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WPT - The Faces Behind The Cards - Part I


The Players

Here are just a few of the fascinating poker faces you will see during the tournaments of Travel Channel's World Poker Tour. As these quick personality sketches attest, the competitive field is definitely changing. It's not just a man's world, and if you thought the game was an all-American pass-time, take a look at the talent from Costa Rica, Switzerland, Vietnam and England.

DOYLE BRUNSON, a Texas native who now calls Las Vegas home, is a poker Hall of Famer with eight world championship bracelets in his collection. One of the elder statesmen of the sport, he intends to keep playing until he's 80 — and that gives him ten more years until retirement.

ALAN GOEHRING has played in a number of major final tables, but always seems to come up short of the title, finishing as a runner up at 3 major tournaments. Alan is a retired junk bond analyst and trader who says his motivation for playing tournament poker is for the fun, not the money.

KIRILL GERASIMOV had only 18 months of poker experience before the World Poker Tour Championship, though he must be a prodigy as he won the European Heads Up title last year. From Moscow, Russia, Kirill earned his seat in this event by winning a $180 satellite. A former insurance agent, he learned to play by reading fellow final table player Doyle Brunson's book.

PHIL IVEY is originally from California, but he now calls Atlantic City home. Phil is sometimes called the Tiger Woods of poker, though it is a moniker he is somewhat uncomfortable with. "Tiger is the best at his game. I'm not there, yet." But his intense focus and an uncanny ability to read opponents and "feel" hands might make the comparison to the golf master an eventual inevitability.

JAMES HOEPPNER is a Las Vegas CPA and an accomplished player on the tournament circuit. He most recently won the No Limit Hold 'Em event at the Legends of Poker championships last year. James only learned about the WPT Championship 2 weeks prior to the event and split the entry fee with a buddy.

TED FORREST is well known in the professional poker circles as an ultra-high stakes player. He has both won and lost over a million dollars in single sessions of poker. Ted is a very aggressive player at the table, and is notorious for taking bets on dares away from the table as well. Ted lists Doyle Brunson as one of his idols.

CHRIS BIGLER of Fislisbach, Switzerland, was a businessman until he discovered his true calling — poker — just five years ago on a trip to Vegas. He's already made it to more than one World Poker Tour final table.

HUMBERTO BRENES has been called the "godfather of the Costa Rican players." Known for his Latin charm and grace, Brenes has an outstanding tournament record including two world championship bracelets.

T. J. CLOUTIER of Richardson, Texas, literally wrote the book on poker; well, make that three books. He has won 51 major tournaments and is the leading all-time money winner at the world championships. He'd like to "bar all bad actors at the table."

ANNIE DUKE is a familiar face at final tables. This Montana mom of three is a doctoral candidate in psychology who just happens to play high-stakes poker for a living.

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Posted by Dave Thursday at 9:29am

Mike Tice - Busted
Well it looks like Mike Tice is going to get a little slap on the wrist form the NFL for his ticket scalping practice. An NFL investigation into the ticket-scalping has found evidence that Minnesota Vikings coach Tice violated league policy.

Commissioner Paul Tagliabue, speaking at a news conference, said he would discipline Tice soon for his handling of Super Bowl tickets, but did not specify when. Tagliabue said the discipline likely would include fines for reselling tickets, but no suspension.

Tice was being investigated for heading up a ticket-scalping operation within the Vikings organization that included assistant coaches and some players.

Posted by Q Thursday at 9:09am

Cheerleader Bill in Texas Approved by Committee

Is Texas this far removed from society that they have to waste their time in politics on this? Unbelievable. This is quite possibly the stupidest thing I've ever heard. A bill that would ban “suggestive cheerleading” at all Texas high school athletic events was approved by a Texas House Committee on Tuesday. It calls for a ban on cheerleaders, drill teams, dance squads and other such groups from performing what's described as a “sexually suggestive manner” at any school-sponsored or sanctioned event. The bill doesn't actually define what "sexually suggestive" means, but the line for the job of Official State Cheerleader Inspector" is growing. Can anyone hold my place in line? Full Story

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Posted by Gregg Thursday at 8:49am

Bo Knows Steroids?

Go get em Bo!! Don't take this crap from some no name!!! Bo Jackson filed a defamation lawsuit Wednesday against a California newspaper that quoted a dietary expert who said the former two-sport star used steroids.

The lawsuit was filed in Cook County against the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, MediaNews Group Inc., MediaNews Group Interactive, Inc., sports writer Jim Mohr, who is now sports editor, and three other employees of the newspaper.

Posted by Gregg Thursday at 8:39am

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Lets get at it shall we? Ever wanted to know how the whole horse race gambling thing worked? Well now is your chance to learn. Check back over the next week for our updating lesson in how to gamble on the horses.

Part 2 - Quinella Betting

In the Quinella, you must pick the horses that finish first and second. Either one can be first and the other one second. This bet functions exactly the same as the "Exacta Box". Although the Quinella has the same function as the "Exacta Box" the payoff can vary substantially. You must remember that there is no such wager of an exacta box, it is really two separate bets on one ticket. The Quinella wagers are entered into their own pool separate from the exacta pool. Not all tracks offer the Quinella wager, but to the best of my knowledge all tracks accept the term exacta box where ever the exacta wager is offered. If both the Quinella and Exacta wagers are offered it is wise to check the tote board before making a Quinella or Exact Box wager to see which one offers the greater payoff.

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Posted by Ciaran Thursday at 8:09am

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Everyday right here you can preview the top picks for this years big college football entry draft into the the big boys league........the NFL of course. Lets get at it. Roddy White, WR, UAB.....Could we see him go #20 to the Cowboys?

White is 6'3" and 205 pounds, so he's a big target and he put up monster numbers at Alabama-Birmingham: 71 catches, 1452 yards, 20.5 yards per catch, and 14 touchdowns. He's also got the outside speed the Cowboys need.

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The 69th Masters Begins In An Hour (or does it)

The tee times have been pushed back about an hour, but isn't that to be expected this year? Its the PGARain Tour. Another tournament, another delay. It was the fourth consecutive week that players were kept off the course because of rain. Rain and lightning have hindered the start of the opening round at The Masters, where tee times have been moved back to 10:35 a.m. ET.

The stage is set for one of the most anticipated major championships in recent memory. All that is left is for Masters history to repeat itself. Phil Mickelson is back to defend his first major championship when the 69th Masters gets under way Thursday at hallowed Augusta National Golf Club.

Here's an interesting fact to digest: Six of the last seven Masters winners were among the top 10 on the Tour in scoring average before the cut. This year, that list would include: Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods, Tim Clark, Olazabal, David Toms, Sergio Garcia, Stewart Cink, Tom Lehman and Jim Furyk. Many have suggested Augusta is a bombers' paradise. Wrong. Not after 2002, in which the course was lengthened, rough was added, bunkers repositioned and additional trees were brought in.

Thanks to those changes, putting is now the key at Augusta National. The poster child for the tougher course might be 2003 winner Mike Weir. Even before the course changes, there were a number of short-hitting, pure-putting winners: Gary Player, Larry Mize, Ben Crenshaw, Nick Faldo and Jose Maria Olazabal.

The winners' list here also reads like a "Who's Who" of golf, which is what you would expect from the tradition-rich event started by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts in 1934. Byron Nelson, Sam Snead, Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer have all donned the green jacket as champions and Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Ben Crenshaw and Fred Couples all have added to the lore of Augusta with stirring victories. Get to your TV today and watch all the action. You can still bet on the Masters - Click Here To Bet Today.

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