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  19-Dec-12, 07:59   #1
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Sorin888 
Joined: Apr '11
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A tweet from Boyd last weekend confirmed that he was selling one of his Bellagio bracelets with a meltdown gold value of $2,600.
Posting under the name "jacknames222", the listing has now caught the attention of the forum crowd prompting some less than flattering observations.
At present a total of zero bids have been placed, which means you could own a piece of poker bling for the reserve price of $1,500.

     
  19-Dec-12, 09:54   #2
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Mysik86 

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Why someone sell their trophies? The only situation that I allow this is charity...

     
  19-Dec-12, 13:03   #3
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adikumasinac 

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maybe charity maybe bankrrupt you must understand that these people do not just play poker. They are gamblers and it is very possible that in the bankruptcy because no one has won a casino. They are also betting big money in a variety of nonsense. unless exceptions smart: D Thumbs Up Thumbs Up

     
  19-Dec-12, 13:31   #4
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DaCapo71 
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He can play a hu for 2.600$ and if he win he have a bracelet and some bucks. There are a chance nearly 50:50 Big Smile Or he can play a tourney with a staking and sold shares from his bracelet... Blink

     
  19-Dec-12, 14:14   #5
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pinku135 
Joined: Sep '12
Location: India
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I dont know , sometimes why people do this !! They sell what they have earned very hardly !!

If it were me i would never sell anything which i have hard earned !!
May be he's bankrupt !!
One more thing it has no bidders yet !!! thats astonishing !!

Good luck at the tables Smile

     
  19-Dec-12, 17:20   #6
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Mober 
Joined: Mar '09
Location: Greece
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The only thing i can say here, is what pochui is mentioning.
Its melting value.
Cause as a bracelet i must say its ugly Smile It is a trophy but an ugly one.
And it looks even more silly when some is wearing it. Smile

     
  20-Dec-12, 02:40   #7
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RoninHarper 

Joined: Nov '12
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Posted by Sorin888:
A tweet from Boyd last weekend confirmed that he was selling one of his Bellagio bracelets with a meltdown gold value of $2,600.
Posting under the name "jacknames222", the listing has now caught the attention of the forum crowd prompting some less than flattering observations.
At present a total of zero bids have been placed, which means you could own a piece of poker bling for the reserve price of $1,500.


G'day mate.
I was wondering if this is something which is being done to support a charity or some kind?
If it is then I think that is kinda cool but otherwise I personally would not sell of one of my bracelets.
I mean if was i his situation and had won some of them bad boys Smile

good luck and merry xmas mates

Ronin Harper Cool

     
  20-Dec-12, 03:22   #8
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MarcWinz 

Joined: Oct '09
Location: United Kingdom
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Posted by Sorin888:
A tweet from Boyd last weekend confirmed that he was selling one of his Bellagio bracelets with a meltdown gold value of $2,600.
Posting under the name "jacknames222", the listing has now caught the attention of the forum crowd prompting some less than flattering observations.
At present a total of zero bids have been placed, which means you could own a piece of poker bling for the reserve price of $1,500.



Well I gotta say - he must be desperate or Skint !!

If I won one of them bracelets I could not imagine selling it on e-bay - he'd be better off send it to "cash for gold" least get the melt down value - 5%.......

Nutty

Anyway Gl on the tables to you all........................... Big Smile Big Smile Big Smile

     
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