for the $10 million prize that is first.

The World Series of Poker table that is final down to three players, with Dutchman Jorryt van Hoof finishing yesterday’s play as he began, with the chip lead and bossing the table around.

And despite Phil Hellmuth’s once disparaging remark about ‘Northern European idiots,’ three players hailing through the upper element of that very continental landmass have bagged on their own gold, silver and bronze in this race, with the very last great American hope, Will Tonking from New Jersey, bowing away gracefully in fourth.

Joining van Hoof tonight to try out for the biggest title in poker will likely be Sweden’s Martin Jacobson, who has 64.75 million in chips, and Norway’s Felix Stephensen, with 46.1 million. Van Hoof, meanwhile, has a by-no-means insurmountable chip lead of 89.6 million. Tonight, the players will compete for the prize that is top of10 million and the title of World Champion.

Déjà vu

November Nine play started off cagily, as you could expect for the tournament with millions of dollars at stake by which a number of the pay jumps could purchase you a house or two. In fact, it took 12 hours to whittle nine straight down to three. Initial elimination, when it came, was extraordinary, in that it ended up being Mark Newhouse, the guy who co [more…]