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  16-Jul-13, 12:42   #1
WSOP 's toll 0 
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As the WSOP moves closer to a conclusion, the bulk of the poker community are now leaving Las Vegas after nearly two months of poker.

For some this summer has been a bountiful experience, but for others it's been a financial and psychological drain.

Indeed, for Kevin Saul this year's WSOP has left his safe looking somewhat bare.

Although the American pro cashed once this year, a tweeted photo showed the toll the WSOP can have on a player's bankroll.

While Saul was ruing the summer, Jake Cody was wishing he could "do it all over again".

Despite not winning anything significant, the British pro doesn't want his US visit to end so is now heading to Miami before jetting back to Europe for UKIPT Galway.

From there he plans to continue his balla lifestyle with a trip "back to Miami for the $10 million guarantee" then a journey across the Atlantic for "EPT Barcelona".

  16-Jul-13, 20:47   #2

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I am not being funny, but all you do every day is copy and paste articles from other websites.

This has surely got to be a scam to get points without making any effort at all.

Come on admin, the rest of us have to use our own brains to earn our points, and Sorin just copies other peoples work.

Sort it out.

  16-Jul-13, 22:19   #3

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Location: United Kingdom
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I find them interesting to read, but copying and pasting is a bit boring if you don't add your input on the matter.

Must be a hard lifestyle to be able to go to all these tournaments and have that money.

  16-Jul-13, 23:59   #4

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I wouldn't know that these are copied and pasted if it weren't for others informing me, but I guess if I pay attention to the formatting I'd realize it.

I still enjoy most of the reads, but I do find it a bit weak to not add one's own touch to the article or story.

I don't view any other sites so I wouldn't see this info. The one thing based on the topic though is, some of these poker players live like a Rockstar ay? Must be nice, but there is a difference. The Rockstar is usually making money from every show they're in where as a poker player don't.

  17-Jul-13, 05:40   #5

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Sorin's actually a renowned and highly acclaimed writer of articles in the poker community... Big Smile

I'm sure he has been awarded the highly coveted Pulitzer prize...

Hey,...ya gotta give the guy high marks for accumulating SO many Mob Points for doing next to nothing,...especially when the articles pretty much all come from the news section of BankrollMob.com

He doesn't have to go far to get the goods... Big Smile

  17-Jul-13, 05:48   #6
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Location: Romania
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Frankly i not too affected that he is doing that, i mean i would like to use just one poker site for all that is poker related, so if i can find the latest poker news here too it's okay.

As for the article what is Jake talking about a 10 mil guaranteed mtt? I ask because i never heard of it...

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